Self-care Tips and Info for New Moms from Texas Health Resources

May 11, 2011 by  
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Helpful information and tips for women who have just delivered their first baby. There’s a new life in your life, with all the joys and challenges that brings. Texas Health Resources wants to help you approach them with as much confidence and comfort as possible. On behalf of the physicians on the medical staff and the nurses from the postpartum unit, nursery and lactation department, congratulations and welcome to a new and exciting world for you, your baby, and your family. The information presented here is general in nature. If your OB/GYN or Pediatrician has given you other instructions, please follow the advice of your physician. The information in this video covers: -Postpartum Period -Changes to Birth Canal -Menstrual Cycle -Bowel Movements -Hemorrhoids -Episiotomy Care -Cesarean Birth Care -Activities -Swelling -Feeding Baby -Baby Blues and Postpartum Depression -The New Dad -When to Call your OB From the moment your first baby is born, life changes forever. During the postpartum period, don’t be shy about seeking help if you have a question or problem. While no amount of study and practice can guarantee you’re ready for parenthood, the more knowledge you have, the more likely you will enter this new chapter in our life with a confident and positive outlook. www.TexasHealth.org 1-877-THR-WELL

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UNICEF: “Women Deliver 2010” addresses maternal health and child survival

April 6, 2011 by  
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www.unicef.org NEW YORK, 4 June 2010 — UNICEF and other international leaders in maternal health and child survival will meet in Washington, DC next week to accelerate a global campaign aimed at reducing deaths of pregnant women and young children. Participants in the ‘Women Deliver 2010’ conference will seek more such commitments, with a focus on political, economic, cultural and technological solutions to the crisis in maternal and newborn health. UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake will join delegates in emphasizing that the Millennium Development Goals can be met only by investing in women — and that the 2015 deadline for the MDGs is achievable if funds are committed. MDG 5 calls for reducing the maternal mortality ratio by three-quarters by the 2015 target date, while MDG 4 aims to reduce under-five mortality by two-thirds. If current trends continue, however, the 68 countries covered in ‘Countdown to 2015’ will face a billion gap in funding for the maternal, newborn and child-health interventions needed to meet these goals.

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