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Products, taken when pregnant, affects your child’s risk of allergies

Reduce your child’s risk of allergies A government study commissioned by the British Food Standards Agency, had scientists at the Imperial College in London pool data from more than 400 studies involving 1.5 million mothers and their children and had…

Views 0 / March 21, 2018

Don’t skimp on Vitamin D during Pregnancy

The case for vitamin D supplementation continues, particularly during pregnancy.

Views 36 / July 29, 2016

Easy, Beneficial Snacks for Pregnancy and Beyond

Staples of your pantry that you can easily prepare (and eat on-the-go) may help prevent a premature baby.

Views 53 / June 15, 2016

2016’s Dirty Dozen

The 12 vegetables and fruits that should top your list when opting for organic.

Views 75 / April 29, 2016

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Why Scientists Want You to Stay Away from Stain-resistant, Waterproof, and Nonstick

A group of scientists warn against using everyday kitchen items because most contain a harmful group of commonly-used chemicals.

Views 77 / April 15, 2016

Organic Meat & Milk Serve up 50 Percent more Omega 3s

Organic boasts a higher price tag, but is also higher in healthy fatty acids.

Views 225 / March 2, 2016

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The One Thing Every Pregnant Woman Should Be Eating On Valentine’s Day

If you need an extra excuse to indulge this Valentine’s Day, look no further.

Views 222 / February 12, 2016

Oxytocin Improves Mental Health & Helps Bonding with Baby

Oxytocin Improves Mental Health & Helps Bonding with Baby

Could a hormone associated with birth and bonding help women struggling with depression?

Views 169 / February 3, 2016

Fear of Large Babies Increases Unnecessary C-Sections

Fear of Large Babies Increases Unnecessary C-Sections

Are poorly predicted birth weights a major contributor to the rise in cesarean section births?

Views 235 / January 19, 2016

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Effects of Smoking, other Environmental Exposures Remain in Kids for Years

A new study suggests that toxin exposure during pregnancy may have a longer-reaching health impact than previously known.

Views 410 / December 11, 2015

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