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Morning Feeding: Maternity Services Urged To Reform In The UK

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British health experts are calling for an increase in midwifery-led units so that more low-risk births can take place outside hospitals (The Guardian)

Thousands mourn Leiby Kletzky‘s death in Brooklyn (The New York Times)

A federal judge has temporarily barred New York City from enforcing a new law that would require crisis pregnancy centers to disclose more information about their services (specifically abortion, emergency contraception, and whether there is a licensed medical provider on-site) (The New York Times)

How cell phones both help and hurt women abroad (DoubleX)

Pretty 19th-century style hanging metal birdcages (ShelterPop)

Why doesn’t Suri Cruise wear a coat in the winter? (Celeb Baby Laundry)

Could you save this baby’s life? (Parents.com)

A look at happily unmarried couples (YourTango)

The critics take on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (The Frisky)

Happy hour: let’s French (The Hairpin)

Is there a wrong way to get women into politics? (The Huffington Post)

Why women need to grill (The Huffington Post)