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The familiarity the baby has with the sound of their voices, but significantly in combination with that song, provides a point of comfort once they are born.
An evaluation of the quality of advice given by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists concludes that “one third of the recommendations put forth by the College in its practice bulletins are based on good and consistent scientific evidence.” The remaining two thirds are divided almost equally between ‘limited or inconsistent evidence’ or ‘consensus and opinion’.
Home Birth Canterbury is offering our Professional Members a chance to take part in a Michel Odent workshop in either Wellington or Auckland on 14 or 15 May respectively. This special offer includes your ticket for the workshop and your…
The new guidance from NICE is refreshing, but many attitudes are still stale and outdated, writes Milli Hill
Time lapse video of 9 months in the life of a family during pregnancy
Our Labour weekend events were well attended. Here is a recap of the events. We had so much fun organising these events, that this may turn into an Annual event!
Another lot of posters ready for our two events this long weekend: Sunday 26 October 2pm – 4pm: Family Fun & Afternoon Tea (magician, bouncy castle, coffee cart and so much more!) Monday 27 October 19:30pm (doors open 19:15): Microbirth…
We have a fantastic event planned for you all on Sunday 26th October from 2pm at the Christchurch Rudolf Steiner School. Come and join us for lots of fun! For the kids (and big kids!) there will be: face painting…