From the minute you announce you’re pregnant, people start offering their advice and sharing their best guess on baby. While your friends and family mean well with their input, don’t put a lot of faith into their predictions.
Morning sickness can happen any time of day. What causes it, who is at most risk and what can be done to ease the discomfort?
Gaining too much or not enough when baby’s on board can have serious consequences for both mom and baby.
Mix ice and snow with a pregnant belly and your risk for falls grows.
The holidays can cause stress on top of the already stressful time of being pregnant. So many changes are happening to your body that you can easily become mentally and physically overloaded. 7 tips to help ease it all.
If you are or will be pregnant this flu season, the time to get your vaccine is now.
Gestational diabetes affects about seven of every 100 women during pregnancy. Much like regular type 1 or type 2 diabetes, it’s a condition where the body loses its ability to regulate blood sugars.
Even if you eat healthily, prenatal vitamins are still an important addition to an expecting mom’s diet.