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  • State briefs: Pregnant mom, unborn child, die in Houston wreck

    23 May 2015 | 6:12 pm
    … wife who was seven months pregnant and injuring their 10-month-old child … Saturday crash. Police say the woman was riding in the back …
  • Tema General Hospital To Lose More Pregnant Women If ...

    23 May 2015 | 5:29 pm
    … General Hospital (TGH) fears more pregnant women would die on admission if … improved. Sixteen women has so far died due to pregnancy complications at … instead of lying on beds, women sit in chairs during labour … delivery. According to the Director, pregnant women who needed surgery also have …
  • Bariatric surgery helps woman, 37, overcome obesity

    23 May 2015 | 4:51 pm
    … applies to adult men and women. Madam Siti had it done … because they thought I was pregnant." In 2008, she found … fashionable clothes instead of "pregnant clothes"."I have …
  • German woman, 65, gives birth to quadruplets and now has 17 children

    23 May 2015 | 1:18 pm
    … birth to quadruplets after a pregnancy that was widely criticised by … in the 26th week of pregnancy. Their mother was doing well … Associated Press. She said the woman had signed a contract granting … that she decided to become pregnant again because her 9-year-old daughter …
  • 6 organs, including skin, of woman harvested...

    23 May 2015 | 1:16 pm
    … : The family of a 23-year-old pregnant woman has donated her organs after … Friday. The victim was six-months pregnant when a speeding vehicle hit … the option of continuing the pregnancy despite the mother's … . tnn The victim was six-months pregnant when a speeding vehicle hit …
 
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    HisBoysCanSwim: Pregnancy Blog, Forums, And Pregnancy Message Boards

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    Easy to Get Pregnant Blog

  • Top Tips And Advice For When You’re Expecting

    Nemrod Kedem
    19 May 2015 | 8:06 pm
    One of the most wonderful miracles in life is pregnancy. Every day, people around the world get the exciting news that they will soon become parents. Dealing with a pregnancy isn’t easy, however the information in this article will make it a bit easier. Cravings can be given in to once in a while. Your […]
  • Simple Things You Need To Know About Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    17 May 2015 | 7:02 pm
    In a short time, you’ll be holding a wiggling, smiling, crying baby. Being pregnant can bring on a roller coaster of emotions, good and bad. Tips like the ones in this article can help you when you start to feel anxious. They will help you feel better about your pregnancy. Is a baby coming? Are […]
  • Tips For Having A Healthy, Successful Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    9 May 2015 | 7:37 am
    Stress is common during pregnancy. All moms to be want a perfect pregnancy without any problems. You must make the effort to learn all about pregnancy for the good health of your unborn child. The piece that follows offers terrific tips for pregnant women. Try to get a bedtime routine going when you are pregnant, […]
  • Follow These Tips To Learn About Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    7 May 2015 | 2:58 am
    Pregnancy should be a happy and joyful part of your life. You have a lot of options if you want to protect your health during your pregnancy. Your own health is important, because how healthy you are affects the health of your unborn child. Use these tips to help you stay healthy and happy during […]
  • A Crash Course To Dealing With Pregnancy.

    Nemrod Kedem
    4 May 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Your comfort level during your pregnancy, both physical and mental, can be helped when you are knowledgeable about making the right choices for your new child. The more you learn, the healthier both you and your baby will be, so read on. Talk to your doctor if you wish to conceive. The doctor will help […]
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    Baby Making Machine

  • Disney World Salons vs Curly Hair: See Who Wins in My Bippity Boppity Boutique and Harmony Barber Shop Review

    Baby Making Mama
    22 May 2015 | 6:14 am
    When I was planning my family’s trip to Disney World I asked about “must-have” magical experiences that I should consider. I have no idea when we’ll be able to go again, so just in case, I wanted to get it all in on this trip. I wanted something that would be memorable, and significant. One of the experiences several people suggested was the Bippity Boppity Boutique. It’s like a makeover salon for little princesses where they can get their hair, nails and makeup done. Another was the Harmony Barber Shop for a kid’s first hair cut experience. I wasn’t keen on the hair cut…
  • Is Sunscreen Really Necessary? He Says/ She Says

    Baby Making Mama
    21 May 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Every summer when the pool opens the conversation I have with my husband goes something like this: She Says: Look! I got us some new sunscreen. He Says: Why?!! We have seven bottles already! She Says: Well sorry. We can never have too many anyway. Then we make trips to the pool, forget to put the sunscreen in the bag, or bring it but leave it at the pool. I buy more, rinse and repeat. This year however, it went a little different. For once, I DIDN’T buy a new bottle of sunscreen before our first trip to the pool. And I went to my husband to find out where he was stashing it all. She Says:…
  • If I could go back: 10 warnings I’d give myself before becoming a mom

    Baby Making Mama
    20 May 2015 | 8:02 am
    I started this blog almost seven years ago when I was starting to get baby fever, but wasn’t ready to be a mom quite yet. I thought by researching and asking lots of questions, I could prepare for what motherhood would be like and things I should know before becoming a mom. Let me just save any of you who are debating this very thing right now by saying that honey, there’s no way to truly prepare for what you’re in for. Here are 10 things I’d like to tell Jennifer, aka Future Mama of 2008. The Jennifer who thought she was learning all she could about preparing to be a mom before…
  • Hello, We Are a Multiracial Family… (In Case You Didn’t Notice)

    Baby Making Mama
    17 May 2015 | 9:22 pm
    Hi, I know I’ve been keeping this on the DL for the nearly 7-years I’ve had my blog but I think it’s time to just put it out there in the open… I have a multiracial family. SURPRISE! Some of you perceptive readers may have gathered this before today. I mean, sometimes I post pictures of this hot white guy who happens to be my husband, and as you can tell from my bio pic and whatnot, I’m black *gasp*. Yes, my husband and I are in an interracial marriage and we have two adorable biracial kids (who are adorable because they are adorable, not because they are biracial). I don’t…
  • Let’s take some PICTURES!: He says/ She says

    Baby Making Mama
    15 May 2015 | 12:11 pm
    The only thing more difficult than getting my husband to let me take a pictures of him, is getting him to take pictures for me. He says: What do you want for Mother’s Day? She says: I don’t know… Maybe a goPro? He says: A goPro? Why in the world do you need that? She says: To take cool underwater video of the kids! He says: … Are you being serious right now? She says: Ok fine, I want pictures with the kids. And you can’t complain! It’s not for a lack of effort. I mean he kinda tries, but he just isn’t sure what he’s doing… Bless his…
 
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    Inspired Birth Pros

  • 13 Resources for Free Childbirth Education Materials and Handouts

    Darlene MacAuley
    8 May 2015 | 4:45 am
    As a childbirth educator, you want to make your classes your own. However, there is no reason to completely re-invent the wheel. Here are 13 websites whose owners have generously published downloadable childbirth education handouts for your use. Be sure to read through each site to find out whether you need to contact any of the site owners prior to using the materials.  Also read through all articles that you plan to use thoroughly to ensure that all the information being shared is based on current research and evidence.   Classroom Handouts from ICEA – ICEA offers six different…
  • Tips for Getting Hired After the Doula Interview

    Darlene MacAuley
    27 Apr 2015 | 12:37 pm
    A new subscriber to my newsletter replied to one of my emails asking readers to share their challenges or questions about their business. Here is a note I received from Megan this morning: My biggest challenges are attracting new clients, nailing the interview, closing the sale. I want a response from potential clients within a week. Some never respond, and the ones that do say they want to hire me haven’t paid me in about three weeks. I am guessing I need to be clearer about time frames and putting the correct wording in my contract. With regard to responses from potential clients, I…
  • Blog Post Round-Up: All About Birth Doula Fees

    Darlene MacAuley
    10 Apr 2015 | 2:53 pm
      The most popular questions I receive have to do with getting more clients and growing a doula practice into a full-time business. Today I searched high and low on Pinterest to find blog posts written by birth professionals about setting doula fees. There are some smart number-crunching women out there, with creative suggestions and convincing positions! Here are some of the best posts I found: Stephanie of Living Lovely Birth Services wishes for doulas to be able to earn a living wage. She suggests a pricing structure that takes into account experience and the living wage of…
  • Bookkeeping Basics for Birth Pros

    Darlene MacAuley
    30 Jan 2015 | 9:30 am
      Do you know where the money from your business is coming and going? Do you have a system for keeping track of your expenses and a way to file your receipts? Keeping accurate financial records is important because it helps you to see where you are today in your business, and helps you create and move towards your future goals.  Here are some ways to help you create a basic bookkeeping system for organizing your records and tracking your business finances:   First Steps Here are some ways to help you create a basic system for organizing your records and tracking your business…
  • Marketing Tip – Make One New Contact A Week

    Darlene MacAuley
    23 Jan 2015 | 11:04 am
      Starting this week and each and every week, introduce yourself to at least one new business person. Within your community, consider talking to: Professionals in your field Birth professionals outside your field – if you are a doula, contact some midwives or a childbirth educator in your area. If you are a childbirth educator, introduce yourself to local birth doulas. Holistic Health Providers such as Naturopaths, Acupuncturists, Homeopaths, Chiropractors Bodywork Therapists such as Massage Therapists and Reiki Practitioners Owners of locally-owned baby stores, maternity stores,…
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    K & J Diaries

  • Top 5 Foundations

    jessica
    20 May 2015 | 8:08 am
    Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation-  By Far my favorite foundation.  I love how it looks on my skin.. the finish is in between a sheer glow and a sheer matte and I have never broke out while using it! Click HERE. Saint Laurent Le Teint Touche Eclat- If you are looking for an all day summer glow this is the right foundation for you! If you are oily skin and break out easily I would stay away from this one though! Click HERE. Estee Lauder Double Wear- This is a great full coverage foundation.  It’s more of a matte finish.  This is usually my go to foundation during the summer!
  • Happy Mother’s Day!

    jessica
    10 May 2015 | 8:32 pm
    I don’t know who I would be today without my children.  They are my light, my life, my everything.  Their love is kind and so pure.  What a blessing it is to be their mother.  I love the warmth of their embrace and the sweet wet kisses on my cheeks.  I never knew true love before them, and now their love is all I want everyday, all day.  I am so grateful to have a wonderful husband to share this wonderful family with, I’am also thankful for all that my own mother has taught me, for it is because of her love and her teachings that I am able to take care of my babies.  The…
  • Get firm skin and get rid of cellulite with this one step!

    jessica
    26 Apr 2015 | 11:17 pm
      I don’t know about you, but I would love to have firm legs and tummy! Have you heard of the Firming Body Contour Cream by NERIUM?!.. Well, it will BLOW YOUR MIND!!! It has the patented NAE-8 extract that can only be found in Nerium products, basically it helps smooth and tighten skin for a more toned appearance.  It works to improve the appearance of cellulite and dimples skin!  If you are a mommy reading this post.. I know how excited you must feel!! To be 100% honest, I have tried other creams before that promised to firm and I would use it for a few months and nothing.. But…
  • Making a statement

    jessica
    3 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Top: Gap    |    Pants: Gap    |    Shoes: Zara, similar here    |    Purse: Kate Spade    |    Sunglasses: Wildfox, similar here Easter is right around the corner! I am seeing pastel colors all over Instagram! So pretty.  Sunglasses are the best accessories to take your outfit to the next level! I have never thought of sunglasses like that before.  My only use for them was to block the sun from my eyes when driving.  I also enjoy using pretty sunglasses when I am wearing little to no makeup! haha what about you? XOXO, JESS
  • Pretty Pink- Spring Makeup

    jessica
    2 Apr 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Pink is so pretty and it reminds me of how beautiful Spring is! There are lots of Cherry Blossom trees by my house but this one is my favorite and I fall in love with it more every time I drive by it!  The first time I saw it I immediately felt inspired to create a soft pink makeup tutorial.. perfect for Spring! The look was quite easy! I used my favorite foundation ever,  the Giorgio Armani luminous foundation and combined it with a tiny bit of Nars Illuminator Copacabana and applied it with a beauty blender for a sheer look.  Next, the eyebrows! I used the dipbrow in Soft Brown, the…
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    Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters » Gestational Diabetes Blog

  • Gluten Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    18 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Women with gestational diabetes often need to follow certain healthy diets. There are many diets that are recommended for gestational diabetes patients to follow, the most common being a high protein, low carbohydrate diet. Another diet that is sometimes being recommended is referred to as a “gluten free” diet. According to the American Diabetes Association, […] The post Gluten Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Dairy Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes Best Diet for Gestational Diabetes Patient Low…
  • High Protein Snacks for Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    11 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Eating your fair share of snacks during pregnancy is expected and often necessary. First of all, you have to keep your body and unborn child nourished and your energy up. Secondly and probably most likely of all reasons for snacking is that you just find yourself being really hungry more often than usual. Eating high […] The post High Protein Snacks for Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Healthy Salty Snacks For Gestational Diabetes Snacks For Moms With Gestational Diabetes Late Night Snack Ideas for Gestational Diabetes
  • Dairy Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    4 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    There are many different diets and approaches to treating gestational diabetes. The most common is to limit your intake of carbohydrates and focus on getting plenty of lean proteins. The problem is that sometimes, foods that you never thought of may have the potential to be high in carbohydrates. Dairy products, for example, are one […] The post Dairy Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Gluten Free Diets and Gestational Diabetes Gestational Diabetes Diet Menu – The 3 Most Common Mistakes Women Make [Is This You?]…
  • What Can I Eat With Gestational Diabetes?

    Dorsa
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    Have you ever wondered “What Can I Eat With Gestational Diabetes”? The short answer to this very common question is “a lot”. While a gestational diabetes diet may seem restrictive at first, you may actually find that there a lot more foods that can be eaten than you may think. It simply takes some understanding […] The post What Can I Eat With Gestational Diabetes? appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters.
  • Gentle Exercises for Gestational Diabetes Patients

    Dorsa
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    Staying active is an important part of just about every pregnancy. It helps to keep both you and your unborn child healthy, keeps blood pumping, and can actually help to increase energy especially while you feel like you have none. Gestational diabetes patients can especially benefit from getting some regular exercise. The Benefits of Exercise […] The post Gentle Exercises for Gestational Diabetes Patients appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Healthy Exercise Tips For Gestational Diabetes Maintaining a Healthy Weight with Gestational Diabetes Exercise…
 
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    Rocky Mountain Fertility Center

  • The Emotional Side of Infertility

    admin4
    21 May 2015 | 11:59 am
    During the journey of dealing with infertility, maintaining your emotional health is just as important as taking care of yourself physically. Every day can be an emotional struggle, and for that reason it’s important to have tools for keeping your spirits up. Here are five ways to help you deal with the emotional side of infertility:   Prioritize your relationships. This includes your relationship with your partner and your community support system. Infertility is a difficult process. It’s important to communicate with your partner about your feelings so you partner can help you be…
  • Overview of Intrauterine Insemination in Colorado

    admin4
    19 May 2015 | 11:55 am
    Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) IUI is one of the many therapies that are currently available to treat infertility, and it can also be used to treat women who have mild endometriosis, dysfunctional ovulation, and male factor or cervical factor infertility. For women who are ovulating normally, IUI can be used for up to three months, while women being treated for dysfunctional ovulation may be treated with IUI for longer. If the infertility is caused by blocked fallopian tubes, IUI is not an option. The age of the patient factors significantly into whether IUI will be successful. Women over 40…
  • Five Things to Know About Infertility Treatments

    admin2
    29 Apr 2015 | 6:26 pm
    1. Take time to plan Before you decide to begin infertility treatments, it’s important to set out your plan and goals. It’s important to know how far you are willing to go with treatment – are you prepared to try medications but not ready to try surgery? Your opinion may change as you are going through your treatment, but it is still important to have at least a general idea of what your boundaries will be. Fertility treatments can also be expensive, and under the Affordable Care Act they are not covered by many insurance plans. It’s important to thing about costs – both emotional…
  • Advances in Infertility Treatments from the Top Colorado Clinic

    admin2
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:07 pm
    Fertility treatments have undergone nothing short of a revolutionary series of advancements since the first successful in vitro fertilization in 1977. In the past decade, a number of hurdles to infertility that were previously thought to be insurmountable have been solved. One of the major watersheds in this field was the development of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ISCI). Before this method was developed, couples with male factor infertility often had to deal with unsuccessful treatments. Before this process, physicians could only expose eggs to sperm and hope that fertilization would be…
  • Overview of Ovulatory Dysfunction from a Fertility Center

    admin2
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:58 pm
    Ovulatory dysfunction (OD) is a term that describes a number of different conditions that all have the same outcome: irregular ovulation or lack of ovulation altogether. The primary symptom of OD is a history of irregular menstrual cycles. In healthy women menstrual cycles occur regularly every 27 to 30 days and are typically accompanied by mild cramping, tenderness and swelling of the breasts, and water retention, followed by menstrual bleeding. Most patients also experience discomfort in the middle of their cycle around the time of ovulation. Women who have OD have irregular cycles that can…
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  • Sickle cell disease and pregnancy

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    22 May 2015 | 2:42 am
    Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder. It is a condition in which red blood cells are shaped like a sickle ( the letter C ). Red blood cells carry oxygen to different parts of the body. In a healthy person,  these cells are flexible and round . In a person with sickle-cell, they are […] The post Sickle cell disease and pregnancy appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    21 May 2015 | 5:50 am
    Neonatal abstinence syndrome is also known as NAS. It is a group of problems that occur in a newborn who has been exposed to addictive street drugs or prescription  drugs before birth. When a baby is exposed to these drugs, he may get addicted to these drugs and go through withdrawal after birth.     […] The post Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Prenatal Checkups

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    20 May 2015 | 11:11 am
    It is very important to get prenatal checkups during pregnancy. Prenatal care helps you get a healthy pregnancy and baby.     What is the prenatal care schedule ?   If you have a healthy pregnancy, this may be your prenatal checkup schedule.     You may have more prenatal checkups if you have a […] The post Prenatal Checkups appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Your Baby’s Checkups

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    20 May 2015 | 7:53 am
    Your baby needs a regular checkup during the first 2 years of his life even if  he is  healthy. During these check ups , your baby’s growth, weight gain, health and vaccinations as well as whether the baby is meeting the normal developmental goals will be evaluated.     Scheduling your baby’s checkups .   […] The post Your Baby’s Checkups appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Roseola

    Your Health Check (www.yourhealth-check.com)
    20 May 2015 | 3:25 am
    Roseola is also known as the sixth disease. It is a common childhood disease which usually occurs in children ages below 2 years old. This viral disease usually starts with a mild cold. The child then gets high fever which usually lasts between 3 and 7 days.     The child develops a rash after […] The post Roseola appeared first on oohsNcoos.
 
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    Better Health » Better Health

  • Ayurveda and Yoga: The Fastest Way of Living Healthy and Prosperous Life

    Naveen
    14 May 2015 | 10:21 pm
    According to an Ayurvedic Proverb, “When diet is wrong medicine is of no use, when diet is correct medicine is of no need.” What does it signifies? For this, you need to learn, what Ayurveda medicine is. It is a healthy lifestyle that emphasizes good well being and treatment of illness through daily lifestyle practices. In the early times, the best medicine was the only the food. It follows the basic principle “Eat Healthy, Live Healthy”. The principles of healthy meals and healing properties of foods and herbs help in maintaining the balance of daily routine. Ayurvedic practices such…
  • 5 Reasons You Are Not Losing Weight

    Rida Maqbool
    4 May 2015 | 9:48 pm
    If you workout, eat healthy and basically do everything you can to lose weight but still can’t get your desired body shape then enlisted below are some reasons due to which you may not be losing weight How to loose weight in 5 steps       1. You Don’t Drink Enough Water Some people have a hard time getting into the habit of drinking a lot of water. You should drink your weight in ounces of water. It helps flush out your system and it speeds up your metabolism. Drinking water also helps suppress sugar cravings. Drinking a glass of water before and after a meal helps in portion…
  • 7 Best Home Remedies to Achieve Healthy and Glowing Skin

    Candice Larson
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:44 pm
    Every woman wishes to have a glowing and flawless skin. However, pollution, stress, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, damage from the sun’s ultraviolet rays, excessive smoking and drinking alcohol contributes to skin dullness, losing its natural moisture, glow and fairness. People buy commercial products that promise to give you clear and glowing skin. But these skin and beauty care products work only for some time. Instead, rely on home remedies that can do wonders for the skin. So, don’t waste your money on synthetic beauty products, give these home remedies a try. Cucumber Cucumbers have…
  • 7 Tips to Reduce Stress

    Rida Maqbool
    4 Mar 2015 | 7:23 am
    In the modern world, suffering from stress has become a common part of people’s lives. At times stress can prove to be useful. It can motivate you to perform your best at a task. There are people that give their best under pressure so stress can be the much needed motivation to them. But if you don’t deal with stress and let it get out of control then it becomes long-term and it can cause severe health problems. Stress can also have negative impacts on personal and professional lives of people. Listed below are some tips that can help you prevent or reduce stress. Stop Over-Thinking…
  • How To Avoid and Reduce Pimples

    Rohit Dogra
    26 Feb 2015 | 6:56 am
    Pimples are the small monsters, papules, pustules, skin lesions or skin inflammations and are also known as zits or spots. The skin lesions or inflammations of the skin that are commonly caused by clogged or infected pores. The cloging is due to a type of oil called sebum that lubricates skin and hair. Pimples also develop when blackheads or whiteheads get infected.hormonal drives are also a main cause of pimples In this article we explain how to avoid and reduce pimples and get your beautiful face. How To Avoid and Reduce Pimples Pimples and Their Causes There are many causes of pimples, but…
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    Cord Blood News

  • Why Store Cord Blood?

    joyce@mazelabs.com
    21 May 2015 | 12:31 pm
        1) What is cord blood? Umbilical cord blood is the blood collected from the umbilical cord immediately following the birth of a child. This blood provided nourishment for the baby during pregnancy, but once the baby is delivered, umbilical cord blood is no longer necessary. More>> 2) What are stem cells? Until recently, it was assumed that these hematopoietic stem cells, obtained from cord blood, could only be used as building blocks for blood cells. These stem cells were thought to be useful only in treating blood diseases. If you look closely at the list of current…
  • Obesity in pregnancy puts child at diabetes risk

    joyce@mazelabs.com
    18 May 2015 | 12:37 pm
              Paris (AFP) – Women who are obese while pregnant may put their offspring at risk of childhood diabetes, a condition that requires lifelong insulin therapy, Swedish researchers said Tuesday. A study of more than 1.2 million children born in Sweden between 1992 and 2004 and monitored for several years, found a 33-percent higher risk for the disease among children whose mothers were obese during the first trimester of pregnancy, but were not diabetic themselves “Maternal overweight and obesity in early pregnancy were associated with increased risk…
  • Prenatal care should start before pregnancy

    joyce@mazelabs.com
    15 May 2015 | 12:34 pm
          Dr. Alisa Hideg via @spokesmanreview Anyone thinking about pregnancy, should also be thinking about prenatal care. This care is important for the mother’s health and the health of the child. Whenever possible, it should begin prior to pregnancy. A visit with your health care provider prior to pregnancy to review your immunizations, start a prenatal vitamin with folic acid (which can prevent certain birth defects if begun prior to pregnancy) and otherwise “check in” is always a good idea. Once you are pregnant, regular prenatal care visits during pregnancy are just…
  • One of Birth’s Most Common Practices Is About to Change

    joyce@mazelabs.com
    12 May 2015 | 12:23 pm
    by Kate Schweitzer   Since the 1950s, it has been standard practice to clamp the umbilical cord within seconds of a baby being born. It was always done this quickly to reduce the risk of the hormonal injection — given to the mother to stop hemorrhaging — on the infant. However, that drug has since been replaced with a safer substitute, so one midwife, Amanda Burleigh, questioned the need to shut off the blood supply from the placenta so early. In fact, she spent a decade researching the longstanding medical protocol, only to discover that cutting the cord immediately after birth,…
  • Tips on choosing a Cord Blood Bank

    joyce@mazelabs.com
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:35 am
     Reprinted  from Babycenter.com By: Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH, family physician and coauthor of The Mommy MD Guide to Pregnancy and Birth Expecting parents might not be aware that stem cells derived from their babies’ umbilical cord blood are a vital resource for their families. Advances in medical science have made it possible to harness the body’s own cells for treatment. Families only have one opportunity to collect and store their babies’ cord blood stem cells, and that’s in the moments following birth. In order to make an informed decision about their options, expectant…
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    Letsbreath.com

  • This 60 second breathing exercise could help you sleep and reduce anxiety

    breathagain
    9 May 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Tense at work or struggling to drift off at night? Then maybe Dr Weil’s 4-7-8 breathing technique could help. Harvard trained Dr Andrew Weil advocates practising the ‘relaxing breath’ twice a day in order to reduce tension or help you sleep. The technique is a ‘natural tranquilizer for the nervous system’; it mimics aspects of yoga and meditation and helps the body unwind. According to Dr Weil’s YouTube channel: ‘The 4-7-8 Breathing Exercise is utterly simple, takes almost no time, requires no equipment and can be done anywhere.’ Sitting up with your back straight,…
  • Useful Tips to Become Pregnant Fast

    breathagain
    7 May 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Women normally feel proud when they become pregnant as they find themselves in the stages of motherhood. They make all preparations for fast pregnancy after they get married. A married girl is said to attain womanhood only when she becomes pregnant. Now let us find out about the various ways by which a woman can attain pregnancy as fast as she can. A girl who follows the effective steps is sure to become pregnant. Effective Tips To Pregnant Fast Ladies who want to become pregnant immediately after their marriage should try to avoid wrong lubrication procedures for smooth intercourse as there…
  • How to get Pregnancy Fast and Safe

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    26 Apr 2015 | 11:24 am
    Getting Pregnancy Fast and Safe Most of the women are loved to have pregnancy to have birth of a child. It is the important that every woman must be safe and care of you. Some might think of how to get the pregnancy faster and safer. It is very important to have such period in every Women’s life. If you attain proper sex with your partner, you may surely attain the pregnancy better within one month. Each and every man should think of it while having sex with your life partner. You need to be safe and maintain the energy forever. But, some women are feeling not to get pregnant easily.
  • 7 Simple Exercises You Can Do While At Work

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    16 Apr 2015 | 2:18 am
    7 Simple Exercises you’ll be able to Do whereas At Work If you’re lacking the time it takes to own a daily fitness plan owing to work, kids, or life normally then easy exercises you’ll be able to do whereas at work might be simply what you would like. These seven easy exercises and tips you’ll be able to do whereas at work ar quick and straightforward. you’ll be able to still have an excellent exercise while not the necessity for a gymnasium. 1. Rather than employing a table chair, sit on an outsized exercise ball. The balance needed for sitting on the ball may be a…
  • Breathing Exercises for Anxiety

    breathagain
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:25 pm
    Overview First you should know, what is anxiety, anxiety is the physical, mental and emotional reaction to stress. While troublesome, anxiety is a normal coping mechanism and can helping you in motivation. However, but after some time anxiety cause for depression in daily life with sleep disturbance, some other cause like fatigue and illness. Breathing exercises help calm anxiety by slowing both breath and heart rate. Breathing exercises like meditation for anxiety, drawing the focus to the breath and clearing our minds of racing thoughts. The Conscious Breath The conscious breath is the…
 
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