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The Birthkit Issue Number 46 (Summer 2005)|
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*The Homebirth of Ivy Margaret. Rachel Parkinson shares the homebirth of her second daughter.
*Unity in Midwifery. Associate Editor Jill Cohen reports on the successful 2005 Midwifery Today Conference in Eugene, Oregon.
*Whole-Food Supplements: The Prenatal Vitamin Option. Are vitamins necessary for adequate nutrition during pregnancy? Licensed Midwife Gerri L. Ryan discusses ways to get all the nutrition needed from whole foods.
*Growing a Baby: Diet and Nutrition in Pregnancy. Eating right can also mean eating a variety of interesting foods. Learn what you need and why in this great article by Darynee Blount.
*Vegan Pregnancy Diet. Eating a vegan diet can be a challenge, even if you are not pregnant. Mindy Goorchenko describes how she stayed healthy as a vegan during her pregnancy.
*Herbs for Postpartum Perineum Care: Part One. In the US, 35 out of 100 women who give birth have an episiotomy. This article provides information on herbal methods to assist in healing of these and other perineal injuries.
*Midwifing Emotions. Good midwifery involves much more than just helping to deliver babies. Mother and midwife Dinah Warranch shares some helpful tools for supporting the creative and emotional sides that women may express during their relationships with pregnant women.
*Fear vs. Intuition. Midwife Lydi Owen writes about the importance of tuning in to our intuitive side.
*Universal Mother. A poem by Jennifer VanBuren.
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