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Optimal Cord Clamping & Care of the Placenta

Out now! The Birthing Room's FREE mini course "Optimal Cord Clamping & Care of the Placenta". This is such an important topic, we are GIVING AWAY this course so that no family misses out. This quick course is an essential piece of knowledge for all expectant families because:

  1. It will help your family make informed decisions about your birth
  2. Having control over decision making helps you have a more positive birth experience
  3. Optimal cord clamping improves newborn outcomes

This course is suitable to do at any stage of pregnancy. So what are you waiting for? Enroll today!

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FREE online course: Optimal Cord Clamping & Care of the Placenta

Photo credit: Human Birth Project

Photo credit: Human Birth Project

The Birthing Room's FREE online course on Optimal Cord Clamping & Care of the Placenta is almost here! Our subscribers will be the first to receive this awesome mini course next week!
 
Topics include:
-Making an informed decision about if and when to cut the umbilical cord
-Your choices about the birth of your placenta & what to do with it afterwards
-Maori tikanga (traditional practices) for iho & whenua (cord & placenta)
 
This FREE mini course includes video tutorials, PDFs, quizzes, downloadable birth plans, and videos of families sharing their own experiences. Both expectant families & health professionals are welcome to take this FREE course.
 
Please share about this course on social media and help us spread the word on this important topic.
 
And finally, make sure YOU don't miss out! Subscribe asap by clicking the link below.

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Premature Baby? Every second makes a difference

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Premature baby? Don't immediately clamp & cut the cord at birth! "Preemies have left a whopping 50% of their blood behind in the placenta. A delay in clamping of just 45sec decreases the risk of complications, including life-threatening necrotising enterocolits." -Kate Evans, Bump: How to make, grow & birth a baby