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In this second episode of the Evidence Based Birth® podcast, Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, shares the true definition of evidence based care, and talks about the different kind of evidence you can read about your birth options.
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Does Waterbirth alter the Newborn’s Microbiome?

Does Waterbirth alter the Newborn’s Microbiome?

Welcome to the first Evidence Based Birth® Q & A Video! Today's video is all about waterbirth and the newborn's microbiome. You can read our disclaimer and terms of use. You will learn: How much research do we have on the microbiome and waterbirth? What does...

Evidence on: Pregnancy at Age 35 and Older

Evidence on: Pregnancy at Age 35 and Older

Advanced Maternal Age, or Pregnancy at Age 35 or Older People who are pregnant at age 35 or older are often referred to as “advanced maternal age.” They may be told that they should have a labor induction or C-section at 39 weeks, solely because of their age, but is this evidence-based?

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