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5 Questions to Ask Yourself If You’re Considering a VBAC

Here are five VBAC questions you should ask both yourself and your healthcare provider to decide if a VBAC is right for you.

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Music Therapy Can Help Ease Prenatal Anxiety

During pregnancy, moms-to-be are anxious about many things, especially about the health of the baby. A recent study looked at music therapy to help lessen symptoms of prenatal anxiety.

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Nitrous Oxide for Pain Management During Labor: 7 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

At Burdett Birth Center, a variety of pain medications are available for moms-to-be, and we encourage you to work with your provider to determine which pain management option is best for you.

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The Measles Outbreak and Pregnancy: What You Should Know

The U.S. is experiencing a measles outbreak. Pregnant women need to know what to do to avoid getting infected with this contagious disease.

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Summer 2019 Activities & Events for Families in the Capital Region

The school year is almost over, and it’s getting consistently warmer outside (finally!). There are a lot of fun summer activities for families in the Capital Region.

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Deb Griner and Maureen Murphy Share What They Like Most About Delivering at Burdett

Earlier this year, St. Peter’s Health Partners announced that Capital Region Midwifery and its team of licensed midwives have joined St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates (SPHPMA) so they will continue to deliver at Burdett Birth Center.

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Tips for Supporting Your Partner During Her Third Trimester

Tips and insights into supporting your partner during their third trimester.

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Tips for Supporting Your Partner During Her Second Trimester

Tips and insights into supporting your partner during their second trimester.

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Tips for Supporting Your Partner During Her First Trimester

Tips and insights into supporting your partner during their first trimester.

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Smoking During Pregnancy… Quit It!

Smoking during pregnancy is never a good idea. A recent study from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) supports this idea.

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