Search

Women’s Health Today

Praeclarus Press: Excellence in Women's Health

A-Z Praeclarus Books

An alphabetical list of Praeclarus Press books with links.

Featured post

Welcome to Women’s Health Today

Introduction to Women's Health Today from Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA.

Featured post

Multiple Sclerosis and the Impact of Breastfeeding

Current research suggests breastfeeding lowers a mother's risk of developing multiple sclerosis and of having a relapse postpartum.

Advertisements

The Breastfeeding Atlas: Why Images Matter

Barbara Wilson-Clay increasing the library of images in public health.

Endometriosis and Breastfeeding

A lack of awareness exists over this gynecologic disorder and a recent study discovered breastfeeding is linked to a reduced risk for endometriosis.

Promoting Breastfeeding as An Experience

Expert in nutrition and infant feeding Ted Greiner shares his provocative perspective.

Your Own Theater of Healing

Step-by-step exercises to act your way to success.

This Century Belongs to Breastfeeding

International public health commentator James Akre invites support for Mother Nature.

Ten Tips for Your Birth Plan

You have a lot of choices.

A Sad Reason for 10 Minutes of Fame

Ten percent is usually the upper acceptable limit of weight loss in the first days of life.

The Fourth Trimester or First 3 Months Following Birth

Subverting the expectations of our current birthing culture or observing the mother's sovereignty?

The Mother in the Tilt-a-Whirl Bed

I’ve seen so few mothers die after birth, I’m probably overly optimistic that this mother will survive.

Overcoming Postpartum Psychosis

The most serious mental illness related to childbearing.

Kiss Me! In Defence of Children

An incident in this popular pediatrician's clinic brought home to him the extent of his power.

Our Perverse Approach to Breastfeeding: Historic Proportions

James Akre finds a startling parallel of historic proportions.

Surviving Bereavement: 7 steps to help you on your journey

They tell us it’s messy, exhausting and can feel like it’s happening to someone else.

DONA International’s review of Battling Over Birth

Sharon Muza reviews Battling Over Birth.

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: