Pregnancy and Childbirth
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Gestational diabetes affects up to 10 percent of pregnant women. While it can’t be prevented, it can be controlled to keep both mom and baby healthy.
Postpartum depression affects up to 15 percent of pregnant women but is often under-recognized and under-diagnosed. Learn more about its signs and treatments.
Most pregnant women know that they need extra folic acid during pregnancy. But one often-overlooked essential nutrient is choline.
Whether you’re having your first baby or your fifth, each pregnancy is unique. Here’s what to expect.
Choline is an often overlooked nutrient that is essential during pregnancy to help with the baby’s development and can provide cognitive benefits into childhood and beyond.
It can be hard to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the do’s and don’ts of pregnancy. Learn about some of the most persistent pregnancy myths.
The first three months after having a baby is a period of transition for the whole family as you recover from childbirth and learn to care for your newborn.
Can you guess the sex of an unborn baby without an ultrasound? What about foods and drinks to consume or avoid? Some pregnancy "myths" can be written off as old wives tales, but others are sound advice. Here’s how to tell the difference.