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Solutions to Common Breastfeeding Challenges

Even though breastfeeding is one of the most beautiful things a woman can do, it often comes with its challenges. One important thing to note is that every woman’s body is different, therefore some might face breastfeeding challenges while others might not. The important thing is to always be prepared

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
August 12, 2015

The Importance of Girlfriends

Girldfriends

How many friends can you call right now and ask them to accompany you to the doctor? If you can count more than five, you have a much higher chance of being healthier than most women. Often times we mistake friendship with how many Facebook friends, Twitter followers, or Reddit

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
August 4, 2015

Cord blood research continues with promising results

Cord Blood

Before you give birth, consider the value of cord blood. After a baby is born and the umbilical cord cut, some blood remains in the placenta and the portion of cord attached to it. Cord blood is one of the fastest growing sources of stem cells used in pediatric transplants,

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
July 30, 2015

Male Health Month in June and Male Infertility

With June designated as Male Health Month, it may be a good time to consider that a couple’s infertility problems are due to male infertility in about 30 % of the time. We all know that it takes one egg and one sperm to achieve a successful pregnancy. The average

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
June 2, 2015

Preventing Preterm Birth

Preterm birth is defined as delivering a baby before 37 weeks of gestation. Babies born too early are at risk for several complications that tend to be more and more serious the earlier the babies are born. Complications related to prematurity can affect all the babies’ organ systems: lung function,

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
March 18, 2015
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