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After Miscarriage, Mom Makes Empowering Shirts To Celebrate Rainbow Babies

After having a miscarriage and hearing countless stories of loss from fellow mothers, a psychologist has developed a special product line to help break the silence around these issues. Dr. Jessica Zucker, who specializes in women’s reproductive and maternal mental health, created a line of “rainbow baby”-themed T-shirts and tote bags for moms and infants. She launched the line on her website today, in honor of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.
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