Making Sense of a Miscarriage

Coomarasamy agrees that lack of support is a serious problem and that women who have an early miscarriage, and their partners, may need just as much help as those who have lost an older baby to stillbirth. “Whether it was this size baby or that size baby is irrelevant, and the psychological impact is not Read more

Employers Must Be More Empathetic With Families Grieving Stillbirths and Miscarriages, Baylor Researcher Says

With the rate of stillbirths now topping that of infants who die before their first birthdays, employers and society must become more empathetic to families grieving the death of a baby through stillbirth or miscarriage, says a Baylor University researcher who helped form Cradled, a Waco-based nonprofit serving bereaved families.

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