New Year's resolutions may take on new meaning if you're preparing for the birth of a child in 2015. This year, perhaps for the first time, "join the gym and lose 10 pounds" isn't on the list. At the same time, many of the resolutions you make for a healthy pregnancy look a lot like those you would
Not every woman feels the baby’s first movements at the exact same point in pregnancy. Women whose placentas are positioned in front of the baby feel their babies move on average one week later than women whose placentas are positioned behind the baby
As the year winds down this week, many will take stock of the best and worst of happenings throughout the year. In the world of maternity care, there are several notable and promising advances, discoveries, and recommendations in care practices. ICYMI (in case you missed it), we'd like to share the
By Elizabeth Salas, MPH, Teratology Information Specialist, MotherToBaby California
If you have Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and are currently pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning a pregnancy,where do you go when you have questions about MS or MS treatments? In this day and age, the first place you m
We’ve all heard about the importance of eating well in pregnancy. Women need more protein, more iron, more calcium, more calories, more, more, more…it’s easy to feel overwhelmed!