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WHAT IS A MIDWIFE

What is a Midwife? The term midwife, derived from the Anglo Saxon word, “mit wif”, meaning “with woman,” was first recorded in 1300. Written accounts dating to the 2nd century confirm the role of midwives in the birthing process. Midwifery … Continue reading

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Why choose homebirth?

Why Choose Homebirth? Should You Have Your Baby at Home? By David Stewart, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Association of Parents and Professionals for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth (NAPSAC) International “Today in the United States, at the end of the twentieth … Continue reading

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Delayed cord clamping

“Delayed” Cord Clamping and Stem Cells – When to Cut the Cord? What if there were a simple, free, natural way to give your baby a bit better start on the first day of life: * Improving blood counts now … Continue reading

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Using a Rebozo to Open Up The Pelvis

A picture from the midwifery today conference in Eugene Oregon of Angelina demonstrating how to use a rebozo to open up the pelvis in a difficult labor and birth via Using a Rebozo to Open Up The Pelvis.

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35 Reasons Why We Choose Homebirth

35 Reasons Why We Choose Homebirth.

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