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Does your baby have a flat spot on his or her head?
If you’ve ever seen a fresh newborn with a conehead, you know that baby’s heads are moldable. So what happens when they spend too much time lying on one part of their skulls? How do flat spots affect development, and what can you do to correct them? Michelle Emanuel is here to tell us more.

http://www.birthful.com/podcastflathead/
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We live in a toxic soup where babies are being born pre-polluted. How can you lessen your and your baby’s toxicity without feeling overwhelmed? Margaux Khoury from Birth.World tells us more.
http://www.birthful.com/podcastgreenpregnancy/

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What do you get when you harass a mother nursing in public? Well, if you are Target and the mom is Michelle Hickman, you get a 6000-person nurse-in in your stores.
Listen to increase your nursing-in-public confidence, and learn about the Breastfeeding Harassment Hot-line.
http://www.birthful.com/podcastnip/

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Nothing can prepare a person for the tragedy of losing a baby, along with the hopes and dreams of being a parent to that child. How to cope? What to expect? How to get helpful support? Amy Wright Glenn helps us to compassionately navigate this difficult reality.

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Do you consider your body a machine, an organism, or one with your mind? What about your care provider? Check out what this has to do with birth, from medical anthropologist Robbie Davis-Floyd. Go listen! http://www.birthful.com/podcastbirthmodels/

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Birth stories are shared relatively often. Breastfeeding stories less so. Maybe because they unfold in a matter of weeks and months, instead of hours and days. Maybe because they are ongoing. Needless to say, you never quite know how it’s going to go until you’re in it.
To normalize breastfeeding, we need to hear more of what it entails, and to look at its variations. Today, we are going to switch it up to do just that. Sherri Romig mother of two shares how she breastfeed her kids in very different ways. Go listen!
http://www.birthful.com/breastfeedingstory01/

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If you’re pregnant, you may be sick of the question “When are you due?”, but don't let the "due date" get in your head. The methods for calculating that date aren’t based on any current evidence. Only about 5% of babies are born on their due date, so why do we obsess? Gail Hart​ tells us more. - Go listen!

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2 in 3 women who have two or more babies have a diastasis recti –a separation between the abdominal muscles–, but why do they happen? Why are pregnant women more at risk? Can they be prevented? If you have one, how can you heal it?  Bethany Learn from Fit2B - TummySafe Fitness​ tells us more. Go listen!

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Want to birth like a rock star? Research tell us that it is actually not the specifics of a birth that can lead to a postpartum mood disorder, but rather a mom’s perceptions of those experiences. So how you FEEL about your birth experience is indeed a very big deal. What can you do to make it a good one? +motherwit doula  and +gena kirby count the ways...
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