Expectant moms and dads are full of questions: What should I be eating? What sorts of tests should I have to make sure the baby is okay? How should we prepare for the newborn’s arrival? …And many, many more. Try to relax, take it one day at a time – enjoy this amazing process – and peruse the lists below for answers to your questions.
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Dr. Greene at TEDxBrussels on TICC TOCC – Transitioning Immediate Cord Clamping To Optimal Cord Clamping
Immediate cord clamping, made popular in 1913, results in up to 10x the risk of developing iron deficiency anemia. There has been a movement to end immediate cord clamping that is known as delayed cor ...