Sunday , 21 January 2018

Pregnancy & Birth

Want to Hear Your Baby’s Heartbeat at Home? There’s an App for That

A new app will let you hear your baby’s heartbeat whenever you want. Here’s how the amazing technology works. If you’ve ever found yourself going about your daily routine and desperately wishing you could hear your baby’s heartbeat, you’ll want to download this app. Nothing can compare to that moment when you first hear that heartbeat at your doctor’s office, …

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Science Says Pregnancy Changes Women’s Brains — Women Everywhere Say ‘No Sh*t’

A new study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience shows that pregnancy reduces certain areas of our brain’s gray matter. It looks like the areas being reduced probably affect how a pregnant woman interprets the actions, intentions, and feelings of others — and these symptoms can last up to two years.  And to that I say, well, no shit, science. New mothers are so focused on keeping …

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‘Fed is Best’: Photo series highlights the beautiful ways moms feed their babies

Photographer Mikaela Bodkin believes that when it comes to baby feeding, what’s important is that moms and babies are happy and healthy — not whether they choose to breast or bottle feed their infants. In her photo series, “Fed is Best,” Bodkin shows images of women feeding their babies in a variety of ways, from breastfeeding to exclusively pumping breastmilk. “There’s a …

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This Mom Battled Cancer While Pregnant And Her Photos Are So Inspirational

These photos of a woman who battled breast cancer through her pregnancy are raw, amazing and proof that women are capable of anything. Kimi Maxwell was pregnant for the second time when she received a devastating diagnosis: She had cancer. But she wasn’t about to let that define her experience: Maxwell fought hard throughout her pregnancy. Many cancer patients are faced with …

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Transgender man shares his joy after giving birth to a baby son with his gay husband after suffering a devastating miscarriage last year

A transgender Oregon man is overjoyed after giving birth to his first biological child this month. Trystan Reese, 34, was born a girl — but despite beginning hormone therapy a decade ago, he has kept his ‘original parts’, enabling him to get pregnant. Now, after experiencing the heartbreak of a miscarriage last year, he and his husband Biff Chaplow have finally …

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