Videos for Pregnant Women: Exercises to help ensure a healthy childbirth

Dr. Mark Zakowski has personally assisted over 24,000 women in giving birth. He has been Chief of Obstetric Anesthesiology for over 21 years at nationally recognized hospitals in New York City and Los Angeles. Dr. Zakowski has been in charge of over 115,000 deliveries, giving him unique and valuable insights on how to best ensure…

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Videos for Pregnant Women: Ways to Reduce the Pain From Having an IV

Dr. Mark Zakowski has personally assisted over 24,000 women in giving birth. He has been Chief of Obstetric Anesthesiology for over 21 years at nationally recognized hospitals in New York City and Los Angeles. Dr. Zakowski has been in charge of over 115,000 deliveries, giving him unique and valuable insights on how to best ensure…

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Teleseminar

Stay tuned for an upcoming teleseminar on the 5 greatest threats to having a safe, healthy mom and baby. Be sure to sign up for our email list to stay informed on the latest upcoming events at The Safe Baby System.

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Father’s Day

You can hear Dr. Mark Zakowski talk about Husband How To for a safe and healthy pregnancy and delivery.  The best gift for Father’s Day!  Dr. Mark was a guest on Men’s Dugout, KLAA, home of Angel’s Baseball.  The show is available as a podcast on iTunes – Men’s Dugout, June 15, second half of…

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What you need to know about labor but they don’t tell you

Dr. Mark Zakowski was a guest on the radio show “The Best from East to West” on Sunday March 2nd talking about What you need to know about labor but they don’t tell you.  Dr. Mark is author of The Safe Baby System.

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You’re Not Alone: Dealing with Postpartum Depression

Everybody’s heard of it, and most new mothers dread it. Postpartum depression. What signs should you look for, and what do you do if it happens to you? If you’re initially feeling a little bummed out after you get home from the hospital, don’t worry you’re probably just experiencing “The Baby Blues.” Almost every new…

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Breast or Bottle? What You Need to Know about Feeding Your Newborn Baby

Congratulations on your precious newborn bundle! The time has come for you and your partner to embark on all the joys and trials of parenthood. You’ll soon be faced with all sorts of decisions, and one of the first decisions you must make as a new mother is will you breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby?…

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Preemptive Analgesia: The Secret Powers of Pain Relief

Most people aren’t familiar with the term “preemptive analgesia.” Basically it’s a fancy medical way of saying one thing pain is learned. It’s a startling concept. We assume that pain is pain, and that it has nothing to do with preconditioning. And it’s true that some of the pain you feel is genuine. But sometimes…

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Your Labor Day List: Preparing Yourself for D-Day

Preparing yourself for D-Day is no easy matter. And that’s without a complex military maneuver – D stands for Delivery here. Going into labor can be scary. But if you know what to expect, giving birth will go a lot more smoothly. On the day you deliver your baby, there will be a lot to…

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Your Right to Rights: The Truth about the Doctor-Patient Dynamic

Here’s something that many people in the medical establishment don’t want you to know you have rights as a patient. That’s right – you’ve got rights. You can refuse care by any individual, and you can also refuse their treatment or recommendations. You can even ask to be released from a hospital’s supervision. This is…

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