Prenatal Yoga Classes

Practice Update

Prenatal Yoga Classes

Here at Sydney Mother & Baby, Prenatal Yoga is one of our many antenatal classes which we offer as part of our holistic care package.

Yoga & Pregnancy

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Yoga & Pregnancy

Yoga is a very popular form of exercise during pregnancy due to it’s relaxing and gentle nature, not to mention the many physical and mental benefits that it can have for new mothers to be.

World Breastfeeding Week 2016

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World Breastfeeding Week 2016

World Breastfeeding Week, an annual celebration that occurs each year in more than 120 countries.

Your First Antenatal Appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby

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Your First Antenatal Appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby

The initial stages of pregnancy are a very exciting time for our patients. This month’s newsletter details what will happen at your first antenatal appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby.

Anti-Inflammatory Fruit Salad

RECIPE

Anti-Inflammatory Fruit Salad

Many fruits can aid in the relief of inflammatory conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Try our anti-inflammatory fruit salad for a delicious healthy treat.

World Health Assembly 2016

Practice Update

World Health Assembly 2016

Angela recently attended the World Health Assembly in Geneva, where some exciting developments regarding the promotion and advertising of infant formula took place.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can affect one in three women pregnant women. Find out about common symptoms and helpful remedies in this month’s blog by Penny Stanbury.

Immunity Root Juice

RECIPE

Immunity Root Juice

Root Juice can help boost your immunity in pregnancy. This juice will help increase energy, strengthen bones, help clear skin, balances metabolism and reduce inflammation and swelling.

Pregnancy and Preschool Ailments

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Pregnancy and Preschool Ailments

Where children gather in large numbers, outbreaks of viral illnesses often occur. This months newsletter provides information on the most common viral illnesses and their significance to pregnant mums and their unborn babies.

Anzac Biscuits

RECIPE

Anzac Biscuits

A slightly healthier, but still delicious recipe for traditional Anzac Biscuits.

Five things you need to know about Whooping Cough.

Practice Update

Five things you need to know about Whooping Cough.

Whooping Cough is a notifiable disease in Australia. Five important things you need to know about how to identify, prevent and protect against the disease.

Immunization

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Immunization

How do vaccines work? When do we give the vaccinations? Vaccination during Pregnancy? All these questions and more answered in this month’s newsletter.

Lactation Bites

RECIPE

Lactation Bites

This month’s recipe is a healthy energy boosting treat, that tastes delicious!

Ultrasound Scans in Early Pregnancy

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Ultrasound Scans in Early Pregnancy

A guide to ultrasound scans and their significance for early pregnancy.

Low GI Banana Loaf

RECIPE

Low GI Banana Loaf

Who doesn’t love a banana loaf? Try our delicious low GI recipe for a healthy alternative to banana bread.

Zika Virus

Practice Update

Zika Virus

Every day we are hearing more news about the Zika virus. This virus is transmitted primarily by a specific mosquito found in South America…

Low GI Hummus

RECIPE

Low GI Hummus

Not only is Hummus a tasty snack that is easy to make, but it is packed full of nutrients that are important during pregnancy.

Uterine Fibroids

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Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids can affect women of all ages. Find out what to do if you have uterine fibroids and how it can affect your pregnancy.

Mini Christmas Puddings

RECIPE

Mini Christmas Puddings

This delicious Christmas treat is an easy recipe and only takes 10 minutes to prepare.

Thai Beef Salad

RECIPE

Thai Beef Salad

This tasty salad is packed full of Iron, which is one of the best nutrients to keep your blood healthy and boost your immune system.

Post Partum Haemorrhage

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Post Partum Haemorrhage

Blood loss is expected during the birthing process, but approximately 5-15% of pregnant women will experience a post partum haemorrhage, which is excessive blood loss during the birthing process.

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