Midwifery Today Issue 87

Issue 87

Autumn 2008

Midwifery Today Issue 128Theme: Natural Remedies

With technology and pharmaceutical remedies having taken over birth, natural remedies are often forgotten. In this issue we share a variety of natural remedies that can help make birth better. Included are herbs, chiropractic, humor, naturopathy, homeopathy and massage. As an added bonus, this issue also contains a thought-provoking article by Michel Odent on the origins of the language of birth and the negative impact such words can have on women.


Michele Anderson, of Pinkle Toes Photography, creates images that are spontaneous, fresh and full of life. She loves watching how moms, dads, newborns and children interact in their families, and uses beautiful light, bold colors and deep contrasts to highlight those incredible moments. Her portfolio and recent works can be found at www.pinkletoes.com.

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Columns

  • Poetry: Where Do Babies Come From—Amanda Bird
  • From the Editor: The Power Belongs to MotherbabyJan Tritten
    While herbs and other remedies have their use in pregnancy, we need to remember that it’s the women and their babies who actually do the birthing.
  • Networking
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message: Natural Healing—Marion Toepke McLean
    Marion discusses three common herbs that are useful in childbirth.
  • Media Reviews
  • News
  • Classified Advertising
  • Calendar
  • Photo Album

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