• Dental Work

    Routine dental cleanings can help you have healthier gums during your pregnancy and help reduce irritation created by swelling. What about other regular dental work during pregnancy?

  • Pregnant? Avoid These Foods!

    Now that you're pregnant eating well balanced meals is especially important. What you don't eat is also important for your baby's well being. Most foods are safe; however, there are some foods that you should avoid during pregnancy. Which should you avoid and why?

  • Natural Herbs and Vitamins During Pregnancy

    Although medicine has replaced almost every natural supplement with a synthetic substitute, there is a debate about the effectiveness of natural herbs and vitamins in providing essential nutrition to pregnant women as well as aiding in the relief of some common discomforts.

  • Pregnancy and Paint Exposure

    Pregnant women may be exposed to paint through different circumstances that include household use, recreational use, or occupational use.

  • Pregnancy and Pesticides

    Significant exposure to pesticides is a concern for adults, children and particularly expectant mothers.

  • Recreation and Pregnancy

    When you discover that you are pregnant, you start asking questions about what is safe to do. Vacation, hobbies, exercise and everyday activities have always just been a part of your life, but now you are wondering if you need to change what you are doing or how you are doing it. Read on for some common sense guidelines.

  • Roller Coasters

    For many people, the reason to go to an amusement park is to ride a roller coaster. Unfortunately, for women who are pregnant, this is an activity that is not recommended.

  • Pregnancy and Eating Disorders

    Eating disorders affect approximately seven million American women each year and tend to peak during typical child bearing years.

  • Sleeping Positions During Pregnancy

    During pregnancy you may find yourself wrestling in bed trying to get comfortable before falling asleep. SOS! What does SOS have to do with getting comfortable and getting to sleep you might ask. Read on and find out.

  • Insomnia During Pregnancy: Snooze or Lose!

    You may be losing sleep while you are pregnant for a variety of reasons. Insomnia during pregnancy is normal and affects approximately 78% of pregnant women. While insomnia isn't harmful to your baby, it is hard on your sense of humor and functionality. Read on for trick and tips that will get you snoozing and keep you snoozing!