Random Facts Laughing lowers the stress hormones and strengthens the immune system. 6 year olds laugh an average of 300x a day. Adults only laugh 15 - 100x a day. Before, Between and Beyond Pregnancy Understanding Preconception and Interconceptional Health February 27, 2009
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Laughing lowers the stress hormones and
strengthens the immune system.
6 year olds laugh an average of 300x a day.
Adults only laugh 15 - 100x a day.
Interconceptional Care at WorkFrom Theory to Practice
Tamara Wrenn, MA, CCE
Consultant, Practice Matters , a subsidiary of
Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership, Inc
NMPP’s mission is to save babies and help women take charge of their reproductive, social and economic lives. We achieve this mission by offering a number of programs that help reduce the infant mortality rate and increase the self-sufficiency of poor and working class women throughout the above communities.
September 13, 2006
Bureau of Vital Statistics
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Labor and birth care
antepartum labor and birth postpartum
Well baby care
Birth Early childhood Pre-teen Teen Young adult Women 35> Seniors
A MCH Life Course Organization is an entity (local/state) that develops the capacity over time to deliver integrated, continuous and comprehensive health and social services and support to women and their family members from the womb to the tomb. MCH services are delivered from clinical and group care interventions all the way upstream to community and policy change interventions to reduce racial disparities in birth outcomes.
Transitioning into a MCH Life Course
Organization requires a top down approach which
shifts the organizational mindset and culture from:
Tamara Wrenn, MA CCE
c/o Northern Manhattan Perinatal
127 West 127th Street
New York, NY 10027