Preventing Osteoporosis

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 by Justine Deputy in TBC News

Osteoporosis is a medical condition where a person’s bones become brittle and weak. Most commonly found in women over the age of 40, it is important to know just what healthy lifestyle factors can prevent you from developing osteoporosis. The following link includes the Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health’s article describing what you can do to prevent osteoporosis. It is also recommended you discuss any questions or concerns with your care provider at your next visit.

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Postpartum Snack Hacks

11/15/2017 in Birth and Postpartum

by Justine Deputy, RN, MSN Photo Credit: Nicole Dimotsis of Femina Photo & Design When you have a new baby life is hectic. There are so many things to juggle especially after your partner goes back to work. One of the most important things is... Read article

Early Labor Tips, Tricks, and Recommendations

11/15/2017 in TBC News

by Justine Deputy, RN, MSN Photo Credit: Mary Brownlee So you are in labor! Now what? It is recommended mamas come in when they are in active labor. But before active labor you still experience contractions and need to navigate that time period. Contractions during early... Read article

Mindfulness Goes Hand in Hand with Nature

11/1/2017 in GYN

by Anna Marie Trotman This is my favorite time of year where I’m ever more aware that in nature things are shifting and changing. It’s even more apparent when I’m being mindful of my surroundings.  Just as a formal mindfulness practice is nourishing in many... Read article

Decreasing Stress This Holiday Season

11/1/2017 in Birth and Postpartum

by Justine Deputy, RN, MSN With the holiday season coming up there is so much going on that we are invited to, that we want to take our little ones to, or maybe something that we just want to do. It can be a crazy…

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Ella, Our Miracle Baby

11/1/2017 in Birth and Postpartum

by Liz Kim, Birth Center Mama When you’re in your 20s, no one tells you that you ought to consider your fertility as you dutifully take the pill and try to avoid getting pregnant at all costs. This is especially the case if, like me, you’re…

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When a Friend or Relative Experiences Loss

10/15/2017 in Birth and Postpartum, GYN

by Siné Stabosz, Birth Center Mama “When a child loses his parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their child, there isn’t a word to describe them. This month…

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