Midwifery Today

Issue 101, Spring 2012

Midwifery Today Issue 101

Theme: Breastfeeding

The breastfeeding relationship can be riddled with all sorts of emotions. From incorrect information regarding milk supply to the delicate balance of hormones including oxytocin, this stage in a woman’s life can be emotional, challenging, beautiful, uncomfortable, blissful, rewarding, and sometimes controversial. In this issue of Midwifery Today, you will share in the emotions of some of the personal breastfeeding stories as well as gain insight into the difficult situations of incarcerated mothers, the birthing conditions in Darfur, Sudan, the process of breast milk sharing and other interesting topics written by our contributors. Enjoy!

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International Midwife

  • Breastfeeding and Newborn Survival—Amanda Penwell
  • Midwifery in Toraja, Indonesia—Toke Hoppenbrouwers
  • Not in Kansas Anymore: An Unexpected Birth in Sudan—Ramona Denk
  • A Buddy Near the Crib: Perinatal Coaching for Underprivileged Families—Annemarie Hoogewys
  • Cards & Letters

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