• A Preemie Primer
    In birthing a premature infant or “preemie,” Erica joined the increasing number of women – about 10 percent – whose pregnancies end prematurely.
  • The Rise of Nitrous Oxide for Labor and Delivery
    Now a few Dallas-Fort Worth hospitals and birthing centers are at the forefront of the gas’ U.S. comeback, offering nitrous oxide to laboring moms to ease the pain of labor.
  • Normal Infant Crying
    A new program aims to educate frustrated parents about infant crying – because yes, lots of crying is normal, and no, you’re not a bad parent.
  • Breastfeeding Tips
    Local lactation consultant addresses your breastfeeding concerns.
  • Morning Sickness
    What causes morning sickness? And how can you make it go away? Read these tips from a doctor and a doula for combatting nausea during pregnancy.
  • What You Need to Know about Preeclampsia
  • A Midwife Tells All
    Certified nurse-midwife Amy Giles answers our questions on the ancient practice and what being a midwife means to her
  • Placenta Encapsulation
    Inspired by Eastern traditions of consuming the placenta, Western moms are claiming ownership of what once was a fringe movement and finding benefits along the way.
  • Help for Head Symmetry
  • Battling CDH
    Facing a very slim chance for survival, baby Audrey, born with congenital diaphragmatic hernia, overcomes all the odds.
  • The Lowdown on Hypnosis for Birth
    Hypnosis for birth involves deep, self-induced meditation used to negate anxiety, fear, unnecessary outside stimuli and, for many moms, pain.

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