Category: Pregnancy

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~   Babies love to be carried – but parent arms get tired. A baby carrier can be invaluable during the first two years of your baby’s life. There are many types and styles to choose from, so take...

Pregnancy and delivery usually occur without problems, but it is important to be aware of the possible complications. Preeclampsia is a condition unique to pregnancy and has the potential to be life-threatening. What is preeclampsia? It is a syndrome that occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy which includes high blood...

Times and guidelines are changing Once upon a time expecting mothers were advised to not eat allergenic foods like peanuts during their pregnancy in hopes that it would prevent a peanut allergy for baby. In addition, once baby was beginning solid foods, the recommendation to avoid peanuts continued until three...

Let’s face it: Pregnancy on a perfectly balmy day can be downright uncomfortable. Add to that ice-cold temperatures, biting winds, and a roaring furnace, and you have the makings of a pregnancy nightmare. Here’s how to ensure you have the happiest, safest, and most comfortable winter of your life—baby bump...

The Flu and pregnancy can make for a scary combination. This respiratory infection, caused by the influenza virus, is an undesirable but predictable winter illness which has the potential to be more severe for expectant moms. Obstetricians worry about their patients during this time but are especially concerned this year....

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