Induction – Part One: The What and How
This blog post is the first of two parts written with the intention to educate expectant parents about induction, its impact, and the increa
The Changing Face of Birth
There was a time, not so very long ago (early 1900’s), when the majority of pregnant women in North America gave birth at home, attended...
Birthing Naturally– What's in it for You and Baby?
Some women choose to give birth naturally because they love the challenge. Others find great satisfaction in working hard and “getting the j
Choosing Your Maternity Care Provider
Midwives are experts in normal physiologic birth. They train for four years within the School of Medicine to learn how to care for low risk,
Informed Choice and Decision Making for GBS (Group B Strep) in Pregnancy and Birth
At issue is the lack of improvement in GBS statistics after the introduction of the "screen and treat" protocol over almost 15 yea