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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Get accurate information about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options... What is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition characterized by an imbalance of hormones, which can cause p

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Make Meals for the Entire Week

Coming up with meals everyday can be mentally taxing for parents.  Out this tip as a times saver – cook up a bunch of food and then spread it throughout the week. 1. Buy a large packet of chicken breast or chicken thighs, usually there’s 12-14 breasts/thighs, you can also use tofu/paneer as well.  I

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A NICU Journey

Caitlyn, Registered Nurse BSN As a nurse, I thought I was prepared to officially become a mom with my first child. Little did I know, my water would break as my baby was growing inside of me. I was 24 weeks pregnant and it was classified as a premature rupture of membranes. In other words, my wate

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Is it More Than Baby Blues?

You’re expecting a new baby! Everyone is excited, and you can’t wait to bring the little bundle of joy home. But some women felt nervous, anxious or even scared when they get the baby home.  I remember not wanting to leave the hospital because I was afraid I wouldn’t put my s

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Eating Healthy and Pregnancy

Is eating healthy one of your priorities for 2020? Here are some tips on healthy snacking.

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Healthy Pregnancy: Tips on Working Out for Two

Being physically active has tremendous health benefits for pregnant women. Exercising may help. Learn more here.

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes affects close to 6 percent of pregnant women. It can usually be controlled by smart eating and regular exercise. Learn about the condition and how you can keep you and your baby healthy.

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Healthy Pregnancy: Tips on Working Out for Two

Being physically active has tremendous health benefits for pregnant women. Exercising may help. Learn more here.

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IVF Story

Our journey to have a baby started in 2012. It began nonchalantly: we decided that we were ready to bring a child into the world and support them with all the love that we could muster. So we excitedly stopped the birth control pills and started talking about baby names and cute outfits. After a yea

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Podcast: “It’s okay to not be okay.”

Moving Forward Together Listen to the Optum Employee Assistance Program’s podcast to help cope with the stress and anxiety of returning to the workplace. “Many of us are emotionally and physically fatigued… and then we go back to work.”    - Dr. Monika Roots  

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Vegan Mac ‘N’ Chezzze

Ingredients – Carrots – 2-3 cups chopped (I prefer 3 cups) Yellow Onion – ½ Gold Potatoes – 2 or 2-3 cups chopped Cashews – 1 ½ cups (use non-salted) Dijon Mustard – 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice – 1 Tablespoon Plant / Non-Dairy Based Milk &nda

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Family-Friendly Activities for Home

Once e-learning is completed for the day and other chores are done, many are reverting to screen time to keep children busy and engaged. That’s fine--remember, do what’s right for your family. However, let’s take a look at other options to keep the family occupied. Indoor Activit

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What I Wish I Knew Before Baby

From the moment you find out you’re pregnant, all of your attention and focus immediately turns to the baby you’re carrying. I remember that feeling of excitement wondering who the little one inside of me was going to be. All I could think about was the day I would get to hold and finall

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Taking Time For Yourself

Be Good to Yourself You have been going nonstop for weeks with your kids at home. One more kids’ movie without some alone time and you might just go crazy. How do you get through these moments? Start with one deep breath. It will get better, but is going to be this way for a while. Let’s

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A Long Pregnancy and Adoption Journey

I’ve never been pregnant.  I don’t have any children, but I hope to someday.  I’m in a same-sex relationship, and pregnancy is a more challenging path.  We’ve been on our journey for many years now.  My wife always wanted to be pregnant. I haven’t wa

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes affects close to 6  percent of pregnant women. It can usually be controlled by smart eating and regular exercise. Learn about the condition and how you can keep you and your baby healthy.

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Habits of Happy Moms

So many of us try to be the perfect mom to our kids that we forget to take care of ourselves and end up miserable. Being a happy mom trickles down to your children and can help make their lives happy and enriched. Below are some habits of happy mothers and how you can incorporate them into your eve

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Five ways to cope with miscarriage

If you’re reading this article, chances are that you or someone you know has suffered a miscarriage. It’s one of those silent clubs that more people are part of than you’d guess. I’m part of it too. You’re not alone. The days during and after a miscarriage are some of

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pathological health issues during pregnancy

hello,I'm searching for information in pathological health issues during pregnancy. I'm mostly interested in situations tha have to do will nutrition eg. diabetes, pre -eclampsia etc.

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Needing opinions, thoughts?

I need help, and all the answers I can get. I’m so confused. MY LMP was April 1st. I got a BFP, April 30th. Four days later I got my “period” or whatever it was and bled for seven days. Like a normal period. I thought we were miscarrying, but it seems that’s not the case. God has other plans, I thin

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