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Weekend Reading: Links We Like

The Doctor is Out

This pediatrician looks at a new study that shows how doctors aren’t doling out the advice they should be giving to new moms. (The Daily Beast)

Like It

Facebook titan Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, announced (via Facebook, of course) that they are expecting a baby—and started a dialog about miscarriage based on their own experiences. (ABC News)

Professional Growth

This writer argues that having children made her markedly better at her job and, really, at her life. (The Cut)

Good Shot

Turns out some vaccines are best administered during pregnancy. (Well Blog, New York Times)

Proof Positive

This guy was apparently very eager to find out if his wife was pregnant. (Fox 13)

Breastfeeding Balk

This week is World Breastfeeding Week, but this obstetrician won’t be celebrating it. Read on to find out why. (Time)

Welcome to the World

A string of birth stories set in New York City proves that babies just can’t wait sometimes. (New York Times)

On-Demand Dads and Moms

Netflix made headlines for its new unlimited parental leave, but it might not be as inclusive as its made out to be. (NPR)

Nursing News

25 things this writer wants breastfeeding women to know. (Wendy Wisner)

Egg Freezing On Ice

China has banned single women from freezing their eggs, and a lot of people aren’t happy about it. (BBC)

Bare Bump

Australian fitness model Sophie Guidolin, 32 weeks pregnant with twins, posed nude. (People)

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