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  • 6 things you need to know about epidurals

    6 things you need to know about epidurals

    More than half of women having babies will be given epidurals to block pain during labor. Despite the general acceptance and proven safety of today’s epidurals, however, many women still agonize over whether to accept one.

  • 4 reasons to keep doing it while you’re pregnant - Sex bolsters your bond

    4 reasons to keep doing it while you’re pregnant

    Why pregnancy sex is safe—and recommended.

  • What to eat while you're pregnant - Ginger Ale

    What to eat while you're pregnant

    Between the morning sickness, the cravings, and the responsibility that comes with eating for TWO people, we feel it’s only responsible to provide a full course of options for the expectant mothers-to-be.

  • The 10 essential steps to a healthy pregnancy - Plan ahead

    The 10 essential steps to a healthy pregnancy

    Overwhelmed by all the information out there for expecting moms? Here are the only 10 things you need to know.

  • 10 surprising prenatal power foods - Figs

    10 surprising prenatal power foods

    As you know, folate, fiber and iron are essential nutrients for you and your growing baby. What you may not know is that you can get all three by eating chives. Or, how about adding figs to your diet to boost your calcium intake? From The 100 Healthiest Foods to Eat During Pregnancy, here are 10 unexpected (and delicious!) foods that will provide the nutrition you need during pregnancy.

  • 10 simple ways to upgrade your prenatal diet

    10 simple ways to upgrade your prenatal diet

    Healthy eating doesn’t mean that you have to overhaul your habits. These little tweaks can make a big difference.

  • 7 tips for losing baby weight

    7 tips for losing baby weight

    Surefire ways to get back in shape after giving birth.

  • 9 ways to eat well while expecting

    9 ways to eat well while expecting

    By eating better, you can set yourself up to have your healthiest 9 months yet. And when Baby arrives, you’ll both reap the benefits.

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