Even if you know everything about right eating habits, exercise and other nuances of pregnancy, there are still chances that you might fall prey to some of the most common mistakes that every expectant mother (mostly first-time mums) makes, albeit … Read More
If you’re lying awake at 3am reading this on your phone, with swollen ankles and back ache, fighting the urge to get up for your fifteenth pee of the night, you can be forgiven for thinking pregnancy sucks. It’s not … Read More
It’s commonly understood that stress during pregnancy can affect the newborn’s health. The causal link for this understanding has been recently pursued by researchers at Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. There they tracked the intestinal flora development of 56 … Read More
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star Tanya Bardsley has revealed she is expecting her fourth child this summer. Tanya, the wife of Stoke City footballer Phil Bardsley, opened up about her pregnancy in an interview with HELLO! magazine.
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Between weight gain, morning sickness and fatigue, your body goes through a ton of changes during pregnancy. Yet you probably never knew that eye problems and vision changes could happen while you’re pregnant, too, and they can clue you and … Read More
Baylor College of Medicine researchers have discovered that female mice that voluntarily exercise during pregnancy have offspring that are more physically active as adults. The research appears in The FASEB Journal.
Dr. Robert A. Waterland, associate professor of pediatrics – … Read More
Certain medications and treatments long considered safe to treat pregnant women with migraines may have adverse effects on the babies, suggests new research.
The researchers pointed out that acetaminophen, used by over 65 percent of pregnant women in the US, … Read More
Washington D.C., Mar 31, 2016 / 12:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday expanded its recommended use of the abortion drug mifepristone, drawing criticism from pro-life advocates who say it is harmful for women and … Read More
I’ve got to be honest with y’all: I’m an Adele fangirl. I love her music. I love her brashness. I love the crass and vulgar language she uses (IRL, not in her songs). And I love her openness. I love … Read More
Dr. Catherine Spong, a practicing obstetrician-gynecologist and acting director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, says a woman’s immune system is considered more vulnerable when she is pregnant. But as long as the … Read More