Tag: physiology

Pronurturance Plus … great food for thought

As a long-time fan of physiological, unmedicated placental birth (where appropriate, of course), I’m always happy to see papers which explore the value of this and the ways in which we can facilitate women’s and babies’ health and well-being at…

Quote of the month for January 2015

“Overall, consistent and coherent evidence from physiologic understandings and human and animal studies finds that that the innate, hormonal physiology of mothers and babies—when promoted, supported, and protected—has significant benefits for both in childbearing, and likely into the future, by…