Childbirth education classes are about getting reliable information, understanding the birth process, avoiding unnecessary interventions, understanding the hospital environment, involving the partner, alleviating fear and avoiding a cesarean, to name just a few benefits.
There is groundbreaking new research that’s changing the way allergists look at childhood food allergy prevention. Unfortunately 1 in 13 children in the US now suffer from a food allergy. Thankfully, findings from these recent landmark studies have shown us that a baby’s risk of developing common food allergies can be reduced by up to 80% through early and frequent exposure to allergenic foods.
I've worked with MANY families and babies, which is my favorite!! I love making families feel at ease and comfortable in front of my lens while capturing priceless moments they can cherish for years to come!
In light of Hurricane Florence, we asked our in-house IBCLC Barbara Zimmerman, for her advice on what breastfeeding moms can do to protect their milk during severe storms or in the event of power outage and evacuations.