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These days, many women have to work outside of the home just to make ends meet. However, between working plus taking caring of the kids, the house, and cooking meals, some women practically go crazy trying to juggle everything. Fortunately,...
Waking up at night? Having trouble falling asleep? Join the club. Most pregnant women have sleep problems in their third trimesters, waking three to five times a night on average. But don't despair -- there are strategies that can...
A survey of women in England, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand found that between 20-to-80 percent of women consumed alcohol while pregnant, prompting study authors to suggest that new policies and interventions are needed to reduce those numbers. The study,...
New regulations aimed at curbing the amount of Cesarean sections preformed in Brazil took effect Monday, with the country’s health officials hoping that sharing more information with expectant mothers will help sway the statistics. About 84 percent of Brazilian mothers...
Daycare drop of time can be emotional time for parents as well as children. But there are things you can do to help make the experience easier. The American Academy of Pediatrics offers these suggestions: For infants, remember that what...
When women find out they are pregnant, they immediately rush out to buy books that talk about pregnancy, and the best things women can do for the health of their baby both before and after the pregnancy. The first...
https://youtu.be/PpUpaRyqYSI Reducing stress is important for preventing problems during your pregnancy and for reducing your risk for health problems that may affect your developing child. Identify the source of your stress and take steps to remove it or lessen it....
At 19 weeks pregnant your baby is now close to 6 inches from crown to rump about the size of an heirloom tomato, but only weighs about 7 ounces. She still has a lot of growing ahead of her:...
Baby "wipes" and scented skin lotions can lead to diaper rash in infants, but new parents can soothe their baby's irritated skin and prevent a recurrence, says an expert from the Loyola University Health System. Since loose stools are the...
If you're a new mommy-to-be, you are most likely having a number of symptoms you are not accustomed to experiencing. It may become hard to distinguish which are normal and which are cause for concern. Most of your symptoms...
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