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Pregnancy after Age 35

Pregnancy after Age 35 Even though women are often told that age is “only a number”, it is something to consider if you are pregnant. It’s not uncommon for women to wait until their middle to late thirties to start planning a family, and most will enjoy a healthy pregnancy. There are still a few risks associated with later pregnancies, but if you follow
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Does ALL Milk Really Do a Body Good?

Does ALL Milk Really Do a Body Good? Who doesn’t love a milk mustache? From the time you were a small child, your mom probably told you to “finish drinking your milk, missy!” Which makes total sense, since milk makes you grow big and strong, right? Well, mom, that might not be entirely true. Though milk is far healthier than popping open a can
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Where Has All the Good Food Gone?

Where Has All the Good Food Gone? And why our food is lacking in nutrition when moms need it most… From the moment you see those two pink lines on a pregnancy test, most moms experience that surreal moment when you realize that there is a baby, your baby, now sharing your body with you. All of a sudden, gone are the evening glasses
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Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga Pregnancy Yoga Video Transcript:  Birth is an incredible journey, one that with preparation of your mind your body and your soul can be a powerful and beautiful experience. An experience that will positively influence you and your child for years to come. By preparing not only your body but also your mind, labor will be easier by quieting your fears and relieving
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Vitamin Deficiencies During Pregnancy

Vitamin Deficiencies During Pregnancy Following a sound, well-balanced nutritional program should cover most of your vitamin needs during your pregnancy, though it is vital to ensure you are consuming enough of the following vitamins in particular: Vitamin D: This Vitamin is vital when it comes to regulating and absorbing calcium and phosphorous, which are vital for the development of your baby’s bones and teeth; Vitamin D
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Eating For A Healthy Pregnancy

Eating Healthy for Pregnancy Eating healthy during pregnancy is very important both in maintaining the mother’s health and ensuring the baby grows and develops without any problems. On average, you should be eating about 300 more calories per day than you did before you became pregnant. This means that most women can expect to gain between 1 and 5 pounds in the first trimester,
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Coping with an Eating Disorder during Pregnancy

Coping with an Eating Disorder during Pregnancy As many as 4% of women suffer from anorexia or bulimia, with the rates of binge-eating disorder believed to be even higher(1). While disordered eating is a risk factor for infertility(2), as carrying too little or too much weight can disrupt your menstrual cycle, it is still possible to fall pregnant before you have made a recovery. Even
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9 Months In The Womb

9 Months In The Womb: A Remarkable Look At Fetal Development Through Ultrasound From conception to birth, take a unique look at fetal transformation during nine months in the womb. Created by Ultrasound Dimensions and

5 Pregnancy Dos and Donts!

5 Pregnancy Do’s and Don’ts! Although there are many do’s and don’ts for you to think about Today I want to share with you our top 5 choices for pregnancy Do’s and Don’ts! Lets start off with Pregnancy Dos: 1. Do take a supplement There are certain nutrients that are essential for your growing baby. Vitamin D, K, and the B vitamin biotin can
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Book Review: Mommy IQ: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy by Rosie Pope

Book Review: Mommy IQ: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy by Rosie Pope Enter below to win 1 of 5 copies! a Rafflecopter giveaway Rosie Pope is the star of Bravo’s hit show Pregnant in Heels. As well as owning the luxury maternity fashion brand, Rosie Pope Maternity, Rosie also offers a mommy concierge service, MomPrep, to millionaire mommies in New York. As part of
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