It's not a myth that eating multiple daily servings of fruits and vegetables is good for you. Fruits and vegetables provide necessary vitamins, minerals, fiber, sugars, carbohydrates, all of which do things like provide energy, promote healthy digestion, boost immunity, fight disease, and maintain o
For some things in life, it makes sense to go fast, like when you're in a race and the ultimate goal is how quickly you make it to the finish line.
The same theory is not best applied to having a baby. And yet, in hospitals across the United States, and increasingly in countries worldwide, there
For expectant and new moms, it’s the unexpected that can quickly change the course of normal pregnancies. That’s why the Preeclampsia Foundation is dedicated to providing education about preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Preeclampsia is a serious disease related to high
It's Valentine's Day, you've recently had a baby, and you're scrambling for ways to celebrate your partner and your love amid the changing diapers, round-the-clock feedings, and limited alone time. Here's the good news: in the days, weeks, and months after you've had a baby, you get a pass for nearl
You may have heard of "feeding on demand," but what does that mean, what does it look like, and what do the experts say about it? You'll find a variety of opinions and schools of thought on how to feed your baby, from newborn stage through to her first table foods and beyond. One of the most prevale