Mandy Major’s Mission is to Normalize Doulas

As women and mothers, we often overlook the value of support. Our society is set up to teach you how to read, write, and do math. But it seems as though life lessons must always be learned on our own. That’s where doulas come in.  November is Family Caregivers Month and we felt this was […]

A Sober Pregnancy – Part I

“It takes what it takes,” they like to say in the rooms of recovery, a place I never thought I would find myself about half way through my first trimester.

A Sober Pregnancy – Part II

It’s hard to believe I reconciled this self defeating strategy. I was married now and for the first time had something I really cared about that I didn’t want to lose.

A Sober Pregnancy – Part III

It’s hard to believe I reconciled this self defeating strategy. I was married now and for the first time had something I really cared about that I didn’t want to lose.

Nutrient Deficiencies in Pregnancy

As a registered dietitian working in a OB practice, I see countless women during their pregnancies referred to me for various nutrient deficiencies that arise during the nine months.

Rethinking Food

To tell you the truth, during the course of writing and thinking about writing this, I have many times wished that I had chosen a less loaded topic!

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