midwives

What is the Future of Birth? Dr. Michel Odent Speaks in Berlin

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“Our global priority should be to rediscover the primary needs of laboring women.” – Dr. Michel Odent. Finally, We are pleased to share that our friend and fellow birth keeper Camalo Gaskin of Birth to Birth is hosting Dr. Michel Odent in Berlin for Birth to Birth Talks. July 11th they will host two public […]

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Let it Pulse: The Clamp Down on A Routine Birth Practice

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Awareness about Delayed Cord Clamping is on the rise with a growing number of parents choosing this postnatal care option for their own birth plan. With major news outlets covering it- including NY post, New York Times, and more, the practice is finding it’s way into popular culture and in birth discussions. Before birth, the baby and […]

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Black History Month: Saluting Black Midwives

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All over Mama Africa, midwives were revered, adored and the backbone of entire villages. A woman was called into midwifery through a whisper from God, appointed by the community elders, chosen by an elder midwife, or moved by community need. The Grand-midwives taught the apprentice midwives the traditional rituals and rhythms of womanhood, birth, and […]

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Midwives are the new Haute Choice

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The New York Times published an article about midwives being a new trend amongst celebrity moms and models. The article suggested that the rich have taken the more natural route to deliver their babies, but it didn’t really get into what a midwife does, and the benefits to having one for those who don’t know. […]

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