Expecting mothers turning to doulas

Traditionally doctors, nurses and hospitals have offered help to expecting mothers, but pregnant women in the Twin Cities are increasingly turning to doulas for more focused attention, WCCO reports. Two Minnesota moms spun their doula careers into a new business called Baby Love, a place where parents can learn together.
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Traditionally doctors, nurses and hospitals have offered help to expecting mothers, but pregnant women in the Twin Cities are increasingly turning to doulas for more focused attention, WCCO reports. Two Minnesota moms spun their doula careers into a new business called Baby Love, a place where parents can learn together.

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