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!
On Friday, we shared with you the newest Lamaze infographic, which demonstrates the many proven benefits of having continuous labor support. For more in-depth information on labor support, we also encourage you to take a look at our Healthy Birth Practice entitled, "Bring a Loved One, Friend, or Dou
Thinking about "winging it" for your labor and birth-day? You may want to think again and instead, prepare for your labor support. While it's true that you'll have a dedicated nurse, and nurses are awesome, it's also true that nurses aren't usually available for continuous one-on-one care and suppor
Friends, family, or even complete strangers may tell you not to exercise while you’re pregnant for fear that you will harm the baby or go into labor too soon. However, years of research show that exercise is safe and beneficial for most pregnant women.