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    Yahoo Health

  • 5 Ways to Lower Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease

    21 Oct 2014 | 4:11 pm
    New research suggests aluminum exposure contributes to dementia, but there is plenty you can do to lower your risk. 
  • 8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:33 pm
    Spinach It may be green and leafy, but spinach is no nutritional wallflower, and you know from reading Eat This, Not That! . This noted muscle builder  is a rich source of plant-based omega-3s and folate , which help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis. Bonus: Folate  also increases blood flow to the nether regions, helping to protect you against age-related sexual issues. And spinach is packed with lutein , a compound that fights macular degeneration (and may help your sex drive).
  • Your Brain Is Wired to Favor Junk Food — 4 Ways to Override It

    21 Oct 2014 | 11:08 am
    “Obesity is a problem of choice,” said neurologist Alain Dagher. “We need to think of the brain as being central to obesity.”  (Photo by Renée Comet/Stockfood) Tempted to munch on potato chips instead of carrot sticks?
  • Long Considered a Threat, Viagra May Help Treat Heart Disease

    21 Oct 2014 | 10:57 am
    The ‘little blue pill’ that has long been known to increase sexual performance in men could also be used as a safe treatment for heart disease, according to a new study.
  • Cell Transplant Helps Paralyzed Man Walk With Frame

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation, involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient’s spinal cord and constructing a “nerve bridge” between two stumps of the damaged spinal column. "We believe… this procedure is the breakthrough which, as it is further developed, will result in a historic change in the currently hopeless outlook for people disabled by spinal cord injury," said Geoffrey Raisman, a professor at University College London’s (UCL) institute of neurology, who led the…
 
 
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  • Microhippie

    Julie
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:57 am
    I have five minutes before I leave for the dentist, where I will be scrupulously honest about exactly how often I floss, so this is going to be what the young 'uns call a microblog. I just wanted to record a few recent observations about life at Hippie Do As You Please School. Charlie is learning to weld. A parent brings in, I don't know, a travel forge or something, sets it up in a convenient alcove, and...teaches kids to weld. On welding days Charlie comes home incandescent with happiness, full of stories of what thing he welded to what other thing. (The stories...are kind of short:…
  • Que la raison ne connaît point

    Julie
    12 Sep 2014 | 9:21 am
    This "news" is not new, now eight months old, but I just saw it this week: IVF technology is overused and has health risks for babies, landmark article in British Medical Journal argues Women should ensure they have exhausted all options before resorting to IVF, according to international experts concerned the procedure is being overused. [...] Fifteen global experts co-wrote the article expressing concern over what they say is the liberal use of IVF in many countries. The article warns extended use of IVF increases the risk of harm, with multiple pregnancies associated with…
  • Songs of Innocence and of Experience

    Julie
    1 Sep 2014 | 9:42 am
    You know, Ben's morbid bent doesn't surprise me anymore. Over spring break we rented an apartment in Boston, the better to let Charlie mingle with his people. As Ben and I explored the neighborhood together, he noticed a cemetery."It's convenient that our apartment is near a graveyard," he said conversationally, "in case one of us dies during this vacation." He wouldn't drop the subject until I promised to take him there — but not that night, I told him, since we needed to get back for dinner. "Tomorrow," he specified. Sure, I said.
  • Nor custom stale

    Julie
    7 Feb 2014 | 6:49 am
    Rough morning. Charlie's rocking and rolling, objecting to everything, construing even the mildest guiding word as a slur against his honouuuur. After sixty or seventy gentle remonstrances, quiet redirections, and calm changes of subject, I'm starting to lose my cool. I finally fling away my patience with both hands and tell him to go, just gooooooooooo. GO get in the CAR before I go all cannibal hamster and eat my tender pink young. His parting salvo is "Ben never has to get sent anywhere when he's behaving badly!" The door slams and Ben runs over to it. Ben, you see,…
  • Short list, long post

    Julie
    9 Jan 2014 | 11:12 am
    A Brief List of What Has Improved Since Charlie Started at Hippie Do As You Please School Everything There. See you again in six months! ...Perhaps I'll get more specific. But first I'll have to work hard to cast my mind back to where we were at the end of second grade. It's a little hard to remember, because human consciousness mercifully retains only the outlines of past agony instead of actually recreating the sensation of repeatedly dropping an anvil on your foot every time you recall it. Just, K through 2 were hell on a pedicure, is all I'll say about that. This…
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    Stella Maternity News

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton Expecting a New Baby in April!

    21 Oct 2014 | 9:04 am
    The royal family announced a due date of April for Prince William and Kate Middleton's second child.  The couples first child, Prince George, celebrated his 1st birthday in July. Kate continues to suffer with an acute form of morning sickness that she also experienced during her first pregnancy.  The palace issued a statement that "her condition is steadily improving,"William and Kate have said that if the baby is a girl, they are planning on naming her Elizabeth Diana Windsor, in honor of William's mother.  
  • Pregnant Blake Lively Glowing in a Lilac Gown on the Red Carpet!

    17 Oct 2014 | 8:29 am
    This is Blake Lively's first appearance on the red carpet since she announced her pregnancy with husband Ryan Reynolds.  On October 16th, Lively showed her growing bump at the God’s Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards in New York City.  I think she looks absolutely amazing in this gorgeous stretch tulle shimmering gown from Michael Kors.  Blake told US Weekly, “I’m going to amp up my style by wearing things that are stretchier, cause that’s all that fits!”   Simply Stunning!
  • 15 Funny Maternity Halloween Costumes!

    15 Oct 2014 | 8:04 am
    I love Halloween!  Here is our list of 15 awesomely funny maternity Halloween Costumes that we found online and on Pinterest.  You can check out even more on our Pinterest Maternity Halloween Costumes Board!Happy Haunting Mamas!1. Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball.  This is just too clever!2. Pregnant Housewife and the Milkman.  Retro and so funny!3.  Beer Belly pregnancy Halloween Costume.  I just love this one!4.  Basketball player.  Love the pose!5. I eat small children.  This maternity costume is sure to scare the little ones!6.  Prego spaghetti…
  • Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes chose a name for their new baby girl!

    10 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes named their new baby girl Esmeralda Amada Gosling. Amada is also the name of a Mendes' character in 2007's "We Own the Night."Ryan and Eva were secretive about their pregnancy and quietly welcomed a baby girl in September. Congratulations!  
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    9 Oct 2014 | 10:31 am
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    HisBoysCanSwim: Pregnancy Blog, Forums, And Pregnancy Message Boards

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  • Advice For Making The Most Of Your Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:29 am
    It is natural to become pregnant, but that does not make the experience any less scary or confusing. There are so many changes going on in your body. Thankfully, there is an abundant amount of information on this topic to help expected mothers and fathers. Here are a few tips to get you started. Remember […]
  • Terrific Tips For Being Your Best During Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    19 Oct 2014 | 12:07 am
    By getting the proper care when pregnant, mom can be as healthy as baby. Below are some excellent tips for a happy and healthy pregnancy. Are you having a baby? Are you going to breastfeed? Do you want to be able to breastfeed in public? Nursing clothing is designed to help with this very issue! […]
  • Midwife Or Doctor? Things You Should Consider

    Nemrod Kedem
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:50 pm
    Even women who’ve been pregnant in the past may get emotional and stressed out when pregnant. If you know exactly how to handle the issues that can arise in your pregnancy (and to identify any warning signs) you will be just fine. Keep reading for advice and tips for parents to be. Be sure to […]
  • Waiting For Your Baby: A Guide On How To Handle Your Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    14 Oct 2014 | 4:58 pm
    Whether this is your first pregnancy, subsequent pregnancy, or you are simply thinking about becoming pregnant, these tips can help you. Keep in mind that every mother experiences pregnancy in a different way. You should read this article to get a better idea of what you should expect. To get better sleep while pregnant, make […]
  • Pregnancy Is A Beautiful Time, Use These Tips To Help

    Nemrod Kedem
    12 Oct 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Pregnancy is a milestone experience that ends with a new life. You will also experience drastic changes in your mind and body. By using the suggestions that follow, you’ll be able to better focus on the things that matter to you the most. To help you be able sleep through the night plan your water […]
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    Baby Making Machine

  • When to reveal the Disney surprise?: He says/ She says

    Jennifer Borget
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:33 am
    We’re eagerly planning (ok well, I’m doing most of the planning, but we’re both excited about) a trip to Disney World in February. It’ll be Lil’ J’s (and of course Big T’s) first time there, and my first time in about 20 years. Ever since we locked in the dates of our trip I’ve been thinking non-stop about what we’re going to do, where we’ll eat, what rides we’ll go on and what Princesses to meet. I’m wise enough to know I need to keep a “loose plan” because hello!… We’ll be traveling with two…
  • What makes someone beautiful? She says/ She says

    Jennifer Borget
    17 Oct 2014 | 1:45 pm
    She says: Mom, why are you wearing makeup? She says: Because I’m getting ready for work. She says: Oh, does it make you feel pretty? She says: Sometimes… But makeup isn’t what makes us beautiful is it? She saysNooooo! She says: That’s right. What do you think makes someone beautiful? She says: Pretty dresses. She says: You know what I think makes someone beautiful? She says: What? She says: When someone is nice to people, and helps other people smile. She says: And makeup! … Just kidding. *laughs* Right now anything sparkly, glittery, yellow or shiny catches…
  • If I had to choose one kid…

    Jennifer Borget
    16 Oct 2014 | 4:29 am
    Many years ago I often wondered if parents were just being nice when they said they couldn’t choose a favorite child, or when said they loved them each for different reasons. Yea yea, you’re just trying to be politically correct, I’d think. But really, tell me who you like best, I promise I won’t tell anyone. Now that I have two kids of my own I have something to say about picking a favorite. Actually, I regularly find myself choosing one over the other. And I wouldn’t be surprised if most other parents do this too. It goes something like this: He says: Oh you’re going to the…
  • How I learned a little souvenir can make a big difference

    Jennifer Borget
    15 Oct 2014 | 4:22 am
    Whenever I go out of town I promise my daughter I’ll bring her something back. It’s a sort of consolation for me leaving her for a couple of days. She can’t stand when I’m away, and now I even catch her “writing letters” and saying prayers demanding that I take her with me whenever I go out of town. She and I have traveled on many trips together, but when we can’t, I try to bring her something back. And recently I discovered this means more to her than I had ever realized. A couple of months ago I went on a trip to Aurora, New York to take a tour of Fisher-Price, the classic toy…
  • Coming soon…

    Jennifer Borget
    13 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    First off, if you’re reading in an email or reader, pop on over to my blog and check out my new digs. I decided a redesign was in order and hired Sarah to help me spruce up the place once again. I’m also loving my new slogan if I say so myself. I’ve added new tabs and pages that hopefully will keep things a bit more organized. Let me know what you think! Next, I knew from birth that both of my children were going to be a handful.–When it came to their hair that is. They each came out with a head full of hair and it keeps growing at what seems like a super-human…
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  • CDC Latest Information on Ebola Virus

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    2 Oct 2014 | 10:55 am
    Here is the latest information from CDC regarding the Ebola Virus. http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6339a4.htm?s_cid=mm6339a4_e Guinea appears to have the highest number of cases. Let’s pray that this epidemic is contained quickly.
  • Joan Rivers’ Death Could Have Been Prevented and Kanye’s Mom as Well

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    8 Sep 2014 | 2:37 pm
    We all know that death is an inevitable part of life, but sometimes errors in human judgment makes it happen too soon . I loved Joan Rivers because she was a straight shooter and originally from my hometown of Brooklyn, New York. People from Brooklyn don’t bite their tongues and I’m not going to bite […]
  • Pregnant and He Doesn’t Want the Baby? Please Watch the Video. It Could Possibly Save Your Life.

    Linda Burke-Galloway
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:45 am
    Another pregnant  woman went missing and may not return. Erin Corwin was a military wife whose husband was very excited about her pregnancy; her neighbor, Christopher Lee, was not. Lee took Corwin on a hunting trip and was never seen again. Do you know what the leading cause of death is for pregnant women? The […]
  • What Does a Stillbirth Look Like?

    Linda Burke-Galloway
    12 Aug 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Stillbirth. A condition I’ve been battling to prevent my entire professional career and a word that literally gives me nightmares. Everyone knows that a pregnant woman shouldn’t carry a baby for nine months only to experience the absence of its cry and movement at the moment of its birth. No one is ever prepared for […]
  • Pregnancy for Sale

    Linda Burke-Galloway
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
      Being told that your body will never be able to reproduce is beyond painful – I’ve been there. But should procreation become a business at any cost? In a recent New York Times article, we are introduced to a gay couple from Portugal who became parents through surrogacy because it was illegal in their […]
 
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  • Product Review: File-It Calendar by Andrea Lythgoe

    Darlene MacAuley
    5 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    Our guest blogger today is doula and childbirth educator Andrea Lythgoe of Pampered Birth. Today, Andrea shares with readers how she got her business receipts organized with a product called “File-it Calendars”. For the first five years, my doula business finances were a mess! I was getting plenty of births, but I had no idea if I was making a profit, how much, and when it came to the end of the year, figuring out my expenses for tax time was just awful! And then I stumbled on a product that has solved all most of my accounting problems. It’s called the “File-it” calendar, and…
  • Life After Training – Part 3: Learn about Business Ownership

    Darlene MacAuley
    24 Mar 2014 | 9:30 am
    In Part 2, I shared some resources to help you determine the state and federal requirements necessary to start your birth business in your area. In Part 3, I will take a look at business classes for small business owners. Enroll in Small Business Classes Live Classes. If you are starting a business for the very first time, you may find it valuable to take some live courses for small business owners. You may be able to find a comprehensive class series that covers everything from business planning to marketing to basic bookkeeping. Or, you can take classes ala carte, based on what you want to…
  • Life After Training – Part 2: Research Requirements to Start Business

    Darlene MacAuley
    24 Mar 2014 | 8:40 am
    In Part 1, I discussed ways to build your business support team as a means to move you forward in creating your birth business. Today, I will provide a few resources to help you determine what you need to know about in order to start your business in your particular state. Research the Federal and State Requirements to Start a Business State Requirements. Each state has its own requirements and laws for starting a business. Some may require you obtain a business license, while others may only require you register your business name. If you are planning to sell any products along with your…
  • Life After Training – Part 1: Build Your Support System

    Darlene MacAuley
    24 Mar 2014 | 8:29 am
    After coming down from the high of attending a your training workshop to be a doula or childbirth educator, or finishing your schooling and getting your degree, license or certification, are you asking yourself what to do next? If you have not owned a business before, navigating these uncharted waters can be overwhelming. In this three-part series, I’ll discuss some of the basics to help get you started. Some of these topics, especially in the early phases of your business, are not fun or glamorous. However, this process is very similar to building a home – the cement slab is not…
  • Resource: Childbirth Education Class Materials by Plumtree Baby

    Darlene MacAuley
    9 Oct 2011 | 12:14 pm
    There are independent childbirth educators who choose to develop their own childbirth classes, as well as doulas who wish to offer their clients childbirth education as part of their services. A common challenge for these birth professionals is the desire to develop a comprehensive curriculum that meets the needs of a broad audience, is current, professional-looking and aesthetically pleasing. Julie Olson and Michelle Kettleborough, doulas and childbirth educators from Denver, Colorado, are the creators of Plumtree Baby. Together, Julie and Michelle have developed a set of teaching resources…
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  • Our Blog Has Moved!

    Karen
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:30 pm
      We can’t even begin to tell you how excited/nervous we are to start a new adventure!  We have moved to a new site WWW.KANDJDIARIES.COM My Chic Bump will always have a special place in our hearts.  This has been such an amazing experience for us and we are ready to take it to the next level!  We hope you will follow us on our new journey! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to be the first to know about giveaways, special announcements and daily journal entries.  See you soon on K&J Diaries! XOXO, Karen & Jessica Ps:  Our social media has changed names too!  Follow us on…
  • September Wish List

    Karen
    2 Sep 2014 | 9:33 am
      1   |   2   |   3   |   4   |    5   |   6   |   7   |   8   |   9   |   10   |   11   |   12   |   13   |   14   |   15 Wow, is it September already?!  The year is going by so fast.  Mark your calendars ladies.. September 8th is the BIG DAY!  Our site will have a whole new look, lots of fun features and many BIG changes!   We cannot wait to share it with you soon. XOXO K&J The post September Wish List appeared first on mychicbump.
  • A Birth Story: Britain

    Karen
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:10 pm
    We became parents again on June 5th. Truly the best day. The night before I remember lying in bed so anxious, excited and completely unaware of the time because it didn’t matter, I was having a baby TOMORROW! So many thoughts were running through my mind, what will he look like, will he be healthy, and are we really no longer going to be a family of 3. The excitement was almost too much to handle! I finally got some sleep and jumped into the shower eyeing my belly that would soon be gone. I had grown quite attached to it actually, as odd as it may sound. It was a part of me and one I…
  • In The Mood

    Karen
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:09 pm
    This pretty dress has been sitting in my closet for a few days and the unexpected weather here in Utah prevented us from taking pictures of this outfit!  But thank goodness today the sky finally cleared up a little bit just for us Every time I looked at the Liberty Print Maternity T-Shirt Dress by Isabella Oliver I had a different idea on how I wanted to style it.  After going over the options with my ever so stylish and classy sister Karen (aka blogging partner), we decided to go for a look that was a little more edgy.  This might sound like a lot of work but it’s not!  We LOVE…
  • Currently Craving + A Little Blog Update

    Karen
    20 Aug 2014 | 3:41 pm
      1    |    2    |    3    |    4    |    5    |    6    |    7    |    8    |    9    |    10    |    11    |    12    |    13    |    14    |    15    |    16    |    17 Hello darlings!  Earlier this morning we posted on Instagram a sneak peek on an upcoming project and we also announced something we have been waiting to do for a long long time… a makeover for our webpage!!  Oh my goodness.  Our new look is legit.  It represents what we are about and who we truly are!  We cannot wait for you to see.  Thank you,…
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  • Healthy Weight During Pregnancy With Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa Waldman
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Weight management during pregnancy might seem like an oxymoron, but weight management doesn’t just apply to weight loss. Weight management has as much to do with proper weight gain, especially during pregnancy, and maintaining a healthy weight overall than anything else. Weight gain during pregnancy is very normal and actually healthy for your baby. There […] The post Healthy Weight During Pregnancy With Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Management Of Gestational Diabetes: Steps To Take Gestational Diabetes Treatment:…
  • Healthy Exercise Tips For Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa Waldman
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    You are probably aware that being healthy is more than just eating the right foods and following up with your doctor. Especially if you have gestational diabetes, you definitely have to do those things, but there is more to it. You also need to get some exercise. Exercising when you are pregnant, especially in the […] The post Healthy Exercise Tips For Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Exercise During Pregnancy Treating Gestational Diabetes – What Should I Do for a Healthy Baby? Part 2 Gestational Diabetes Guidelines: 3…
  • Planning A Baby Shower Cake With Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa Waldman
    6 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    There are very few things more fun than a great baby shower. If the mother-to-be has gestational diabetes, you might need to make a few changes in the menu, but there is no reason you cannot still have a fantastic baby shower. The baby shower cake might be something you are worrying about for a […] The post Planning A Baby Shower Cake With Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Planning Foods For Your Baby Shower With Gestational Diabetes Will I Still Have Gestational Diabetes After The Baby Is Born? Gestational Diabetes Meal…
  • Tips for Dining Out with Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa Waldman
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Dining out with gestational diabetes can sometimes loses its charm. The huge portions, rich sauces, and decadent desserts sometimes feel like they are just taunting you. However, whether it is a special night out, a gathering with friends, or one of those days where you’re just too tired to cook, everyone dines out once in […] The post Tips for Dining Out with Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Healthy Exercise Tips For Gestational Diabetes Gestational Diabetes Guidelines: 3 Tips To Get Started Right! How to Plan…
  • How to Plan Gestational Diabetes Friendly Snacks

    Dorsa Waldman
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Snacks are an important part of anyone’s healthy diet, but especially when you are eating for more than just yourself. Your gestational diabetes diet includes recommendations as well as restrictions on what you can and should not eat. Planning ahead helps you make the best decisions possible to keep your blood sugar levels balanced. Know […] The post How to Plan Gestational Diabetes Friendly Snacks appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Gestational Diabetes Meal Planning Basics Tips for Dining Out with Gestational Diabetes Getting Started with…
 
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  • Is There a Link Between Fertility Meds & Breast Cancer?

    Deborah Smith
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:51 pm
    Women, who are unable to conceive by natural means, may be prescribed fertility medications to increase their likelihood of conceiving. However, some past studies had associated the use of fertility medications with an increased risk for developing breast cancer. Recently, a large study concluded that there was no such link between the two. Fertility medications work similar to a woman’s hormones, and stimulate the release of eggs from the ovaries. These medications may be used alone or in conjunction with other types of assisted reproductive technologies, such as in vitro fertilization…
  • All About Fertility Drugs – Info from a Colorado Fertility Center

    Deborah Smith
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:49 pm
    Fertility drugs are medications that work by causing the release of hormones in the female human body. Once these hormones are released, they can jump start ovulation, or in some cases, regulate it back to normal. These drugs are the primary treatment for women who have ovulation problems. The medicine can be injected or taken orally. There are numerous infertility medications and keeping up with the names of them can be difficult. However, these drugs are necessary for women who are having conception and infertility issues, even when using assisted reproductive techniques, such as in vitro…
  • An Overview of Blocked Fallopian Tubes

    Deborah Smith
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:18 pm
    A blockage of a fallopian tube can prevent an egg from reaching the sperm, and a fertilized egg may not reach the uterus due to a blockage. Many times, people will seek surgery for this infertility issue if the location of the blockage in fallopian tube is not operable. There are now microsurgical techniques used for some tubal procedures. Some women will have the laparoscopy procedure, which is done by cutting a very small incision, but some will want the open abdominal surgery. Additionally, the surgeon doing these procedures has had special training in microsurgical techniques and…
  • What are Some of the Threats to Female Fertility

    Deborah Smith
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:36 pm
    With increasing numbers of young female survivors following cytotoxic cancer treatments, the issue of fertility preservation is ever more important. This is due to ovarian aging and cytotoxic treatments, since these are the most common causes for fertility loss in women. One recent study shows that phthalates (chemicals found in plastics and hundreds of household and personal items) are harmful to women who are trying to become pregnant. Exposure to these chemicals can also affect the male fertility, as well. Many women are being affected by the phthalates. In one study, over 200 hundred…
  • Ectopic Pregnancy Explained by a Denver Fertility Clinic

    Deborah Smith
    28 Sep 2014 | 5:05 pm
    A fertilized egg needs to attach itself to the uterine lining for normal pregnancy to ensue. Ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilized egg attaches outside the uterus, typically within the Fallopian tubes. Pregnancy resulting from attachment of the fertilized egg to the tube is also known as tubal pregnancy. The other places where an ectopic pregnancy can happen include the abdominal cavity, ovary, or cervix. Almost 20 in every 1,000 pregnancies are ectopic in nature. The fertilized egg would not be able to sustain itself following an ectopic pregnancy. If this condition is not treated…
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  • Diarrhea during pregnancy

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:58 pm
    Diarrhea during pregnancy should be taken seriously. Diarrhea is when you have two or more loose bowel movement in a 24 hour period. It can be deadly if steps are not taken to make sure you are well hydrated.   What causes diarrhea during pregnancy ?   Diarrhea during pregnancy is caused by a lot […] The post Diarrhea during pregnancy appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Sleep Apnea In Babies

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:42 am
    What is sleep apnea ?   Sleep apnea is serious disorder in which there is a repeated pause in the breathing pattern during sleep. There are 3 types of sleep apnea. These are : obstructive sleep  apnea  OSA, which is caused by an obstruction in the airway central apnea, which is when the part of the […] The post Sleep Apnea In Babies appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Pap Smear During Pregnancy

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:25 am
    A pap smear is a test done to look for changes in the cervix that may indicate cervical cancer or conditions that may develop into cancer. This test does not diagnose cervical cancer. It however detects 95% of cervical cancers at a stage that cannot be seen with the naked eye.     When should […] The post Pap Smear During Pregnancy appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Pregnancy symptoms you should not ignore

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:22 am
    Pregnancy is an exciting and emotional time especially when it is your first baby. Even though most women have healthy pregnancies , there are some pregnancy symptoms you should not ignore . You might be tempted to ignore these signs especially if you don’t know they signal bigger complications ahead. Knowing and monitoring these complications […] The post Pregnancy symptoms you should not ignore appeared first on oohsNcoos.
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    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:23 am
    As your delivery date approaches, you feel that Braxton hicks which are painless, infrequent contractions become more frequent and intense. However  unlike true labor, false labor does not progress and eventually stops.     What is false labor ?   False labor are irregular and unpredictable contractions. This type of labor does not progress and these contractions […] The post False Labor appeared first on oohsNcoos.
 
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    Rohit Dogra
    5 Oct 2014 | 10:36 pm
    Most men’ s are around the world face a problem of erectile dysfunction. Treatment for men unable to have an erection took a great leap forward when the first oral erectile dysfunction medication, vaigra (sildenafil) was discover in 1998. But there have been cross with one step recently in a host of other Erectile Dysfunction treatment, ranging from over – the – counter pumps to the surgical implants and suppositories. In this article we explain the 6 ways to treat erectile dysfunction, and also provide some easy steps to treat erectile dysfunction in early stage. The important ways…
  • “Swachch Bharat Abhiyan”, Known and Unknown facts

    Rohit Dogra
    2 Oct 2014 | 9:43 pm
    Our Prime Minister Narinder Modi, started cleanliness mission has been began through the red fort and the place of the United Nation General Assembly,was launched Swachh Bharat Campaign, with the top politicians. Modi launched Swachh Bharat mission from Raj path in new Delhi on 2 Oct. This mission is launched on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The mission of Swacch Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Mission is to make cleanliness a mass movement. On 2 Oct people remember Mahatma Gandhi, that day is perfect to launch this Swacch Bharat Mission. Mahatma Gandhi is the man who throughout his…
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    Rohit Dogra
    27 Sep 2014 | 12:47 pm
    Most people around the world doing yoga on a regular basis for a beautiful body. Yoga provide many benefit for your better health of body and also the easy way to get graceful and gorgeous body and also. Yoga is not only works your entire body, front, back, from toes to finger tips, but also includes strengthening , twisting, and balancing. You will get grounded and build confidence. In this article we explain yoga for a beautiful body and also provide some yoga asanas. There are many yoga asanas, but the most important asanas for a beautiful body are following. Important Yoga Asanas For A…
  • 10 Best Foods For Your Heart

    Rohit Dogra
    25 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Most people are around the world suffer from many heart diseases. Heart diseases patient are increasing every year. Your heart is very important piece of equipment,so it is your best interest to take good care of it. In this article we explain 10 best foods for your heart, which provide help you to keep your better health of your heart and also give help to control your cholesterol level. There are many good foods, but the 10 best foods for your heart are following. Top 10 Best Foods For Your Heart Top 10 Best Foods For Your Heart 1. Oatmeal You should start your day with a steaming bowl of…
  • What Are The Best Child Health Day Activities

    Rohit Dogra
    23 Sep 2014 | 12:21 pm
    Child Health Day is a day to learn and concentrate on the health of children. It also increase awareness of what parents adults can do help to raise the better health of their children. The Child health day is celebrated on first Monday of October every year.This day is an official observance in the United States. It’s not an official holiday, but many schools, hospital and   government agencies observe the day with special programs. In this article we explain what are the best child health day activities. There are many acclivities does on child health day. The most important activities…
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