Blog Category: Women’s Health

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Women’s Health - 1 Min Read
Birth Story: The Boghaert Family
"We had an amazing experience welcoming our first child at Overlake. From the nurses to the food, everything was top-notch. Everyone we encountered at the hospital helped create a warm and supportive environment."
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
Birth Story: Stephán, Cheyenne and Octavia Gray
“What a positive experience it was to deliver at the Overlake Childbirth Center! My wife, Cheyenne, and I arrived for an induction on the morning of Sept. 2, 2020, and every interaction we had with the nurses, doctors and staff was amazing.”
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Women’s Health - 3 Min Read
Birth Story: Alex, Eric & Isla Wood
“Our first experience at the Childbirth Center in Overlake Medical Center was one we’ll never forget. Not only did they provide all of the education we needed prior to birth, the professional care and understanding from the staff was above and beyond our expectations.”
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
The Benefits of Breastfeeding
August is national breastfeeding month. Learn the benefits of breastfeeding for both mom and baby, plus tips on successful nursing.
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
Balance After Baby
A new baby's arrival brings a flurry of emotions. Excitement, joy, stress and exhaustion are just a few. However, sadness and depression are also common responses.
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Women’s Health - 3 Min Read
Welcoming Baby During COVID-19
Traffic jam, snow storm or COVID-19—no matter what’s going on in the world, babies will still be born. Overlake is following the most up-to-date guidelines from the CDC to care for both you and your baby.
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
Safe and Healthy Sleep Habits for Babies
Most new parents can be surprised that newborns sleep about 17 hours a day, but it’s true! Read on for tips on establishing healthy sleep habits for your baby.
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Women’s Health - 3 Min Read
You’re having a baby! Do you go to the doctor now?
You've taken a home pregnancy test and it came up positive. Now it's time to make your first prenatal appointment. Many women have their first prenatal visit after the eighth week of their pregnancy. Don't delay this for too long.