Midwifery Today, Issue 116, Winter 2015


Theme: Newborns

The theme of Newborns seems like the perfect way to end 2015 and begin 2016. As midwives, doulas, nurses and birthworkers, our goal is to support birth in the best way possible, with the end result being a healthy mother and a healthy baby. This issue of Midwifery Today magazine is dedicated to all newborns, and it is filled with great wisdom from experienced doctors, midwives and doulas, including Michel Odent, Gail Hart, Fernando Molina, Robin Lim and Mary Esther Malloy. May every human on Earth have the chance to be born with safety, gentleness and, when necessary, the best technology available.

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Midwifery Today

Issue 116, Winter 2015


  • Poetry
  • From the Editor
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message
  • Media Reviews
  • Discussions
  • Classified Advertising
  • Photo Album


  • The Newly Born: Gazing and Human Development—Sister MorningStar
  • The Necessary Question of Infants’ Human Rights at Birth: Are There Vampires in the Birth Rooms?—Robin Lim
  • Twenty-plus Years of Infant Craniosacral Therapy Practice—Carol Gray
  • Rings, Lines, Folds and Other Old-time Tools to Assess Dilation—Gail Hart
  • Newborn Stories—Mary Cooper
  • Stress Deprivation in the Perinatal Period—Michel Odent
  • The Birth of LilyAnn’s Sister—Nancy Halseide
  • Babysafe Mode: Getting Smarter about Smart Technology and Pregnancy—Mary Esther Malloy
  • Reclaiming Birth within Community—Sister MorningStar
  • Safe Use of Herbs during Pregnancy and Lactation—Susun S. Weed
  • Bosom Buddies—Marlene Waechter
  • Louise Bourgeois Boursier (1563–1636): Royal Midwife of Renaissance France—Jane Beal
  • Essential Oils for Prenatal Nausea and Digestion—Stephanie Pearson
  • Learning from CASA: A Global Model Worth Repeating—Kay Sandberg and Shane Carnahan
  • Homebirth and Trisomy 18—Dianna Vagianos Armentrout
  • Early Child Development: Setting the Basis for Effective Communication with Your Unborn Child—Fernando Molina
  • From Heaven into My Hands—Marlene Waechter
  • Babies—Thea Van Tuyl and Mirjam de Keijzer
  • The Natural and Undisturbed Newborn—Diane Goslin
  • One Small but Feisty Package—Mary Cooper

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