Childbirth Graphics’ BabyTalk: Our
Childbirth Education Newsletter
Childbirth Graphics’ BabyTalk is our monthly newsletter that highlights a variety of topics in childbirth education, as well as our innovative teaching resources that focus on our commitment to nurturing healthy babies and growing healthy families.
Click on the links below to read our articles. Learn more about featured issues in childbirth education and our unique models, 3-D displays, charts, tear pads, and other engaging childbirth education product!
Cases of newborn syphilis have increased dramatically over the last few years. Fortunately, if a pregnant woman with syphilis gets treated right away, she can increase her baby’s likelihood for a healthy outcome. Learn more about the dangers of congenital syphilis and how it can be prevented.
Every year in the United States, more than 3,500 babies die from SIDS or other sleep-related deaths. For SIDS Awareness Month, Childbirth Graphics provides infant sleep safety tips to help protect babies from SIDS and highlights our engaging educational materials to raise SIDS awareness. Read to learn more!
In addition to all of the other amazing benefits of breastfeeding, can breastfeeding help prevent childhood obesity? Learn more as Childbirth Graphics examines reasons why breastfeeding may help prevent childhood obesity.
In honor of National Breastfeeding Month and World Breastfeeding Week, we examine how breastfeeding benefits the environment. Read to learn more about how breastfeeding helps protect the environment for generations to come!
July is International Group B Strep Awareness Month, making now a good time raise awareness about this potentially life-threatening infection. Learn more about group B strep, how it can affect babies, and how to help prevent GBS infection in newborns.
Hormones play an essential role throughout labor and birth. By understanding how hormones function in a natural birth, a woman can learn to work with them in labor as well as make more informed decisions about medical interventions that may disrupt the natural role of hormones.
In honor of Penny Simkin’s 80th birthday and her 50 years as an author, doula, childbirth educator, and birth counselor, Childbirth Graphics highlights Penny Simkin’s multiple achievements and invaluable childbirth education resources.
Returning to work is a big transition for both mother and baby. New mothers who are committed to breastfeeding often have special concerns when they return to work. Learn more about ways breastfeeding mothers can help ease the transition.
How can educators engage students who are visual, auditory or kinesthetic learners? Learn about ways to engage students with every learning style and our different types of childbirth education products that are perfect for all varieties of learners.
Early childhood tooth decay, including baby bottle tooth decay, is a serious childhood health issue that can lead to long-term problems. Learn more about preventing early childhood tooth decay and about our eye-opening products to educate parents and caregivers.