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Is Research on Medications In Mothers’ Breast Milk Finding Answers?

How can researchers get valid data on the safe use of medications for use during lactation?

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A Crisis in Confidence: Why Do More Pediatricians Believe Breastfeeding Will Fail?

Ominous findings when health care providers’ beliefs have a tremendous impact on patients.

Attitude Matters. Study Shows Surprising Ways to Influence Breastfeeding Experiences

Research measures health care providers on the Breastfeeding Attitude Scale.

What’s the Link Between Cigarette Addiction and Alcohol Addiction

The Recovery Village examines the link between cigarette addiction and alcohol addiction How many smokers also drink alcohol?  There is a direct link between cigarette addiction and alcohol addiction. There have been a number of studies done to confirm that... Continue Reading →

Cleansing Customs To Protect New Mothers: A Cultural Right or Burden?

What is the significance of adapting or dismissing traditional postpartum cleansing rituals?

What’s in The Red Box and How Is It Keeping Girls In School?

A simple no frills scheme to meet need with minimal fuss.

Browse the Shelves: Our books, blog, and special offers

See available discounts and what's in the library and archives.

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Bone Health in Pregnancy, Breastfeeding and Menopause

While pregnancy and lactation are proposed as two risk factors for osteoporosis in later life, the studies do not support the hypothesis.

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.

Kiss Me! In Defence of Children

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

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.

A-Z Praeclarus Books

An alphabetical list of Praeclarus Press books with links.

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Black History Month

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA says, "I’m often asked why we need to highlight health issues among African-Americans."

Dry Eyes in Menopause: Something to Cry About

Dry Eye Disease is an underrecognized trouble in perimenopausal and menopausal women.

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