If you’re pregnant, you no doubt have questions about whether the new coronavirus poses a risk to you and your developing baby. The answers aren’t crystal clear, but here’s what we do know.
Can you drink caffeine when you’re pregnant? Our expert discusses the evidence.
Congratulations, mama! We highlight a list of certain foods and beverages you should steer clear of during your pregnancy.
Confused about how to safely store your breast milk? Our experts explain.
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Routine oral care and specialty dental procedures are safe during pregnancy. Good dental hygiene helps keep you and your baby healthy.
Prenatal vitamins are specially formulated with safe doses of key nutrients that pregnant women need, including folic acid and calcium. Learn more about key nutrients for pregnant women.
Wondering if a vegetarian pregnancy is possible? A registered dietitian offers insights for how to do it safely and a heads-up on potential pitfalls.
An estimated 1% to 3% of pregnant women experience extreme nausea and vomiting that can make it hard to carry on with normal life. Learn more about this condition, called hyperemesis gravidarum.
Are you stressed about being pregnant during a global pandemic? With a little vigilance you can be happy, healthy and stress-free in the midst of COVID-19.
Why is it that some women spend months worshipping the porcelain god while others get out of jail free? We’ll explore this injustice and what else you can expect with morning sickness.