A Review of Nutritional Recommendations for Pregnant Women Living with HIV
Ensuring proper nutrition is a critical component of living with HIV as it is with being pregnant. The two conditions combined mean that pregnant women living with HIV are especially vulnerable to nutrient deficiencies and these women must monitor their nutritional status accordingly. The review provides general recommendations to address these issues.
Sexual Violence and HIV
The research states that there is an increased risk of infection for women who have been abused, particularly if sexually abused. This report provides recommendations for health and allied health professionals to increase collaborative work and ensure that both violence and HIV are addressed in all entry level services.SKU: 7-511
HIV/AIDS, Pregnancy, and Tobacco Use
Information Card, 2012
This information card explains that for women living with HIV/AIDS, smoking tobacco during pregnancy can increase the chances that HIV will be passed to the baby. Websites are listed to help pregnant women and those planning a pregnancy to become tobacco free.SKU: 7-516
Smoking and ETS
Fact Sheet, 2003
This fact sheet outlines the hazards of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) to pregnant women and to children.SKU: 3-303
In the Greenhouse
Explore science through the creative arts! ‘Mother Nature’ leads us through an ideal pregnancy, free from alcohol. She shows us what a developing baby needs for good brain development and the impact that alcohol has on memory, relationships, and day-to-day living. She also paints a picture of what a person who has been exposed to alcohol might experience while growing up, and how we can make accommodations to make things easier for everyone. ‘Mother Nature’ will make you think, make you laugh, and warm your heart.
‘Mother Nature’ is Karmen Krahn-Schulties. She is the author of, and actor in, this creative one-woman play.SKU: 3-133