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Optimal Cord Clamping “Change the World in 90 Seconds”

posted on Feb 14, 2013 in News, News from Around the World by
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Many of us have talked about this.  Maybe you had it on your birth plan.  Maybe you have heard about waiting to clamp the cord after birth.  You’ve probably heard that it’s supposed to be good for the baby, but have you ever really heard why?  Take a look at this great TED talk from Dr Greene.  It will change your perspective, raise your awareness, and increase the confidence you have in your body.  Wow, you are amazing Mama and unnecessary intervention may be robbing your baby of some essentials that your complex and awe-inspiring womb can provide to your precious little one.  leave your comments below and pass the info along.

See more about the speaker below.

 

Alan Greene “90 Seconds to change the World”

Alan Greene on the web

Pediatrician and father of four, Dr. Alan Greene completed his pediatric residency program at Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Northern California and served there as Chief Resident. In 1995, while at ABC Pediatrics in San Mateo, California, he launched DrGreene.com, cited by the AMA as “the pioneer physician Web site”. He is the author of Feeding Baby Green, Raising Baby Green and, From First Kicks to First Steps.

He appears frequently in the media including such venues as the TODAY Show, the Dr. Oz Show, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Time Magazine. In 2010, Dr. Greene founded the WhiteOut Now movement aimed at changing how babies are fed starting with their first bite of solid food. In 2012 he launched a worldwide campaign aimed at changing the practice of Immediate Cord Camping To Optimal Cord Clamping or TICC TICC.

Dr. Greene received the Healthy Child award for Prevention and was named the Children’s Health Hero of the Internet by Intel.

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