Follow these simple pregnancy tips on safety and nutrition to stay healthy throughout the nine months before your baby arrives.
Make sure to protect yourself and your baby by getting the right vaccines before, during, and after your pregnancy.
Feel great while taking good care of yourself and your baby.
Head off pregnancy headaches with these safe solutions.
These healthy snacks will help provide plenty of important nutrients for pregnancy, including vitamic C, folic acid and calcium.
While you can continue use of most medications during your pregnancy, there are a few you have to watch out for. Here are some healthy alternatives to soothe those pregnancy aches and pains.
Thinking of ingesting your baby's onetime lifeline? Before you dig in, discover the risks involved in this practice.
It's the one time you're actually supposed to eat more -- and yet it suddenly seems like every food is off limits. Here, the final word on which foods to skip and which ones are A-OK during pregnancy.
Now that you're pregnant, your health is doubly important -- you're taking care of two now. Keep safety rules straight, find ways to de-stress, choose the right foods to eat, learn safe workouts, and more with our favorite apps for a healthy pregnancy.
This mosquito-borne illness can threaten your unborn baby's health. Here's what you need to know about the Zika virus.
New research shows that gaining too much can be harmful to you and your baby. Follow our smart tips to maintain a weight that's healthy for you both.
These signs warrant a call to the doctor.
Some seemingly weird symptoms are very normal when you're expecting a baby. Here's how to navigate your early pregnancy.
This simple test looks for potential cases of gestational diabetes, to help prevent complications in your pregnancy.
Learn how your doctor will confirm your pregnancyaand what else will happen at your first prenatal visit.
Practicing yoga is a wonderful way to stay limber and toned throughout your pregnancy. It can also promote better balance and circulation, as well as help relieve stress and typical pregnancy aches and pains. Leggings by Ingrid & Isabel Tank by Destination Maternity
Before you got pregnant, you probably never thought twice about polishing your nails or changing kitty litter. While most products are generally not harmful, here are a few you should be wary of.
Here's how your breasts keep changing through pregnancy and after.
Women who want to maintain a high exercise level during pregnancy may be frustrated at the outdated ("keep your heart rate below 140") and vague ("stop exercising if you feel tired") information they find. "Physicians aren't trained to counsel pregnant women about exercise," says James Pivarnik, PhD, vice president of the American College of Sports Medicine. "It's a rare bird who keeps up with the exercise and pregnancy literature." Doctors may have you believe that we know little about how exercise affects pregnant women. But in reality, we know quite a bit -- and it's good news for runners, cyclists, and gym rats who are moms-to-be. "If a woman is having a normal pregnancy, she can continue to exercise, and the upper limit of the level can be reasonably close to what she was doing before pregnancy," Pivarnik says.
Attention, both expecting and new moms. Get in shape just by putting one foot in front of the other.
You need sleep, but your burgeoning belly didn't get the memo. Snooze comfortably with these bedtime solutions.
Taking vitamin D supplements during the first trimester of pregnancy may prevent autism traits in newborns, according to a new study conducted on mice.
When you're expecting or caring for an infant, it's more important than ever to be hale and hearty. Supercharge your immunity with these smart tips.