How to Conceive Naturally

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Medications and fertility treatments can be expensive and not very ideal for many parents, but the good news is, there are plenty of ways you can boost your fertility naturally. If you are trying to conceive and struggling, try some of these tips and tricks.

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Long hours standing during pregnancy affects baby’s growth

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Standing for long periods during a pregnancy may hamper the growth of the developing fetus, according to a new study published online in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine

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Mom’s Nicotine Patch May Raise Baby’s Risk for Colic

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Behavioral therapy recommended over nicotine replacement during pregnancy, research says By Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 20 (HealthDay News) — Infants of mothers who smoke or use nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy are more likely to have colic, a … Continue reading →

STDs can threaten pregnancy

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Sexually transmitted diseases can pose a serious problem to women who are pregnant. While infections are generally not considered a major pregnancy risk factor, high numbers of women are infected while carrying a baby each year. Experts say individuals should … Continue reading →

Pregnant women over 50 ‘do pretty well,’ study finds

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Written By Joseph Brownstein Published February 03, 2012 MyHealthNewsDaily The average age of women becoming mothers has risen in the United States, and in the last 20 years, a few women have even entered motherhood in their 60s. By implanting … Continue reading →

VH1 show seeks moms and daughters who are pregnant

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In 2009, MTV gave birth to a new genre of reality television in the U.S., exploring the lives of (very) young moms in “Teen Mom” and “16 and Pregnant.” Last month, FOX411’s Pop Tarts column learned that a “major network” … Continue reading →

Consuming fish during pregnancy improves offspring’s cognitive development

January 31st, 2012 A Spanish study, conducted by the University of Granada, revealed that infants born to mothers who consumed a considerable amount of fish during pregnancy score higher in verbal intelligence and fine motor skill tests, and present an … Continue reading →