Star Legacy Foundation

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February 1, 2012

Behind every healthy baby is a healthy placenta

By Lindsey Wimmer, MSN, CPNP Stillbirth Mom and Founder Star Legacy Foundation Harvey Kliman, MD, PhD of Yale University School of Medicine was the first researcher to present his work at the Stillbirth Summit 2011 in October.  He is doing extensive research at Yale to investigate the role of the placenta in pregnancy health and outcomes.  […]


January 25, 2012

Mother Knows Best!

by Lindsey Wimmer, MSN, CPNP,  and Mom We all know and accept that mothers are incredible beings with even more amazing powers.  I remember during my childhood wondering how in the WORLD my mom knew some of the things she did!  On occasion, I can see the same wonder in my kids’ eyes.  How did she […]


January 17, 2012

Cord Accidents – Myth or Reality???

by Lindsey Wimmer       The Star Legacy Foundation is frequently contacted by couples that have been told their child was stillborn due to an umbilical cord accident. Yet, many obstetricians will also say that babies are born all the time with a nucal cord (cord around the neck) and dismiss that as a cause of […]


January 13, 2012

Creativity – a powerful healing force….

by Lindsey Wimmer I admit that I am a new Pinterest junkie! I am more of a stalker than a contributor, but I absolutely love seeing the fabulous ideas and creativity of others. As a very left-brained person, I can definitely use the assistance in this area. My journey since my son’s stillbirth has introduced […]


January 6, 2012

Every baby matters…..

When thinking about a Star Legacy Foundation blog for 2012 we debated a number of titles but settled on “Stillbirth Matters” because of the play on words – because we are joined by thousands that believe every baby matters and because we hope to discuss all sorts of stillbirth “matters” or issues throughout the course […]


January 4, 2012

Confronting the elephant….

The Elephant in the Room “Elephant in the room” is an English metaphorical idiom for an obvious truth that is being ignored or goes unaddressed. The idiomatic expression also applies to an obvious problem or risk no one wants to discuss. It is based on the idea that an elephant in a room would be […]


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