Prematurity is a serious problem that affects families all around the globe. Learning what factors influence who may be at risk of delivering too early can be a significant contribution to reducing the impact of premature birth
Today, November 17th is World Prematurity Day, and all of November is Prematurity Awareness month. According to the March of Dimes Peristats Data Center, preterm birth, defined as a baby being born before the completion of 37 weeks gestation, affects nearly 10% of pregnant people.
As you get ready to say goodbye to 2015 and welcome in a new year, in whatever fashion feels good to you (I prefer a quiet night at home, probably asleep by 10 PM, living the on-call doula life) consider taking some time out of this last day of 2015 to make a tax deductible contribution to some dese
On Monday, December 7th, Lamaze International convened 13 representatives from government and healthcare organizations to its Roundtable in Washington, D.C. to discuss the role that evidence based childbirth education has in improving childbirth outcomes. The Roundtable provided participants an oppo
November is Prematurity Awareness Month and November 17th was World Prematurity Awareness Day. This month's Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators post is about preventing prematurity, the events of late pregnancy and the importance of waiting for labor to begin on its own. As they do every year,