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Standard pregnancy weight can lead to overweight toddlers The standard advice for how much weight a woman should gain during pregnancy may need to change, according to a rigorous and provocative study suggesting that even accepted weight gains may raise the ...
Apr 03 2007 11:03am
Pregnancy weight: what the ADA says The old adage “eating for two” may be a slight exaggeration, but expectant mothers should plan to gain some weight during pregnancy. A good weight gain for normal healthy moms is between 25 and 35 pou ...
Jan 27 2007 3:09pm
Eating applies, fish during pregnancy may protect child from asth A new study by researchers in the Netherlands and Scotland has found that children of women who ate more apples and fish during pregnancy were less likely to develop asthma and allergies. The research ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
exercise during pregnancy On the television show, Three Takes, this morning, a trainer from Diesel Fitness showed a pregnant woman a few exercises to keep her fit during her pregnancy. Here are some tips: Squats-keep a f ...
Nov 09 2007 8:43am
Pregnancy and Depression How do you know if you have depression when pregnant? I know winter doesn't help but how do you know? I've never had depression, nor do I know what it really is but I've been feeling different. N ...
Dec 14 2008 9:30pm
you feel out of wack because you have all of these raging hormones (because of your baby). ... more
Oct 30 2009 11:10pm
Weight gain while pregnant What better time to let your eating go insane than when you’re pregnant? You won’t feel as guilty when you gain weight, and you always have a valid excuse due to “eating for two.” Well…not really. ...
Jan 27 2007 3:08pm
... in my body, my baby was getting too. Being pregnant gave me even more of a reason to eat ... more
Feb 02 2007 4:33pm
Obese Women Have Higher Risk of Giving Birth to Babies with Certain Defects Women who are obese before becoming pregnant have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with congenital defects, such as missing limbs or underdeveloped spinal cords, according to researchers at t ...
Aug 08 2007 4:22pm
Mediterranean diet helps infertility in women Eating Mediterranean diet may increase women's chances of getting pregnant. A new study, led by researchers in the Netherlands and published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, suggests a relati ...
Apr 05 2010 6:53am
... tried unseccessfully for a long time to get pregnant. We finally learned to manged our s ... more
Aug 17 2010 2:28pm
Eating habits during pregnancy I don't plan on becoming pregnant for a few more years, but I've recently lost more than 40 pounds and now am concerned about how to keep my weight manageable during pregnancy. I've seen that some wom ...
Oct 11 2007 2:10pm
On the one hand your body is going to do what it's going to do. You can eat healthy and e ... more
Oct 16 2007 6:50am
Effect of broccoli, soy on cancer cells explained Eating foods like broccoli and soy has been linked to lower cancer rates, and California researchers said on Sunday that they may have discovered the biological mechanism behind the Using cells in a ...
Apr 16 2007 3:29pm
... ugh.  Soy works like a weak estrogen so many women who have had hormonally positive breast ... more
Jan 23 2009 6:29pm