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Painless delivery: The pros and cons of epidural analgesia

Pregnancy is undoubtedly the most beautiful phase of a couple’s life. But preparing for the birth can both be exciting and anxious for the...

Expecting a bundle of joy? Scale back on these risky activities...

Upon seeing that little pink plus sign, when a woman discovers she has conceived there is excitement and anticipation for the upcoming bundle of...

Pregnant and desire a healthy baby? Read 4 most important guidelines...

Are you an excited mother-to-be? Well, you need to be very cautious about the baby and your emotional and physical health as the little...

Wait a minute! You may be making a ‘health mistake’

On a diet and ordered a bowlful of “calorie free” salad? Peek carefully you are just about to commit a health mistake my friends!...

Obesity ups risk of pregnancy deaths and birth defects

Obesity during pregnancy is dangerous not only to the baby but also to the mother! Maternal mortality can now be added to the list...

Stop before you pop the vitamin! Do you really need it?

Heart disease and cancer are the main reasons for death in Americans but surprisingly the vitamins that we pop in frequently do not help...

Feeling nauseous because of morning sickness? Play down the symptoms

Thrilled at the news of turning a “mommy” soon? The constant spells of nausea and vomiting, the agonizing morning sickness or pregnancy sickness moments,...

Surrogacy from Indian woman! Miracle child for Kowalskis

Gone are the days of “helpful surrogacy” that was considered a positive step to help childless couples and then stepped in the...

Public outcry envelops eight month pregnant weightlifting woman

Isn’t Weight lifting during pregnancy a “No-No” according to the medical fraternity? Definitely! An 8 ½ month pregnant 35 year old mommy belonging to...

The emotional and logical angle to third-trimester abortions

Motherhood is bliss. World over, women yearn to give birth and rear the little one. Seeing the tiny offspring’s little steps turn into big...