History tells us that some labor and delivery practices arose from whimsy—which means you should often do what feels natural and comfortable to you.
Stay hydrated and keep protein and carbs top of mind.
Gravity and birth balls go a long way in shortening a tough process.
Exercise, affirmations and other smart approaches can get you ready—and excited—for baby's delivery day.
Anxiety and depression can afflict pregnant moms and new moms alike. Know what to watch for and when to get help.
Trend is seen in industrialized countries around the world.
Recognizing that good bacteria promotes good health, food makers are creating more products that contain probiotics and prebiotics.
Some moms find music leads to less pain and more serenity during pregnancy and childbirth. Should you add tunes to your birth plan?
You might be tempted to give your little one unfettered access to electronics—but pediatricians say that would be a mistake.
Your obstetrician will keep a close eye on your blood pressure during your pregnancy—but there are other signs you can watch for on your own.
New guidelines recommend an OB/GYN visit within three weeks of delivery—with other visits as needed for three months.
A little-known condition during pregnancy comes with some telltale signs.
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