One of the keys to preventing infant mortality is with safe sleep. That is, your baby should sleep by herself, on a flat surface, and with no toys or blankets.
Breastfeeding is important because it provides a unique bond between mother and baby. It also provides immunity for the baby and is associated with a reduced risk of infant mortality.
After having a baby, many mothers have questions about how soon they can get pregnant again, their options for birth control, and how long they should wait before getting pregnant again.
Postpartum depression is more common than most people think. We think that about 15-20% of new moms experience some level of postpartum depression.