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Archive »Pregnancy

Finding a Work-Life Balance

It's what parents everywhere struggle with — striking the perfect balance between work and home that gives their family the best life possible. From telecommuting to working part-time to changing careers completely, many professionals seek to shuffle their work schedules along with their priorities when little ones enter the picture.

An Incredible Merger

For many couples dealing with a situation that prevents them from carrying a pregnancy on their own, surrogacy may be a viable option for starting a family – one that has both challenges and rewards for the intended family and the surrogate herself.

Musings from the Maternity Ward

Each day, approximately 11,300 babies are born in the United States. The majority of the births take place in hospitals, leaving nurses, nurse midwives and doctors with a never-ending supply of funny, sweet and bizarre memories. In an effort to find out what happens behind the closed doors and curtains of the obstetrics ward, we asked some of Central Pennsylvania’s finest medical personnel to share their maternity moments. These are their stories.

Archive »Childbirth

Top Baby Names 2013

The most popular baby names of 2013...

Helpful feeding tips

Registered dietitian Claudia Gonzalez shares some of her most popular infant nutrition and feeding tips...

9 ways to help reduce SIDS

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome—an unexpected, unexplained, sudden death—is the leading cause of death among infants 1 month to 1 year old...

Archive »Newborn

Fatherhood: Journey of fear, destination ... love

No one ever thinks they are going to be “that guy” until they end up being that guy. For me, I never thought I’d be that dad who takes countless pictures of his child. But just weeks in, I’ve got hundreds—along with endless nicknames for my firstborn.

Common difficulties when first brining your baby home

Caring for your baby involves more than midnight feedings and diaper changes. Common skin conditions and other ailments can crop up overnight. Keep a close eye on any physical changes you notice in your newborn. This will keep your baby comfortable and healthy — and you’ll feel better, too...

Breastfeeding tied to response to baby’s cry

A new study soon-to-be published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry finds that mothers who feed their babies breast milk exclusively as opposed to formula, are more likely to bond emotionally with their child during the first few months after delivery.




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