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Aoife McGrath 19h
Exciting news! Scholarship for a PhD researcher to join my Dance and the Maternal project. Fully-funded for eligible UK candidates(fees-only for EU). Co-supervision from the amazing See👇for details. Let's make better
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Dr Ifunanya Igweze Jul 29
Advising a friend. Me: You need to save money for cesarean section now that your wife is pregnant. My friend: 😏😳why? Me: Because CS money will cover for vaginal delivery but vaginal delivery money cannot cover for CS in case of emergency. Be prepared.
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Rozina Karmaliani 24h
Join experts in & from & abroad on a webinar on Aug 7 at 4 pm to advocate as a healthy, environmentally safe practice. Details:
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Ryc Aquino 👩🏽‍🦱 Aug 3
Interested in and ? Here’s a funded opportunity with me, & to develop culturally-appropriate maternity care pathways for Black women in the UK:
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General Health Advocacy Aug 2
It's World Breastfeeding Week! 🤱🏽🤱🏼🤱🤱🏿 ...Give parents all the support they need to give the child the best start in life. Click here to learn more :
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NJPreterm 20h
Join us Tomorrow at 2PM for "Q&A: Pregnancy and Premature Birth". Ask questions and receive knowledgeable answers from these dynamic physicians committed to improving and preventing in NJ! Click the link to register:
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Improving Maternal Health Jul 31
"I pledge to remain steadfast in promoting the use of standardized, evidence-based care when treating our nation’s expectant mothers because exceptional and quality healthcare should be agnostic of race, creed, color or socioeconomic status." ~Kimberly Williams
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OVUM Hospitals Aug 1
Mothers who breastfeed recover from childbirth more quickly and easily. The hormone oxytocin, released during breastfeeding, acts to return the uterus to its regular size more quickly and can reduce postpartum bleeding.
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Stan Focus Aug 1
Also Pregnant women are at high risk of Anaemia, that there should be regular check up of HAEMOGLOBIN Level(Hb level) for earlier intervention to prevent both maternal & foetal complications.
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Minority Health 21h
TODAY at 2 pm ET join the Region 8 webinar to learn how to advance in racial and ethnic minority families through and support. Register now:
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The ObG Project Aug 2
Should you always treat a fever during labor? Which antibiotics should be used? We summarize the latest recommendations
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Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters 58m
Misconceptions and harmful traditional practices were found to exist among the families in the teagardens, restricting them from accessing quality health care. Read more:
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Bump2BabyandMe Jul 30
"What Healthcare Professionals Think of Nutrition & Diet Apps: An International Survey" in from researchers . Timely research for us as the trial of our health coaching app will begin soon! via
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RhoNaFlo Foundation 10h
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First 1000 Days Aug 1
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Tolaya Geredine, MA, LCPC Aug 2
As a working, breastfeeding mom, I totally support this agenda!
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Dell Medical School 18h
Join an important conversation on disparities in central Texas happening 8/5 at 10am. Examine recent studies and explore paths to action feat. women's health advocates. Register for free:
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D-Rev 10h
It’s ! Did you know that breastfeeding can prevent an astonishing 13% of under-5 child deaths? All week long, we’ll be sharing more information on the life-saving benefits of breastfeeding for mothers and children.
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Alimatu Dimonekene 🇸🇱 24h
Don’t miss your place at this amazing event. Let’s Talk with Expert Dr ⁦⁩ hosted by ⁦⁩ and myself on Friday. Last week we spoke with over 20 Doulas and many expected to join us. matters matters
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Rachel Manuel Bruns 11h
It can be difficult to to find a supportive environment for VBAC in . This webinar on 8/10 will review the evidence and share a recent study of which hospitals in Iowa offer a Trial of Labor After Cesarean(s).
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