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    Keeping the Bun in the Oven
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    Sarah McMoyler, RN posted:
    I had a long conversation with a recent graduate of McMoyler Method, who is now on bed rest, trying to eek out two more weeks before she delivers her first baby. While it is true that science and technology can provide an amazing " womb with a view" in the Intensive Care Nursery, nothing can completely replace the uterine environment for fetal development.

    The March of Dimes recent campaign; 'Think 39 weeks!' encourages waiting to deliver babies; positively affecting babies overall health (including dropping the infant mortality rate by 12%)

    To read the entire March of Dimes initiative: http://www.marchofdimes.com/pregnancy/getready_atleast39weeks.html

    Sarah McMoyler RN
    www.mcmoylermethod.com
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