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FDA Drug Safety Communication: Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant use during pregnancy and reports of by FDA Posted Thu 15 Dec 2011 7:43am Safety Announcement [12-14-2011] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is updating the public on the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants by women during pregnancy and the potential risk of a rare heart and lung condition known as persistent pulmonary hypertensio ... Read on »
Ethical Issue of Pregnancy Reduction by EyeDrD Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 9:14am As Jenny lay on the obstetrician’s examination table, she was grateful that the ultrasound tech had turned off the overhead screen. She didn’t want to see the two shadows floating inside her. Since making her decision, she had tried hard not to think about them, though she cou ... Read on »
Part #4 Babies After 40: The Hidden Health Risks of Mid-Life Pregnancy by SouadDreyfus Patient Expert Posted Wed 29 Jul 2009 12:27am Information sharing is key to making a solid decision regarding your health and pregnency. Although many women want to be surrogates well into their 40's these issues that Open Arms has been posting about are very real concerns to Intended Parents and Clinical staff. These are just some of the reasons that older women are often passed over when ... Read on »
Making Your Baby Healthy: Months Before Birth by Debra .. Registered Dietician Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:16pm In today’s New York Times Magazine, I was disturbed to see a major misrepresentation. The article described a social movement of fat-acceptance activists. Robin Marantz Henig made points with which I agreed: some people can be fat and healthy; we should emphasize intuitive eating; and the emotional and physical benefits of exercise are often u ... Read on »
Children’s Centers Study Kids and Chemicals by Environmental Health Posted Fri 30 Sep 2005 9:00pm Children’s Centers Study Kids and Chemicals Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to Melissa Lee Phillips ... Read on »
Tips on getting ready for your baby’s arrival by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Fri 31 Jan 2014 10:07pm Home Baby Tips on getting ready for your baby’s arrival 2 comments Jan 30/14 Baby, Mommy, Pregnancy (Please note: This is not a sponsored post.  Any products or companies mentioned are just ones that I truly love.) On Mon ... Read on »
Swapping Hot Flashes for Fertility Drugs: Pregnancy Over 40 by Colette Bouchez Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:02pm Looking to trade in hot flashes and night sweats for diapers and pre-school? If you're over 40 and thinking about getting pregnant - here's some new hope and some sage advice. By Colette Bouchez Just the thought of getting pregnant at a time when most of your gal pals are talking hot flashes and leaky bladders can make the whole idea se ... Read on »
Eating Healthy During Pregnancy by Melissa M. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 10:41am 1 Comment Do I really need to "eat for two?" While you are pregnant, you will need additional nutrients to keep you and your baby healthy. But, that does not mean you need to eat twice as much. You should only eat an extra 300 calories per day. A baked potato has 120 calories. So getting these extra 300 calories doesn't take a lot of food. Make su ... Read on »
Link to GREAT info on prescription meds during pregnancy by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:17pm Psychiatric Disorders During Pregnancy-General Although pregnancy has typically been considered a time of emotional well being, recent studies suggest that up to 20% of women suffer from mood or anxiety disorders during pregnancy. Particularly vulnerable are th ... Read on »
Too Much Weight Gain in Pregnancy Linked to Chubby Babies by HealthFinder Posted Tue 07 Jun 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Babies with more body fat may have a higher risk of childhood obesity, researchers say. ... Read on »