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BPA Linked to Behavior Probems in Toddler GirlsA study released today linked prenatal exposure to the chemical bisphenol A to increased aggressive and hyperactive behavior in three-year-old girls.
Study Confirms that Turning Off TV Protects Baby's Brain!Long-time study finally confirms that turning off the TV protects your baby's brain!
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Battling Breast Cancer: Giuliana Rancic's StoryGiuliana Rancic has breast cancer according to the buzz that aired on the Today Show Monday morning. Already struggling with her own fertility, this puts a new twist in her journey to parenthood.
Healthy Diet Lowers Risk of Birth DefectsReduce the risk of birth defects by choosing healthy food before you get pregnant. A new study from Stanford University shows that diet quality matters -- a lot!
Should Early Fetal Sex Determination Testing Be Used?There's now a fetal sex test that can determine the gender of your baby as early as 7 weeks.
Free Birth Control: Welcome News or Big Brother Government?Is free birth control welcome news or the government becoming Big Brother?
Experts Grow Mouse Sperm to Help with Human InfertilityResearchers in Japan have used embryonic stem cells to grow healthy mouse sperm in laboratory conditions. This development could help human infertility!
U.S. preterm births hit new low - still work to do!The March of Dimes just released the 2012 Premature Birth Report Card. The U.S. has hit a new 10 year low for preterm births -- a significant improvement now registering at 11.7%! Still, overall, the U.S. scores a "C" as we continue to have a high rate of preterm births comparatively. This is a clear indication of work to be done! Learn more of the resources available here at Pregnancy.org to help you and your baby with a healthy start!
Making time to grieve.Pregnancy and infant loss is never easy. The passing often takes with it shattered hearts and dreams of a future far different than the reality. Having to go through this process while still being called on to serve others -- whether that role is bearing work responsibilities, as "mom" for other children, coping with deteriorating health of parents or in-laws, or simply juggling your relationship with your partner -- 'overwhelming' doesn't even come close.
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