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Are summer pregnancies more likely to result in twins?

There are a lot of strange phenomena when it comes to pregnancy. People speculate about all kinds of myths, like those that have to do with the moon, the ocean's tides, certain foods or even the season affecting a woman's pregnancy. One you might have heard revolves around twins and whether you're …

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10 tips to relieve morning sickness now

Feeling the familiar churning in your stomach that signals you're going to need a toilet, stat? Many women experience nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester. While waking up with morning sickness (or suffering through it all day) is certainly no picnic, there are …

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Can playing classical music make your baby smarter?

You'd probably do anything possible to make sure that your baby grows up to be at the head of his or her class, so you might've done a bit of research into how to make your baby smarter. Somewhere among the omega-3 fatty acid-rich diets and Baby Einstein DVDs, you may have come across the …

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How to lose post-baby weight like Kim Kardashian

If you remember six or seven months ago, reality TV star Kim Kardashian was getting a lot of flak for the amount of weight she put on during her pregnancy. All things considered, no one was expecting her to reveal a sleek post-baby body any time soon, but she proved the critics wrong recently by …

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Drew Barrymore’s daughter Olive will have a new sister

Actress Drew Barrymore and her husband, Will Kopelman, are expecting their second child. Their first born, Olive, was born in September 2012. While Barrymore has been tight-lipped about the gender of the new baby up until now, even sporting a playful blue and pink manicure in a picture she posted …

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How does HIV affect pregnancy?

More than 1 million people in the U.S. are infected with HIV, which stands for human immunodeficiency virus. This is the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome, otherwise known as AIDS. About 540,000 new HIV infections occur each year, and 25 percent of those infections are …

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How to deal with having a premature baby

The First 100 DaysA few life lessons I learned from my son’s stay in the NICUI learned to change Eli’s diaper by reaching my arms through the portholes of an incubator.  The diaper was barely larger than a matchbook, and replacing it amid the tangle of wires attached to his little …

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How to deal with watching your child’s birth

Don’t Pass Out—You’ll Never Live It DownA first-time dad takes steps to make sure witnessing his child’s birth doesn’t turn him into a big babyIn these last days of my wife’s pregnancy, I’ve become a kind of monk of maternity. My wife and I are preparing for a home birth, …

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Tips for taking the most flattering baby bump photos

You don't necessarily have to be basking in a radiant pregnancy glow to take great pictures of your baby bump. While clear skin, thick hair and a pregnancy flush can definitely help boost your sexiness in Instagram, Facebook or Snapchat photos that you share with family and friends, it's …

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20 questions to choose the right pediatrician

Let’s Play 20 Questions When looking for the right pediatrician, this interview will help you narrow the field.You have almost as many options for your child’s pediatrician as you do at a Chinese restaurant.While the choice of a provider is a heck of a lot more important than the choice …

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