By Chelsea Ruth alcohol in pregnancy, baby, education, family, FASD, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Mental health, mother, poverty, pregnancy, utero development
In my work as a neonatologist, I’ve looked after many, many babies. I’ve seen families of all ages, cultures and circumstances. But I’ve never seen a mother who wanted to harm her growing baby.
By Nicole Letourneau and Gerald Giesbrecht baby, child, child development, Epoch Times, father, father's role, infant
It’s almost Father’s Day, a time when many of us reflect warmly on the role our fathers and grandfathers have played in our lives. It’s no secret that dads are important, and that their role as caregivers has, for many families, broadened in the last fifty years. But there’s one period of our development where dads tend to take a back seat — the first nine months, to be precise.