Author Kelly Winder Articles

Mind the Gap

CPD is the most common reason for performing a caesarean. But how common is it, really?In the 18th and 19th centuries, poor nutrition, rickets, and illnesses such as polio caused pelvic anomalies, which resulted in loss of life during...

Also labeled: Issue #36, Pregnancy & Birth

All In The Timing: Why Delaying Cord Clamping Benefits Your Baby

Umbilical cord blood is a baby’s lifeblood until birth. It contains many wonderfully precious cells, like stem cells and red blood cells—and recently, scientists have discovered that umbilical cord blood contains cancer-fighting T cells, as well....

Also labeled: Issue #32, The Outer Womb