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Researchers have discovered evidence that shows toxic particles from air pollution can travel from a mother's lungs to her placenta. Read More
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When breastfeeding is going well, it can be very rewarding but when it hurts, it can be very stressful. Here are 10 causes of painful breastfeeding. Read More
If you haven't given birth before, you might feel like your brain doesn't know how to give birth. But do first-time mamas' bodies know what to do? Read More
Why is your baby's second night after birth so hard? What happened to the sweet and settled newborn who was laid upon your chest just yesterday? Read More
Irritable uterus during pregnancy is one of those mysterious pregnancy ‘unknowns'. Find out the symptoms of irritable uterus and how it is diagnosed. Read More
Most women give birth in hospital. That’s why a recent report showing an increase in severe birth complications in this birth environment is alarming. Read More