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Twin Cities Community Hospital Offering New Class for Expectant Parents

Mar 15, 2019

Parents to beWhat:
Understanding Pregnancy

When:
Third Thursday of Every Month
First class is Thursday, March 21, 2019
6-8 p.m.

Where:
Twin Cities Community Hospital
Founders’ Pavilion Morgan Conference Room
1220 Las Tablas Road in Templeton

Description: Twin Cities Community Hospital is now offering a free class that teaches expectant parents how to keep themselves and their babies healthy as they take the remarkable journey through pregnancy. Presenting the latest research-based recommendations, Understanding Pregnancy models healthy habits and partner involvement, all while stressing the importance of good prenatal health. This program features all-new, stunning 3D animation that brings fetal development to life and will motivate moms to take good care of themselves throughout pregnancy. This class is appropriate for those actively trying to conceive and those in their first or second trimesters.  

More information on the class can be found by clicking here.

Twin Cities Birth & Baby Center is proud to be internationally recognized as a Baby-Friendly birth facility by Baby-Friendly USA. This achievement means the facility is using some of the most effective methods known to help mothers succeed at breastfeeding.

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