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Newborn Care: Formula and Bottle Feeding

Watch to learn the basic instructions for formula-feeding your baby.
Online
2018; 2016
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Breast Is Best: Part 4

In Part 4, Mom learns how to use a breast pump to make sure Baby has enough milk when she has to be away.
Online
2018; 2007
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Postpartum Depression: You're Not Alone—Part 1

Part 1 explains what postpartum depression really is and how to recognize it.
Online
2018; 2006
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What to Expect at a Baby-Friendly Hospital

Understand what to expect at a hospital with a baby-friendly designation, including skin-to-skin contact, learning to breastfeed correctly, and rooming in.
Online
2018; 2017
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Breast Is Best: Part 3

Once you get breastfeeding established, how do you know if your baby is getting enough to eat? Part 3 provides cues to watch for so you know that your baby is getting enough. It also provides tips for Mom on how to care for herself.
Online
2018; 2007
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Keeping Baby Clean

By watching this program, the viewer will learn best practices for keeping baby clean.
Online
2018; 2017
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Keeping Baby Safe: Part 2

In Part 2, you will learn more about taking good care of your baby.
Online
2018; 2009
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Down-There Care: Recovery From Delivery—Part 1

Part 1 teaches Mom how to care for herself after vaginal birth. Topics addressed include episiotomy, hemorrhoids, lochia, Sitz Baths, and more. Part 1 concentrates on what to expect and how Mom can take care of herself.
Online
2018; 2007
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Q&A: Why Does My Baby Cry?

Dr. Jeanette Whitney explains the importance of knowing your baby’s visual cues, such as crying.
Online
2018; 2013
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Breastfeeding: Breast Milk Production and Benefits

Learn how your post-pregnancy breasts produce enough milk to feed your baby and how breastfeeding is healthy for both of you.
Online
2018; 2016
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Rethinking Obesity: Nature vs. Nurture?

As a species we’ve been getting larger over the past 50 years and obesity is at epidemic proportions in some Western societies. So why are we doing so much damage to ourselves, our health services and our planet? Is it mainly due to nurture, the environment? Or is it more to do with nature, our biology? In Rethinking Obesity, featuring contributions from two of the leading figures in this debate, Dr. Clare Llewellyn of University College London and Dr. Giles Yeo of Cambridge University, we examine the evidence for and against these views and suggest a third explanation - the relationship between our genes and the environment in which we live.
Online
2017
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Infant Milestones and Care: 8 to 12 Months

After watching this program, the viewer should understand the developmental milestones parents should expect to see in their baby at 8 to 12 months. The series will include vision, hearing, social, and movement guidelines, as well as important signs of possible health issues.
Online
2018; 2017
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Postpartum Care: Changes in Your Body After Delivery

Watch this video to learn how your uterus recovers after delivery, why you will have night sweats, and how your breasts prepare to feed your newborn.
Online
2018; 2016
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Infant Milestones and Care: Birth to 3 Months

After watching this program, the viewer should understand the developmental milestones parents should expect to see in their baby at birth to 3 months. The series will include vision, hearing, social, and movement guidelines, as well as important signs of possible health issues.
Online
2018; 2017
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The Story of Fertility

As she approaches her 40s, recently married presenter Alex Jones goes on a very personal journey: to discover the truth about a topic that affects countless women. This film tackles many common myths, explaining how the so-called "fertility cliff" at age 35 is based on statistics from 1700s France and revealing how the average maternal age in the U.K. recently hit 30 for the first time since records began. There are also some uncomfortable truths to confront, as Alex learns she faces a hugely increased risk of miscarrying or giving birth to a child with Down syndrome. Featuring extraordinary people who share their poignant stories, The Story about Fertility profiles the pioneering treatments that are making many couples’ dream of parenthood come true.
Online
2017; 2016
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Infant Milestones and Care: 4 to 7 Months

After watching this program, the viewer should understand the developmental milestones parents should expect to see in their baby at 4 to 7 months. The series will include vision, hearing, social, and movement guidelines, as well as important signs of possible health issues.
Online
2018; 2017
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Hand Expression in Breastfeeding

After watching this program, the viewer should understand the importance of hand expression when breastfeeding an infant and the benefits to mother and baby, as well as the specific techniques involved.
Online
2018; 2017
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Diapering and Dressing Your Newborn

Understand the common stool patterns of most bottle fed and breastfed babies, how to care for your child’s sensitive diaper area and umbilical cord, and common tips to dressing your baby for comfort.
Online
2018; 2004
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Postpartum Care: Emotions

Watch this clip to understand how hormone changes often cause sadness and post-partum depression in a new mom and how friends and family members can support her.
Online
2018; 2016