Pregnant women often worry about the safety of the food they eat during pregnancy, says registered dietitian Daina Kalnins. From soft cheese to herbal teas, here’s what you need to know when it comes to safely eating for two.
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There are so many studies telling new moms what they shouldn’t eat during pregnancy, so we’re happy to see one that tells us to eat something that we actually like.
If you suffer from lower back pain after giving birth, you’re not alone. Almost 50 percent of women will suffer from lower back pain in the first few months after having a baby. Here’s why:
It’s relatively common for women to have problems getting pregnant with their second (or third) child, even if they’ve never had fertility issues before. Here’s what may be causing your infertility and what you can do about it: