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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
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Is Baby Getting Enough Breast Milk?

Sometimes it’s hard to tell if your newborn is eating enough to grow and stay healthy. Experts explain the signs you should watch for to make sure your baby is getting enough to eat.
Online
2018; 2015
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Bathing Your Newborn Baby

Watch these step-by-step instructions for safely bathing your baby.
Online
2018; 2016
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Postpartum Nutrition

Understand the importance of making healthy food choices, and learn some tips for choosing foods as you heal and recover from childbirth while caring for your newborn.
Online
2018; 2017
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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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Going Home With Baby: Part 4—Keeping Baby Safe

Part 4 of covers keeping Baby safe. Learn about safe sleep, shaken baby syndrome, car seats, infant CPR, and more.
Online
2018; 2004
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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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Breastfeeding Your Newborn

Watch this clip for a general explanation of how to approach breastfeeding to help get both mother and baby in a comfortable breastfeeding routine.
Online
2018; 2016
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Newborn Care: Sleeping

Understand what to expect of the sleeping habits for your newborn baby and what you can do to help get him or her on a more predictable sleep schedule. Also, learn how to provide a safe and happy sleeping environment.
Online
2018; 2016
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Mommy Don't Smoke

This program addresses second-hand smoke concerns and urges mothers to stop smoking—not only for themselves but for their infants. Damage caused to an infant or child by second-hand smoke can aggravate a multitude of medical conditions.
Online
2018; 2004
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Q&A: How Important Is Sleep?

Dr. Erin Hamilton Spence emphasizes the importance of sleep for the development of a baby’s brain.
Online
2018; 2013
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Postpartum Care: Your Follow-Up Appointment

Watch this video to learn what your provider will check and discuss with you during your first healthcare visit, which should occur about six weeks after delivery.
Online
2018; 2016
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Going Home With Baby: Part 2—Taking Care of Mom

Part 2 covers taking care of Mom. Find out how to take care of yourself physically and emotionally after a vaginal or cesarean delivery.
Online
2018; 2004
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When to Call the Doctor

New parents are sometimes hesitant to call their pediatrician or nurse practitioner when they think their baby is ill. This program outlines the warning signs to watch for that mean your child needs to see a healthcare provider.
Online
2018; 2015
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Premature Newborn Care: Developing Senses

Understand how your growing pre-term baby develops his or her senses of smell, hearing, touch, and vision.
Online
2018; 2013
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Trust Me...I'm a Doctor, Summer Special 2016

As the sun comes out (or not!) the doctors are back doing science research on our behalf. While we prepare to bare our bodies on the beach, Dr. Saleyha Ahsan and the University of Oxford test whether it is really possible to bust belly fat, and skin surgeon Gabriel Weston takes a special camera on the streets to see how protective sun cream actually is. Dr. Chris van Tulleken tests how cheap a pair of sunglasses we can buy and still be assured protection from damaging UV light. And as the warmer weather tempts more of us to do some exercise, GP Zoe Williams makes a guest appearance to test what it's really doing for our health, whilst Michael Mosley investigates some surprising ways to get the benefits of exercise without doing any at all.
Online
2017; 2016