Author: Rachel Nance Wade
ICYMI: Mae’s Clinical Director, Dr. Michelle Owens Drops Some Knowledge on Diabetes
Good news – according to Dr. Owens, most people diagnosed with gestational diabetes will experience it as a pregnancy-related phenomenon. In case you missed Mae’s Clinical Director on IG, read on for more on how to stay vigilant about your pregnancy health.
ICYMI: Pelvic Floor 101 with Rachel Nicks
Pelvic Floor Health is so important – both during pregnancy and postpartum, and beyond. We sat down with Rachel Nicks of Birth Queen to discuss proper pelvic floor engagement.
Feeling The Burn? Let Us Help You Avoid Mom Burnout Before It Brings You Down
Mom Martyrdom is common. But it shouldn’t be. Before you burn yourself out, check out these tips to keep your mom life balanced.
Yes, Pregnancy Leaves Its Mark. And Yes, You Should Own It!
Own your pregnancy badges of honor! They represent your physical and emotional strength and are worthy of a celebration!
Mae Expert Spotlight: Meet Tichanda Thompson, Certified Child Educator, Doula and Owner of DoulaBox
Mae Expert Spotlight – Meet Tichanda Thompson, Certified Childbirth Educator, Doula and owner of DoulaBox.
Maternal Health Outcomes and the Power of Working Together
Working together to improve maternal outcomes for Black women.
Mae Expert Spotlight: Meet Esther McCant, Birth and Postpartum Doula and owner of Metro Mommy Agency
A doula can support and advocate for you. Meet Esther McCant.
New Year, New You. Could you be pregnant? Here’s what to do!￼
It’s not too surprising that we tend to see a boom of babies born in the summer months. If you count backward, simple math indicates that those cold days and nights of November, December, and January were likely the most popular for baby-making. In a “normal” year, this could be the result of staying home…
Pregnant for the holidays? Check out our Survival Tips and Gift Wish List!
Surviving the holidays while pregnant isn’t always easy. Here are some tips and a gift guide for the pregnant women at your celebration.
As Black Women, Our Birth Plans are So Important. Here’s Why
As Black women, our birth plans can play an important role in our labor and delivery experience and safety. Here’s why we all need one.