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An argument for
Unmedicated Child Birth

Research has shown that in mothers who have natural childbirth, babies are more alert and show more interest in pre-breastfeeding behaviors such as sucking and massaging the mother's breasts, as well as the actual length of time they spend nursing within the first 90 minutes.
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An argument for
Unmedicated Child Birth

Since you can feel your body's reflexes in natural childbirth, mothers can push better and generally faster. In fact studies show that getting an epidural prolongs your pushing time.
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An argument for
Unmedicated Child Birth

Mothers who labor naturally can move freely, go to the bathroom, walk and change positions throughout labor. According to the Cochrane Review, recent studies have shown that getting medication makes changing positions even after birth more difficult.
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An argument against
Cloth Diapers

Some daycare centers / grandparents / baby sitters won’t want to use them.
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An argument for
Cloth Diapers

Less diaper-rash; cloth diapered babies tend to have less diaper-rash, because natural cotton fibers breathe more easily.
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An argument against
Cloth Diapers

Disposables seem like the easier choice. They are an all-in-one product, with less fuss than cloth.
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

"Nursing will help you to regain your figure more quickly, since the process of lactation causes the uterus (which has increased during pregnancy to about 20 times its normal size) to shrink more quickly to its pre-pregnancy size. "

The Complete Book Of Breastfeeding M.S. Eiger. MD, S. Wendkos Olds, Copyright 1999, Workman Publishing Co., Inc., 708 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Research indicates that women who breastfeed may have lower rates of certain breast and ovarian cancers.
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Free (cheaper than formula by a long shot)!
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Human milk is delivered without excess packaging or processing and thus contributes to the health of our planet.
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Chapter 19 of THE WOMANLY ART OF BREASTFEEDING, "How Breastfeeding Affects a Mother," describes some of the physical benefits of breastfeeding for the mother such as reduced rates of breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Breastfed babies have a decreased likelihood for allergies and dental caries. They also benefit from appropriate jaw, teeth and speech development as well as overall facial development.
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

Chapter 18 of THE WOMANLY ART OF BREASTFEEDING, 7th Revised Edition, "Human Milk for Human Babies ," documents the benefits of breastfeeding such as the antibodies in it to protect the baby from illness. For example, a study in the Philippines showed that, "Deaths from respiratory infections and diarrhea were eight to ten times higher in babies who were artificially fed than in those who were even partially breastfed for six months " (THE WOMANLY ART OF BREASTFEEDING, 7th Revised Edition, page 350).
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An argument for
Breastfeeding

"Human milk provides the specific nutrients that babies need to grow, both in size and maturity... " (THE WOMANLY ART OF BREASTFEEDING, 7th Revised Edition, page 340). Your milk is made to order for your baby. Research points to the significant value to infants, mothers, families and the environment from breastfeeding.
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An argument for
Cloth Diapers

July 2008 Numbers:

From Birth to Potty Learning:

Prefolds & covers: $381.00 | Average cost per change (including washing): $0.06
Fitted diapers and covers: $1263.46 | Average cost per change (including washing): $0.18
All in one diapers: $1413.48 | Average cost per change (including washing): $0.20
Pocket diapers: $1677.66 | Average cost per change (including washing): $0.23
Combo cloth: $1468.74 | Average cost per change (including washing): $0.22

DISPOSABLE DIAPERS: $2577.35 | Average cost per change: $0.36

These cloth diapers number would be less per change for each additional child using the same diapers.

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An argument for
Cloth Diapers

They are darn cute.
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