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This workout will make anyone sweat, but is specifically made for moms and is easy to modify.
A recent study is making pregnant women question if a flu vaccine is still safe. Obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Brittany Denny addresses the concerns.
Pediatrician Dr. Scovell dispels the myth that you can spoil an infant and offers tips for helping them grow into healthy toddlers.
Swelling can occur anytime during pregnancy, but is especially common after the halfway mark. A ProMedica OB/Gyn shares tips to keep swelling at bay.
Nausea and vomiting is common for women at the start of their pregnancies. Dr. Litt explains the possible cause and tips for reducing symptoms.
Sharing a room for at least six months may help keep babies safe. Dr. Patton explains and shares other safe sleep guidelines.
Many moms notice their hair falling out more than usual after giving birth. Our obstetrician shares why this is a normal reaction for women.
Amanda spent more time in the NICU than she wanted, first at birth and then with her daughters. Now she's using her experiences to care for others as a nurse.
Physical therapist Bryon Renwand shares the plan that worked for his wife to regain strength and mobility after her C-section.
All pregnant women should work with their doctors, but those over 40 have a higher risk for complications.
Having a child with an egg allergy can be scary for parents. Here's how blogger Serena Smith is coping with potlucks and meal planning.
It's recommended that babies be exclusively breastfed for the first six months. Here's why and how communities should support the effort.