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  • Induction Methods

    Induction Methods

    Each baby arrives in their own way – some requiring induction to emerge into the world. Labor induction is a treatment that stimulates delivery. This can be accomplished through pharmaceutical or non-pharmaceutical methods. In the Western world, it is estimated that 1/4th of pregnant women have their labor medically induced.

  • Breastfeeding Diet

    Breastfeeding Diet

    As a breastfeeding mom, your nutritional needs are crucial not just for your own well-being but also for the healthy development of your baby. While there is a ton of information on pregnancy nutrition, guidance on postpartum and breastfeeding diets can be scarce.

  • Postpartum Depression: Causes and Symptoms

    Postpartum Depression: Causes and Symptoms

    Recently, there has been a significant increase in the public awareness of postpartum depression and the challenges faced by new mothers. Prominent figures like Courtney Cox, Brooke Shields, and Serena Williams have bravely shared their personal stories, encouraging other women to come forward and seek support for their mental health during the postpartum period. It…

  • Picky Eating Causes & Fixes

    Picky Eating Causes & Fixes

    What may be behind your child’s picky eating habits by the team at [Cooper](https://beta.yourcooper.com/).

  • Foods for Lactation

    Foods for Lactation

    While breastfeeding, you may notice yourself becoming hungrier than usual. Nursing puts a lot of demand on your already exhausted body. It is important to not be restrictive about your diet, but focus more on adding nutrient-dense foods to the menu.

  • We Love Little Planet

    We Love Little Planet

    Transparency and certification in a product helps parents make easy choices. It’s why we are committed to Clean at YUMI, earning the Clean Label Project Purity Award. It’s also why we’re loving Little Planet by Carter’s. But what certifications matter – and why – when it comes to your child’s food and clothing?

  • When Can Babies Sleep All Night?

    When Can Babies Sleep All Night?

    Every exhausted new parent wants to know, when will my baby (and myself) start sleeping through the night? While you may feel like a coffee fueled zombie right now, we promise a full night of zzz’s is in your future. Sleeping through the night (and those tough months of not) is important for your little…

  • What is Preeclampsia?

    What is Preeclampsia?

    What do Kim K, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, and Adriana Lima all have in common? They had preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a condition that only occurs during pregnancy, in which the expectant mother’s blood pressure increases significantly around or after the 20th week of gestation. It can affect up to 8% of births nationwide.

  • Skin to Skin Benefits

    Skin to Skin Benefits

    Skin-to-skin contact, sometimes referred to as kangaroo care, is finally getting the recognition it deserves. The old “you’ll spoil the baby if you hold it so much” has now been disproven time and time again. Skin-to-skin contact helps babies adjust to life outside the womb and supports the mother’s breastfeeding and postpartum journey.

  • Gestational Diabetes Diet

    Gestational Diabetes Diet

    Gestational diabetes is elevated blood sugar that can develop during pregnancy. It is diagnosed by a blood test done around 24-28 weeks pregnant. It is one of the most common pregnancy complications, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

  • What is Inflammation?

    What is Inflammation?

    Inflammation plays an important role in healing, but if left to run wild, it can wreak havoc on your body. Odds are if you are experiencing physical discomfort, inflammation is to blame. It can affect almost every function of the body.

  • The 4 Stages of Labor

    The 4 Stages of Labor

    As you prepare for labor by nesting, packing a hospital bag, and getting as much rest as possible – you may be wondering what you can expect once labor actually begins. When we think of giving birth, our idea of what is coming is often skewed by representations in the media. Childbirth in movies is…

  • Pregnancy Foods: Dos & Don’ts

    Pregnancy Foods: Dos & Don’ts

    Pregnancy can be a confusing time when it comes to nutrition. Your regular go-to healthy foods, salads and sandwiches may be off the menu due to listeria concerns. It is no secret that nutritious foods are important for both mom and baby’s health, but where do you even start? Below are the Dos and Don’ts…

  • Postpartum Preparation

    Postpartum Preparation

    Preparing for a new baby can be overwhelming. Often, when thinking about your new bundle of joy, your needs can become an afterthought. Therefore, we recommend setting yourself up for postpartum and building a support system before baby arrives. Postpartum nutrition, mental health, lactation, exercise, and physical therapy are all things that may need to…

  • Foods for Morning Sickness

    Foods for Morning Sickness

    If you experience nausea during pregnancy, odds are it doesn’t just occur in the morning. Nausea is extremely common and occurs in 75% of pregnancies. Whether it leads you to vomit or not, pregnancy nausea can completely disrupt your day-to-day life. While the exact cause is unknown, it is likely that the nausea has something…

  • Pregnancy & Iron Deficiency

    Pregnancy & Iron Deficiency

    [Halle Tecco](https://www.google.com/url?q=https://natalist.com/blogs/learn/meet-halle-tecco&sa=D&source=docs&ust=1655855382294176&usg=AOvVaw085ygz6TQGdHnD6T32A6Yu), Founder and CEO of [Natalist](https://natalist.com/), on pregnancy and iron-deficiency.

  • Signs of Labor

    Signs of Labor

    The day you meet your baby is fast approaching and you have also done a lot of work to get here. Dealing with food aversions, nausea, restless nights, and a finicky bladder was just the tip of the iceberg. But now it is almost over, and with your hospital bag packed and your birth location…

  • Stress Reducing Foods

    Stress Reducing Foods

    Eating healthy whole foods isn’t only good for your body, it is good for your mind as well. Consuming a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and protein nourishes the brain and protects it from oxidative stress.

  • Breastfeeding Problems: What You Might Encounter

    Breastfeeding Problems: What You Might Encounter

    Breastfeeding is beneficial for both baby and mom, but it also comes with its own unique challenges. According to a study by the American Academy of Pediatrics, 92% of breastfeeding mothers said they were having problems breastfeeding three days after giving birth. The most predominant reasons being difficulty getting the baby to feed from the…

  • Poop Pantone

    Poop Pantone

    Know what the color means