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Archive for May 2014

Tummy Time’s Role in Boosting Baby’s Development

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

by Gena Rieger Marketing Associate, Pathways.org You probably know one of the best things you can do for your health is to exercise regularly, but did you know the same goes for your baby? Fortunately, you don’t need to invest in any gym memberships to help your little one meet her developmental milestones—all you need…  read more >>


Child Vehicular Heatstroke: A Mother’s Story

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

by Kristie C. Reeves-Cavaliero, Pharm.D Founder, Ray Ray’s Pledge “Forgotten backseat baby” syndrome. Child vehicular heatstroke. Did you ever hear these phrases in your parenting classes? Your hospital discharge counseling after you had your baby? Your pediatrician well-child visits? Nope? I never heard about it either, until after I lived the devastation first-hand. Why is…  read more >>


Maternal Mental Health: An Advocate’s Call-to-Action

Friday, May 9th, 2014

by Katherine Stone Founder, Postpartum Progress Postpartum depression (PPD) is real. It doesn’t go away with a 10-day course of antibiotics. It doesn’t reward those who exercise the best, or eat the best or pray the best. It’s not a thing that wanders off without incident when it gets bored with you eventually. Moms don’t…  read more >>