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    A source of pregnancy information covering everything from pregnancy symptoms and articles for moms to be to pregnancy complications and birth

    61.

    Morning After Pill Expert Admits It Doesnt Reduce Pregnancy or Abortion Rates
    A leading expert on the morning after pill admitted at a National Press Club forum today that "real world" experience of easy access to the drug has not reduced the numbers of pregnancies or abortions.
    10-Dec-2005 - Details

    62.

    Many pregnancy-related deaths may be preventable
    The overall maternal death rate in the US is not as low as it could be, according to a review of pregnancy-related deaths in North Carolina, which suggests that about four out of every 10 pregnancy-related deaths are potentially preventable.
    10-Dec-2005 - Details

    63.

    Pregnant women should exercise more
    At the University of St. Louis, Terry Leet authored a study that claims doctors should encourage pregnant women to continue moderate-level exercise, namely 30 minutes of brisk walking each day, further into their pregnancies
    30-Nov-2005 - Details

    64.

    Take care of your body after pregnancy
    What is the best way to start exercising after the birth of a child? What do you think of stroller fitness classes?
    10-Dec-2005 - Details

    65.

    Preparing For Pregnancy
    Vitamins and minerals are important during pregnancy, but some need special attention, especially those that promote cell division and the formation of new life.
    10-Dec-2005 - Details

    66.

    Why Some Moms Soon Quit Breastfeeding
    More women might breastfeed their babies if they got some advice and attention during and soon after pregnancy, a new study shows.
    14-Dec-2005 - Details

    67.

    The business of avoiding babies
    Population control is ensconced in ideology, technology, industry and, of course, health, but at the cost of women's well-being
    14-Dec-2005 - Details

    68.

    Abortion Drug Adverse Events Reported
    The FDA received reports of 607 adverse events involving the abortion drug RU-486 over a four-year period, it was reported this week.
    04-Jan-2006 - Details

    69.

    Excess Weight Can Compromise Birth Control Pills
    Women who are overweight or obese are more likely to get pregnant while taking birth control pills than women of normal weight are, new research finds
    04-Jan-2006 - Details

    70.

    Postpartum Pain
    Having just had a baby, I can tell you, postpartum is no picnic. Learn what you can do to make yourself more comfortable.
    04-Jan-2006 - Details

    71.

    Women Who Stop Taking Antidepressants During Pregnancy Risk Relapse
    We used to think that pregnancy could get rid of depression as the mother-to-be experiences a surge of hormones. However, it seems this is a myth.
    02-Feb-2006 - Details

    72.

    New test may help women predict fertility
    Women will be able to get a status report on their body clock and chances of conceiving a baby after British firm Lifestyle Choices launched the world’s first publicly available triple-hormone ovarian reserve test
    02-Feb-2006 - Details

    73.

    Diet Change Used To Aid Fertility Treatment
    Women who have problems getting pregnant often face a long, expensive ordeal. For some, the solution could be as easy as a change in diet, Sacramento television station KCRA reported.
    18-Feb-2006 - Details

    74.

    Stress May Up Early Miscarriage Risk
    During early pregnancy, miscarriage may be more likely among women with high levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
    26-Feb-2006 - Details

    75.

    Why a tiny tipple may harm your unborn baby
    Women could be urged to stop drinking altogether when they are pregnant, it has emerged.
    Official advice on alcohol for expectant mothers may be tightened within months following mounting evidence that even small amounts can harm the unborn child
    26-Feb-2006 - Details

    76.

    How To Look Beautiful And Feel Comfortable During Your Pregnancy
    Pregnancy and motherhood are the most vital and enriching phases in a woman's life. They are also the most trying times in terms of changes that a woman experiences
    26-Feb-2006 - Details

    77.

    Pregnant Women Should Take Higher Doses Of Vitamin D
    Researchers find that pregnant women who take higher than recommended doses of vitamin D significantly lower the risk of bearing children with wheezing illnesses
    16-Mar-2006 - Details

    78.

    10 Things to Love About Being Pregnant
    Now that Ada is getting to be less of a baby and more of a toddler, I'm feeling baby urges again. You might be wondering what there could possibly be to love about being pregnant. But here is a top ten list of wonderful things about being pregnant. My favorite thing? Feeling the baby move! What is your favorite thing about being pregnant?
    21-Mar-2006 - Details

    79.

    Is pregnancy a silent struggle
    Pregnancy can be the most wonderful experience life has to offer. But it can also be dangerous. Around the world, an estimated 529,000 women a year die during pregnancy or childbirth. Ten million suffer injuries, infection or disability.
    21-Mar-2006 - Details

    80.

    Analysis:Pregnancy and breast cancer
    Doctors announced Friday the first guidelines for the treatment of pregnant women who find that they also have breast cancer.

    "We have been reluctant to tackle this guideline," said Robert Carlson, professor of medicine at Stanford University in California, "because we thought it would be an overwhelming task. However, when we got into it, we found that it was rather straightforward."
    21-Mar-2006 - Details

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