This is Postpartum Living's links and books page. Our links and books page lists some of our favorite links and reading material. Listed below are useful websites to visit and great books to read.
This page will be updated on a regular basis, so be sure to check back often.
www.viacord.com - Cord blood banking and research site. ViaCord was established in 1993 to give expectant parents an opportunity to bank their children's cord blood
www.depressionalliance.org - The DepressionAlliance.org website contains information about the symptoms of depression, treatments for depression, as well as research, publications, press office, campaigns, and local groups.
Stress-Relief-Workshop.com - A web site to help you discover how stress could be affecting your life and how to manage it using techniques and coping strategies on a daily basis to improve health and lifestyle.
"No Hype" Nutritional Supplements Guide Here's a practical "hype-free" guide to help boost your health and zest up your life through the use of pure and natural nutritional supplements.
www.ifred.org - The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping research the causes of depression, support those dealing with depression, and combat the stigma associated with depression.
Child Care Business can be the best job you ever had - Here is what I know; In all my years, even in the worst of times, I have never been unemployed OR under-employed in this business! This site is dedicated to helping new child care providers become successful. This is a stay at home job that you can grow over time. It has good pay with low overhead costs. There is a great opportunity to enjoy your child's formative years while making a full-time or part-time income. Visit us for free advise on how to have a profitable business and provide high quality care.
Self Help from SelfGrowth.com- -SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self Help on the Internet.
Drugwatch.com- Provides extensive resources on dangerous prescription and over- the- counter drugs, as well as defective medical devices. Please see our transvaginal mesh page to learn more about pelvic organ prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, and the complications associated with a common treatment method.
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The health information in this website is for educational purposes only and is not providing medical or professional advice. It should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. It is not a substitute for professional medical care. If you have or suspect you might have any health problems, you should consult a physician.
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