New research shows that expectant moms can stimulate their baby’s brain even when he’s in utero.
Pregnancy & Birth
Plenty of women have babies in their 40s today, but you should absolutely weigh both the risks and the positives.
You’re NOT a slacker, but you ARE pregnant. Use your condition wisely, but DO play it from time to time.
Nausea! Swollen ankles! Heartburn! Oh, and all the tests! While there are plenty of concerns that accompany each pregnancy, remember: This is an amazing time in your life. Enjoy it.
When you feel early labor kicking in, you don’t want to worry about how far you need to go.
Pregnant adult women require 300 more calories a day when they’re expecting … so no, it doesn’t mean it’s time to go HOG WILD!
Many parents plan for labor and delivery, but don’t consider the difficulties of the postpartum months.
Bad news for moms-to-be: Drinking even a few alcoholic beverages per week during pregnancy could lower a baby’s IQ by a few points, a Nov. 14, 2012 study says. The findings also suggest that women whose bodies process alcohol slowly are at greater risk of harming their baby’s brain development. “Some women are going to… Read more »