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Caffeine linked to miscarriage Interesting article on Yahoo!... A new study showed that Caffeine consumption by pregnant women can increase the risk of miscarriage. It doesn't matter if the caffeine comes from coffee, te ...
Jan 21 2008 7:07pm
I was curious how much caffeine was in a cup of coffee. I found a good resource here: ... more
Jan 21 2008 7:16pm
Stay Away from BPA! Best to Swig with SIGG In early August, scientists issued a report warning that an estrogen-like compound in plastic is likely to be causing an array of serious reproductive disorders in people. The compound, bisphenol A ...
Aug 12 2007 9:56am
Staying Safe While Eating Fish What with all the tales of mercury poisoning, it's enough to turn a pescatarian off of fish altogether. In addition to bacterial and parasitic contamination, chemical contamination is a vital worry am ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Nutrition in pregnancy mothers are urged to eat a more balanced diet (with the right amounts of protein and vitamins) during pregnancy. However, if the fetus is under-nourished in the womb, the long-term effects can still ...
Jul 30 2007 6:43am
During my second pregnancy, the midwife basically told me to diet. She told me I had star ... more
Sep 06 2007 8:02pm
Prenatal Vitamins and Folic Acid Importance Now that I am baking baby #2, I am careful to take prenatal vitamins. Though I started taking them when we were trying to conceive, it is especially important now. During the first few weeks of a fe ...
Apr 01 2008 8:36am
smart thinking,what goes in your body is so inportant more
Mar 16 2009 4:22am
California on the cusp of a healthy decision I'm happy to learn that California is considering restrictions on the chemical bisphenol A, which can be found in plastic baby bottles. There is apparently some concern that bisphenol A can cause ch ...
Aug 11 2008 5:09pm
Here's an article to follow up on the post- http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/08/15/fda. ... more
Aug 17 2008 4:21pm
Sleep Apnea Can Lead to Diabetes and High Blood Pressure According to researchers at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, sleep apnea, a nighttime breathing disorder that disrupts sleep patterns ...
Aug 01 2007 11:23am
Am trying to locate a medical expert or group practice for my husband (whether intern, pul ... more
May 15 2009 10:46am
Info on aspartame from the ADA What is aspartame?Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetening ingredient that provides the sweet taste of sugar without the calories. Aspartame has been used in numerous foods and beverages for more than 20 ...
Jan 27 2007 2:59pm
It's good to know that aspartame has been shown to be safe in quite a few studies, but I ... more
May 14 2008 10:13am
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm