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Human Studies Conducted in Modern China by Jim West
Male Circumcision in the USA: A Human Rights Primer by Rich Winkel
Long article on male circumcision. Contains both notabale quotes as well as medical informaion. Links are provided to both text and PDF files.
Why do Obstetricians Still Rush to Clamp the Cord?
For many years, the World Health Organization and the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics have advised against early umbilical cord clamping. But obstetricians have been reluctant to change their habits.
Writing in the British Medical Journal, Dr. David Hutchon argues:
"Clamping the functioning umbilical cord at birth is an unproved intervention. Lack of awareness of current evidence, pragmatism, and conflicting guidelines are all preventing change. To prevent further injury to babies we would be better to rush to change."Read the rest of the article here:
On placentas, stem cells and breastmilk
Hilary Butler - Sunday, November 14, 2010
The function of the placenta is an overlooked non-thought, because the medical system considers it redundant the minute a baby's head makes an appearance. Don't you think that strange, given that for nearly nine months, the placenta has provided nutrients, oxygen and... stem cells to the baby? This magnificent organ provides an amazing service, which is utterly abused, particularly when it comes to ... multipotent and lineage-committed stem cells. That the placenta contains stem cells should present no surprises to anyone. After all, where do the medical profession think stem cells come from? Thin air? Perhaps they "just appear" and are unique to, a developing embryo? Nope. Cord blood from the placenta, has been described as the baby's first natural stem cell transplant. Which is why anyone who understands placental physiology would never clamp a cord. So why do they? And we also also know that one of the consequences of immediate cord cutting, is brain ischaemia, which can cause brain damage for life.
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Nutrition Care For Children Blog
Judy Converse, MPH RD LD
Breastfeeding, or Vaccines: If You Had To, Which Would You Pick?
According to a 2007 UNICEF report, breastfeeding is the number one reason why child mortality has dropped worldwide…followed by vitamin A supplementation, and mosquito netting (Bill Gates, are you listening? The top three lifesavers for children worldwide do not include vaccines.)
Read rest of article here: http://nutritioncare.net/blog/2011/03/03/breastfeeding-vaccines-to-pick/