5 common mistakes new parents make

New parenthood is overwhelming. For one, there's that whole new life to take care of - and there's also a mass of baby-related information to take in. There are do's and don'ts and safety precautions enough to make your head spin. But no matter how much you absorb as you set out on your parenting …

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Can women dye their hair during pregnancy?

When you find out that you're pregnant, you'll start hearing all kinds of things that you should and shouldn't do as a first time mother. You might be told not to touch cats (unnecessary), not to eat fish (just high-mercury types) or to take a prenatal vitamin (this is a good idea). Another thing …

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Are there any health benefits of pregnancy?

The biggest benefit of pregnancy is clearly that you’re going to come out of it with a wonderful newborn in your arms. There are other temporary benefits that you may get while you’re pregnant, too, like more glowing skin, thicker hair, bigger boobs and a judgment-free zone whenever you happen …

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Top 6 pregnancy beauty tips for Valentine’s Day

Not all women are in love with their bodies during pregnancy, which means they'll do anything they can to feel better about their growing baby bump and the rest of the physical changes that can occur. If you're not feeling your sexiest but you want to really wow your partner on Valentine's Day, …

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Most Australian women wait 6 weeks for post-baby sex

This just in: In a study reported on the Today Show website, most Australian women way 6-8 week after baby is born to resume having intercourse. This is in line with usual recommendation to wait at least six weeks before resuming regular intercourse. Most women say they start having sex again six …

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Look out for these 9 pregnancy milestones

No pregnancy is the same: no truer words have been spoken about this 9-month-long period in which your body grows and develops another human being.However, because no pregnancy between two women, or even two pregnancies with the same woman, are the same, there are milestones you can look out …

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8 fun things to do if you’re pregnant on Valentine’s Day

Pregnancy isn't always a picnic, especially if you're in your third trimester and are starting to feel like you're going to be sporting a baby bump for what seems like the rest of your life. With pregnancy symptoms and childbirth on your mind, it may be hard to relax and have fun. So how can you …

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IVF does not boost cancer risk, study finds

Good news for moms who used IVF for conception or who are considering it now. Women getting fertility treatments can be reassured that in vitro fertilization (IVF) does not increase their risk of breast and gynecological cancers, according to a U.S. study of Israeli women. "The findings were …

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Emily Blunt pregnant with second child

British actress EMILY BLUNT is expecting her second child with husband JOHN KRASINSKI.The couple’s daughter, Hazel, will turn two on February 16 and she will be joined by a little brother or sister this summer, a representative confirms to Us Weekly.The Devil Wears Prada star wed fellow …

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Second-time moms on how to sail through pregnancy, labor

When those two pink lines confirmed I was pregnant with Baby Number Two, I breathed a huge sigh of relief. Not only had the ovulation predictor helped ensure conception, but I was now a veteran pregger—and much more relaxed about the next nine months.I thought about all the things I wished I …

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