Two Rivers High School reopening childcare program for teen parents – Standard-Examiner

OGDEN – Young parents at Two Rivers High School will soon be able attend classes knowing that their infants and toddlers are being cared for nearby. The school, in cooperation with Weber School District, is reopening an on-site childcare program at the beginning of the 2019–2020 school year. Nicole Meibos, principal at Two Rivers, anticipates… Read More

85% people say work-life balance difficult for working mothers – ecns

About 85 percent of people in a recent survey said they observed difficulties of working mothers they know in juggling their jobs with their families. The survey, released by the China Youth Daily, polled 2,012 people, about 90 percent of whom are married and 62.7 percent have their own children. More than 60 percent said… Read More

Day care on demand now, for non-working mothers too – Times of India

MUMBAI: The childcare code is being rewritten. It was always a standard metric: babies were always with stay-at-home mums, and women who worked opted for the crèche. No longer. Day care is now designed for everyone, and a battery of nonworking mums are seeing sense in opting for infant care and post-school programmes. While parking… Read More

West Norfolk baby charity providing essential items for vulnerable mothers reaches milestone – Lynn News

A group of volunteers in West Norfolk has helped their 200th new mother this week with all the essentials she and her baby both need in the first few weeks together after birth. Baby Basics offers help to women who need help and items for their newborns and who may be vulnerable; from teenagers and… Read More

Independence Day joy for mothers – Bahamas Tribune

THE mothers of the first boy and girl born on July 10 were yesterday presented with gifts as part of Princess Margaret Hospital’s annual Independence Day donation presentation. Photo: Donavan McIntosh By FARRAH JOHNSON THE mothers of the first boy and girl born on July 10 were yesterday presented with gifts as part of Princess Margaret Hospital’s… Read More

About contraceptives, consent and underserved communities — John Teo – Malay Mail

JULY 12 — I am very sad to read about the recent newspaper reports about the claims of forced contraceptives on the Orang Asli communities by a memoradum submitted to the government. It’s even more distressing to note that there were many remarks by public and healthcare professionals who regarded this issue with mixed reaction,… Read More

Researcher seeks breastfeeding mothers for Massey study – Stuff.co.nz

MASSEY UNIVERSITY Massey University researcher Lily Jia, here with 7-month-old baby Cooper, is looking for breastfeeding women to participate in a study. A Massey University researcher is looking for breastfeeding women for a study to see whether yeast supplements can affect breast milk production. Human nutrition researcher Lily Jia wants to recruit 80 breastfeeding Manawatū mothers, whose babies… Read More

Community Foundation grants support parenting program, other causes – Owen Sound Sun Times

Abby Drimmie, right, accepts two grants on behalf of the Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce Wednesday in Owen Sound. The grants were provided by the Community Foundation Grey Bruce. (Patrick Spencer/The Sun Times) “This will make a difference in the lives of young mothers,” a representative for the Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce… Read More

Mother's prayers bring 'dead' son to life – Gulf News

Photo for illustrative purposes Image Credit: Pixabay Hyderabad: In a curious case, 18-year-old Gandham Kiran was diagnosed with dengue and jaundice earlier this month. He was declared brain dead by doctors at a hospital in Hyderabad and was carted home to spend his last hours. Then, against all hope, as relatives and friends grieved and made arrangements for… Read More

Mothers Are Drowning In Stress: Here's What Can Help – KGUN

Women are struggling to be the main parent to their children and the breadwinner, and it’s a work-family conflict that has become a national crisis, according to sociologist Caitlyn Collins. As an assistant professor of sociology at Washington University, Collins studies gender inequality at work and home . According to her latest research , the… Read More