RTE are urging the public to share the love for their mammy this Mother's Day amid the Covid-19 crisis – The Irish Sun

RTE have promised they will make this Mother’s Day an extra special day for all the mammies out there amid the Covid-19 crisis. Social distancing is critical at the moment and with so many of our loved traditions now taking on a virtual life, the RTE are asking the public to use the hashtag #RTELoveOurMammies,… Read More

Postpartum Anxiety Is an Epidemic Among American Mothers. Why Does It So Often Go Undiagnosed? – TIME

As a new mother, I worried about mouse poop in the small cabin where I lived. About fracking chemicals in the water. About glyphosate in the oatmeal. About flame retardants in pajamas. About phthalates in toys. Although it constantly overwhelmed me, I thought my anxiety was normal, even necessary. After all, it was my job… Read More

The Truth review – mothers, memory and an imperious Catherine Deneuve – The Guardian

The title is a deadpan challenge, and it is up to us to decide where exactly this movie and its characters live in the disputed territory around truth, untruth, near-truth: the comforting fiction that we all create around what we remember of our lives. This is the first non-Japanese-language film from auteur Hirokazu Kore-eda (Palme… Read More

Banner Health Implementing New Visitor Restrictions – North Forty News

Restrictions to go into effect 7 a.m. on Thursday, March 19, at all Banner hospitals To create a safe and secure environment for our patients and our health care workers during the COVID-19 outbreak, visitors will no longer be allowed in Banner hospitals starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, March 19. We understand this will… Read More

Pregnant mum on 'confusing' coronavirus advice as teacher says school will support families – Gazette Live

A pregnant Stockton mum says women like her “need answers” following the Government’s “confusing” coronavirus guidance for schools. Women who are pregnant have now been included on the high-risk list. But Samantha Thompson says she can’t practice social distancing, stay at home and avoid mass gatherings – yet still send her five-year-old son Noah to… Read More

Mothers, older adults with COVID-19 symptoms hygiene practice, routines – Pattaya Mail

Mothers with COVID-19 symptoms who are breastfeeding or practicing skin-to-skin contact should practice:– Respiratory hygiene, incl. during feeding– Hand hygiene before & after contact with a child-Routinely clean and disinfect surfaces which they have been in contact with Help children find positive ways to express disturbing feelings such as fear and sadness during COVID-19. Every… Read More

Where you live may influence your baby's behavior – WSU News

Photo by Jens Johnsson on Unsplash By Will Ferguson, WSU News Infants from rural families tend to display negative emotions such as anger and frustration more frequently than their urban counterparts, according to a recent study in the Journal of Community Psychology. Babies born in big cities, on the other hand, typically are less fussy… Read More

Bangor's public health department asks people to call ahead for services, not walk in – Bangor Daily News

Micky Bedell | BDN Micky Bedell | BDN The empty waiting room at Bangor Public Health and Community Services, where WIC recipients typically have their appointments. By Erin Rhoda, BDN Staff • March 16, 2020 2:07 pm Effective today, given the coronavirus pandemic, Bangor’s public health department is asking clients to call rather than come… Read More

Coronavirus: Pregnant women not at greater risk, may not pass on disease to newborns, say experts – MEAWW

When the new coronavirus emerged in China and spread to the rest of the world, experts were worried that pregnant women could be at a higher risk. But it appears that the risk that pregnant women face is not greater than the general population, according to guidelines from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. The… Read More