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Pregnancy is exciting – and with all of the physical and emotional changes on the way, there are surely many questions you will want answered. For information on what’s happening now, check out Pregnancy Week by Week. Looking for the perfect baby name? Use our Baby Name Finder! And don’t miss the articles, videos, and checklists for more to learn and love!

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Heartburn

It is not uncommon for women to get heartburn during pregnancy. Many women begin getting this acid reflux during the second half of their pregnancy. Heartburn is a ve ... More


Chemical Pregnancy: What Is It, and What Are the Risks?

It is estimated that about 50-60% of first pregnancies are chemical pregnancies. Chemical pregnancies, or early miscarriages, happen before five week ... More


CHD: The Most Common of Birth Defects

The heart is an amazing organ. Immediately after conception, the heart begins to develop. It starts out as just a simple tube, but over eight weeks, it divides and twists itself in ... More

More Workplaces Are Giving Employees Miscarriage Leave

It's a nightmare scenario that so many women have faced: miscarrying their pregnancy and ...
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Flu Season: When Should You and Your Baby Get the Flu Shot?

With the approach of cold and flu season, most parents are interested in doing everything ...
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What to Do When Your Friend Miscarries and You Don’t

There’s nothing more exciting than when you and a friend are pregnant at the same time. ...
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What to Do When You’re Scared to Give Birth

Early in pregnancy, most women worry about what they should and shouldn't be doing to ...
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Why SeaWorld is the Perfect Pregnancy Vacation Destination

When I decided to take a special mother-daughter trip before baby #5 arrived on the scene ...
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New Guidelines Say Postpartum Moms Need More Frequent Checkups After Baby

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