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  • First Trimester To-Do List: Take Care of Yourself
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    First Trimester To-Do List: Take Care of Yourself
    Welcome to pregnancy! You may feel overwhelmed with all you have to do and think about, but pace yourself — you have nine months! In this first stage, all you really need to do is learn how to take good care of yourself using these simple steps...
    Erin Dower
  • Extreme Fitness During Pregnancy
    Pregnancy
    Extreme Fitness During Pregnancy: Do I Have to Ditch My Routine?
    We all know that one mom who hit the gym every day her entire pregnancy. (In my case, I was certainly NOT that mom, and envious of women who maintained their workout schedule their whole pregnancy!) We know that regular exercise is good for mom...
    Rachel Sokol
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    Healthy Pregnancy Diet
    Baby Wants a Pickle! The 10 Most Common Pregnancy Cravings and Why We Have Them
    Sweet, salty, sour, spicy — cravings during pregnancy can run the gamut. While certain cravings may indicate a nutritional need, many can be attributed to the amped-up hormones coursing through your body. So what types of food (and non-food ite...
    Lindsay Hutton
  • The best skincare products for pregnancy
    Pregnant Life
    Real Moms Share Their Best Pregnancy Skincare Tips
    Editor's Note: This article contains Amazon affiliate links. That means we get a small commission if you click on a link to Amazon from our site and buy the product we feature. Before I got pregnant with my first, I'd heard tons of women rave ab...
    Laurie Mega
  • Exercise Safety During Pregnancy
    Simple Exercises You Can Do With Your Pregnant Partner
    A lot of dads-to-be probably have no idea what they're in for during pregnancy. I certainly didn't. But I learned quickly that it's ALL about your partner; as it should be. Trust me; there are many, MANY changes ahead once you have a newborn aro...
    Steven Auger
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    Ask an OB-GYN: Abdominal Cramping
    Abdominal cramping is common during pregnancy, but it can also indicate complications. Dr. Chloe Zera of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston lets you know what's normal and when you should call your doctor. ...
  • baby sleeping in crib next to parents bed
    Setting Up the Nursery
    Where Should Newborns Sleep?
    Have you decided where your new bundle of joy will sleep when she comes home? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends keeping your infant in the same room where you sleep (but not in the same bed) to greatly reduce the risk of Sudden ...
    Erin Dower
  • AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Could Be Healthy
    AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Can Be Healthy
    When it comes to screen time and kids, it isn't all bad news. The American Academy of Pediatrics offers guidelines on how to make screen time healthy and educational.
    Curious World
  • Pregnant Life
    Ask an OB-GYN: Urinary and Vaginal Problems
    Are urinary and vaginal problems more common during pregnancy? Dr. Chloe Zera of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston answers this question and lets you know when you should call your doctor. ...
  • Beauty Products and Pregnancy
    Ask an OB-GYN: Beauty Routines to Avoid
    Now that you're pregnant, are there certain beauty products or routines you should be avoiding? Dr. Chloe Zera of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston lets you know. ...
  • Food Cravings
    Ask An OB-GYN: The Most Common Cravings
    What are the most common pregnancy cravings doctors hear about? Dr. Chloe Zera of Brigham and Women's Hospital shares her list and gives some examples of cravings that may be cause for concern. ...
  • human embryo at 5 weeks and 4 days
    Week 6 of Pregnancy
    You are 5 Weeks and 4 Days Pregnant
    Your baby todayThis image shows just how curled up the embryo is at this stage. The head end of the embryo is on the right. The embryo now has 22 pairs of somites (building blocks of the musculoskeletal system) running along the back. ...
  • Signs and Symptoms
    Ask an OB-GYN: The First Signs of Pregnancy
    Dr. Chloe Zera of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston lists the first signs pregnancy you may experience. ...
  • best birthing playlist
    Pregnant Life
    How to Create the Best Birthing Playlist for Every Kind of Mom
    If you're expecting soon, you've probably done all you can to prepare for the birth. Take classes. Check! Pack hospital bag. Check! Prepare freezer meals. Check! But have you made a birthing playlist to play while you're in labor? A recent study ...
    Rebecca Desfosse
  • Pregnancy fall fashion
    Clothing Fashions
    Pregnancy Fashion: What's Hot for Fall
    Pregnancy is beautiful—you're growing a life inside of you and have all these new, sexy curves. As for clothing, you don't need to don floral muumuu's as your belly expands. Pregnancy fashion does indeed exist. You can still look fabulous, ...
    Rachel Sokol
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    Week 9 of Pregnancy
    You are 8 Weeks and 5 Days Pregnant
    Your baby todayThe development of the baby's lower limbs always lags slightly behind that of the upper limbs. At this stage, the toes are not distinct and the legs are not yet bending at the knee. ...
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    Fact Monster - a safe online educational space for kids

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  • The Best Yoga Positions for Pregnancy
    Exercise Safety During Pregnancy
    The Best Yoga Positions for Pregnancy
    Pregnancy is a wonderful time but it can be physically challenging. Yoga is a great, gentle way of calming the body and mind while keeping loose and maybe helping some of the common aches and pains that carrying a baby brings. Below are a few gre...
    Laura Richards