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The shape of a mother’s birth canal is a tug-of-war between two opposing evolutionary forces: It needs to be wide enough to allow our big-brained babies to pass through, yet narrow enough to allow women to walk efficiently. The evolutionary compromise- commonly referred to as "Obstetrical Dilemma" is anything but close to the truth.

Postpartum and Breathing

Postpartum and Breathing

Women experience a lot of postpartum problems; some are more serious than others. Each of the problems has distinct symptoms, and some have two or more traits in common. Most of the problems are linked to each other, and also to what your routine life was before and during pregnancy.The best time to work on postpartum health is during your pregnancy. Why? Because when you have your little bundle of joy in your arms, you may not be able to focus well on your own needs. Preparing a plan and working on your well-being should start well ahead of delivering your baby.

Pregnancy Care Through Better Breathing

  Pregnancy can be one of the most beautiful phases in a woman’s life. The growing bump is a wonderful sight to see! A mother-to-be...

Caesarean Delivery Increases Infant Health Poblemss

The risk of late preterm birth C-sections may contribute to the growing number of babies who are born "late preterm," between 34 and 36 weeks gestation....

How Does Clothing Help Cause Weight Gain and Breast Cancer? 

 Much of the clothing of a large segment of western culture is primarily designed for slouchers and egos, not fully alive and breathing bodies. Belts,...

Mammogram Dangers and Safe Alternatives

Cancer screening too often harmful or terribly missleading Popular Science PDF "I recently saw a bumper sticker that said, "Save the Ta- tas." Believe me... I'm...