Issue 64 - Winter 2019 - Article Resources

Issue 64 - Winter 2019 - Article Resources



Birth Is Sacred

John Ohm



Birthing with the Wisdom of the Ages

Jeanne Ohm D.C.


References for quotes:

  1. Dellorto, Danielle.  “US Ranks Low for Newborn Survival”  (August 2011) http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2011/08/31/u-s-ranks-low-for-newborn-survival/

  2. Birth Works International:  http://www.birthworks.org/site/

  3. Macari , Marci.  She Births: A Modern Woman’s Guidebook for an Ancient Rite of Passage (2006) http://www.amazon.com/She-Births-Guidebook-Ancient-Passage/dp/0741433907

  4. Towbin A.  “Latent Spinal Cord and Brain Stem Injury in Newborn Infants,”  Dev Med Child Neurol. (1969) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5815001?dopt=Abstract

  5. Gutmann G. “Blocked Atlantal Nerve Syndrome in Babies and Infants,”  Manuelle Medizin. (1987)

  6. Janov, Arthur. Imprints: the lifelong effects of the birth experience (1983) http://www.amazon.com/Imprints-Lifelong-Effects-Birth-Experience/dp/0399510869

  7. Fromberg Eden, OB/GYN in The Business of Being Born  http://www.thebusinessofbeingborn.com/

  8. Doris Haire (former President of American Foundation of Maternal and Child Health), The Pregnant Patient’s Bill of Rights (2000)  http://www.aimsusa.org/ppbr.htm

  9. Midwifery Today: http://www.midwiferytoday.com/

  10. Sister Morning Star: http://www.sistermorningstar.com/


Some of these quotes were originally posted on : http://talkbirth.me/2010/03/08/birth-quotes-update/



Birthing In Peace

Ina May Gaskin, M.A., C.P.M.



Birth, Baby, and Breastfeeding

Ian Shtulman, D.C.

(No Resources)



Chiropractic in Childbirth Education

Sarah Clark



How to Describe Birth to a First-Time Pregnant Woman

Alison Howley

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Taking Charge of Giving Birth

Cynthia Overgard



Pain in Labor: Your hormones are Your Helpers

Sarah J. Buckley, M.D.

(No Resources)



What Do We Know? Anthropology and Birth Activism

Robbie Davis-Floyd, Ph.D.

(No Resources)



Why Home Birth Is Necessary

Ina May Gaskin, C.P.M.

  • Ackerman J. The Downside of Upright. National Geographic. July. (2006): 126-145.

  • Bruner, J., Gaskin I.M., et al., “All-fours Maneuver for Reducing Shoulder Dystocia,” The Journal of Reproductive Medicine. (1998): 43:439-43.

  • Curtis P., “Breast Stimulation to Augment Labor: History, Mystery, and Culture,” Birth. (1999): 26: 123-6.

  • Curtis P., “A Comparison of Breast Stimulation and Intravenous Oxytocin for the Augmentation of Labor”, Birth. (1999): 26:115-122.

  • Gabbe, S.G., Niebyl J.R., and Simpson J.L. Obstetrics: Normal & Problem Pregnancies, 4th ed. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2002.

  • Gaskin Ina May. Spiritual Midwifery. Summertown, TN: The Book Publishing Company, 1975.

  • Gaskin, Ina May, “Understanding Birth and Sphincter Law,” British Journal of Midwifery, Volume 12, Number 9, (2004).

  • Meenan, A., Gaskin I.M., et al., “A New (Old) Maneuver for the Management of Shoulder Dystocia,” The Journal of Family Practice. (1991): 32:625-29.

  • Wagner, M. Born in the USA: How a Broken Maternity System Must Be Fixed to Put Women and Children First. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005.



You're Not Allowed to Not Allow Me

Cristen Pascucci

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Induction

Henci Goer



Human Studies Condemn Ultrasound

Kelly Brogan, M.D.



The Vital First Adjustment

Madison Snevily, D.C.

(No references)

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Midwives

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.

(No Resources)



A Way of Blessing

Georgina Kelly

(No Resources)



Vision of a Freebirth Community

Jeannine Parvati Baker

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One Conscious Path in Parenting

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.