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Can you help me?

Can you help me?I am a student at Sheffield University and I am looking for mums or mums-to-be aged 16-19 years old to give comments and feedback over email or Skype on project materials that explore young mum’s sexuality.This will involve you looking at some questions, posters and a leaflet and will take about 20 minutes of your time and your responses will remain anonymous.I would really value your feedback and ideas. Your involvement will help to improve and make the project more relevant for young mums and to let me know if you think I have missed anything out!If you think you could help me please contact me on:Email: nrp05jsf@sheffield.ac.ukPhone: 07881810092

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Tommy’s Baby Charity looking for Young Mums and mum to be!

Tommy’s is keen to understand how it can better support young mums and mums-to-be!To do this, Tommy’s is inviting a small group of young mums and mums-to-be to offer their insights at a small group session in Central London on July 23rd. Travel expenses and £30 of high street vouchers are provided as a thank you.If you would like more information about taking part please contact Jacqui Clinton on 0207 398 3409 or via email jclinton@tommys.org

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Tommy’s Childcare Charity looking for Young Mums and mum to be!

Tommy’s is keen to understand how it can better support young mums and mums-to-be!To do this, Tommy’s is inviting a small group of young mums and mums-to-be to offer their insights at a small group session in Central London on July 23rd. Travel expenses and £30 of high street vouchers are provided as a thank you.If you would like more information about taking part please contact Jacqui Clinton on 0207 398 3409 or via email jclinton@tommys.org

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Media request for new mummies

Hi Bubba Mummies,We have been contacted by a national newspaper looking to speak to a young, teenage mum about her experience of childbirth.Ideally the press would like to speak to someone who has recently given birth asking about the health care available, attitudes, customs and the role of the community and partner. The story will sit alongside the story of five other women from different backgrounds and circumstances and will feature in the newspaper’s magazine. You must be happy to be photographed for the piece.The journalist writing the piece assures us she does not want to reinforce stereotypes, she is looking f…

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News Round Up: More huge babies!

A study by scientists at the University of Western Australia, has found that fish oil can help to reduce the risk of miscarriage and inflammatory conditions during pregnancy. Fish soup anyone?A mother in Germany suffering from undiagnosed gestational diabetes has given birth to a 13lb4oz baby naturally! The mother had no idea she was suffering with the condition which is known to cause unusually big babies.17 year old Jodie was rushed into hospital this week after complaining to her mother about stomach pains. The young dancer was shocked to find out that she was in fact pregnant and in the middle of labour! Her baby boy wa…

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Mum gives birth after just 8 minutes of labour!

Mother of three, Kayleigh Thompson, gave birth six days early and in just eight minutes before an ambulance could arrive at her home in Oxford Place, Lancaster. Kayleigh felt the urge to push just moments before the ambulance arrived. Her partner, Dan Hunt, had to take instructions over the phone from the emergency services to deliver his son on the bathroom floor. Both Mother and baby are doing fine.Researchers in the US asked couples(who had just had a baby?) to rate how attractive they felt from ’very ugly’ to ’perfectly beautiful’ or ’ultimately handsome’. Women noted that the change…

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Missing MMR vaccination could see increase in birth defects

The UK is failing to recognise the role grandparents play in looking after children,astudyby UK charity,Grandparents Plus,claims. The report reveals that 1 in 3 grandparents provide childcare for their children. This free childcare is invaluable to many and the government needs to provide financial support for grandparents in this role the charity says. Do your parents help with childcare?Scientists havewarnedthat pregnant women who didn’t have the MMR could be more likely to have blind or hearing impaired babies. Young people that missed out on the MMR over a decade ago are more vulnerable to Measles, Mumps and Rubel…