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home : lifestyle : health   August 28, 2016

Clear-drape C-sections let mom see baby sooner
NewsTribune photo/Scott Anderson“I honestly wasn’t able to see anything.” Kimberly Morse of Malden, holding new baby Theo, has had to explain to shocked friends why she opted for a clear-drape Caesarean section for his birth July 27. Morse had delivered twice before via C-section and was frustrated at being unable to see her babies right away. With Theo, a clear curtain was raised enabling her to see her new baby but without seeing her exposed abdomen.
NewsTribune photo/Scott Anderson
“I honestly wasn’t able to see
anything.” Kimberly Morse of Malden, holding new baby Theo, has had to explain to shocked friends why she opted for a clear-drape Caesarean section for his birth July 27. Morse had delivered twice before via
C-section and was frustrated at being unable to see her babies right away. With Theo, a clear curtain was raised enabling her to see her new baby but without seeing her exposed abdomen.
Ask a new mom what they didn’t like about the C-section and they might say they didn’t get to see the baby right away. Now, they can.
Thursday, August 25, 2016

Health Calendar
Events, fitness classes, support groups screenings, and blood drives
Thursday, August 25, 2016

Cupping: An inside look
Associated Press reporter Sopheng Cheang, who grew up in Cambodia, narrates his lifelong experience with coining and cupping.
Thursday, August 18, 2016

Health calendar
Thursday, August 18, 2016

Reaching new heights: The world is getting taller
Does height matter? Humans worldwide have continued to get taller over the past 100 years, according to a new study.
Thursday, August 11, 2016

'Text neck' a concerning phenomenon
For athletes turning out for fall sports this week, that pain in the neck or shoulder could be related to an off-the-field activity.
Thursday, August 11, 2016


 

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