pregnancy

10 Things to Know about Postpartum Depression + Anxiety

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The most common complication of pregnancy is under-diagnosed and under treated. “Just under 4 million women will give birth in the United States this year (2017).*  Of that number of new mothers, nearly 20 percent, will experience some degree of postpartum depression.  “This depression is the most common complication of pregnancy. Yet many new mothers […]

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7 Simple Steps to Handle Any Parenting Situation

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Stephanie O’Leary, Psy.D., a Clinical Psychologist specializing in Neuropsychology, today released “Parenting in the Real World: The Rules Have Changed. Drop The Guilt. Handle any Parenting Situation in 7 Simple Steps.” The new book is not the typical parenting how-to manual. Instead, Dr. O’Leary delivers no-nonsense, effective tools using a refreshing, conversational style that will have […]

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Midwife Shares Top 10 Tips for a Positive Birth

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Tracy Donegan is a Midwife, “positive birth expert”, emotional wellness specialist, author and Founder of GentleBirth – www.gentlebirth.com – an increasingly popular birth preparation program experienced through the GentleBirth App and at live workshops around the world. Donegan brought her positive birthing expertise and GentleBirth business model all the way from Dublin, Ireland to Silicon Valley two years […]

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5 Facts We Haven’t Heard from The Gluten-Free Industry

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Gluten-free product sales are expected to be as high as 15.6 billion by the end of 2016, and with 28 percent of Americans cutting back on bread, it seems a new dietary trend is upon us. Gluten-free is in and bread is out, but such dietary trends are often fads. Take the cholesterol-free era, for […]

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5 Ways to Survive the Holidays When Dealing with Infertility

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It’s the holiday season. Decorations everywhere you look in stores, endless Christmas music on the radio and commercials intended to warm your heart that are focused on family, and holiday gatherings. However, if you are coping with infertility, these things can trigger sadness and depression during times of happiness. What can be equally draining are the holiday events and […]

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