by Melissa D. Jaramillo
Overeating may cause obesity issues for kids later in life
How does reading to your baby-to-be increase his or her early reading skills? While there's been a bunch of research to support the benefits, the results might surprise you! We ask, why wouldn't you want to?
January is not only the beginning of the new year, but also happens to be "Prevention Month." Part of our role at pregnancy.org is to make sure our members are aware of all sorts of important facts and figures, including folic acid awareness!
Now that you're pregnant, should you switch to organic foods? This information can help you make the choice that feels right for you and your baby.
Vitamin D does a baby good, even before birth. It helps build strong bones, boosts their resistance to disease and may improve their language skills. Are you getting enough?
When you think of the amazing mental life of your developing baby, a wave of panic might wash over you. Are you doing everything you could to increase brain power? Maybe. Science found these four things aid your baby bean's brain development in utero.
We've all heard that our choices during pregnancy can affect our growing babies. Did you know that your lifestyle before, during and after pregnancy impacts your baby's health way beyond birth? Try and make these changes to give your baby a head start and a healthy future.
For the first time, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have sequenced the genome of a fetus using only a mother's blood sample.
Most neural tube defects and many developmental problems are preventable if moms-to-be take folic acid before and during their pregnancy. Have you had yours today?