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Q&A with the Vagina Coach: Incontinence, Pelvic Floor Health and How to Do Kegels Correctly

World Continence Week runs annually in late June, to raise awareness and to help eradicate the unnecessary stigma that surrounds incontinence and pelvic floor health. Many people, especially those who’ve given birth, suffer from varying degrees of incontinence. We laugh about peeing when we sneeze, but many of us...

“Send Me Into the Woods Alone” Book Excerpt: A Million Hands in One Vagina

New from writer Erin Pepler comes Send Me Into the Woods Alone: Essays on Motherhood. This book touches on the major milestones of raising kids, from giving birth to lying to kids about the Tooth Fairy, as well as on the unattainable expectations placed on mothers today. Read on for...

14 Pretty Nature-Inspired Baby Names

We've got pretty floral baby names that might be a good pick (see what we did there?) for your sweet babe.

4 ways to help kids cope with needles

It’s always tough to see your little ones get shots at the doctor’s office, but we’ve got tips for helping with the discomfort.

The First 24 Hours

By now, most moms and dads think they should have the hang of this parenting thing, but with every new stage of life, there’s something to learn. We’ve rounded up some of the most common milestones kids hit between the ages of six and 10, to help you with this next leg of the journey.

What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag

Getting ready for baby? It’s time to pack your bag and go! Print this list and cross items off to ensure you’ve got all your potential needs covered.

9 Tips for Getting Ready for Baby

It’s a good idea to prepare for giving birth relatively early, as some women will go into labour sooner than expected. Here are a few ways to get ready to welcome your new little one.

When To Call the Doctor During Pregnancy

Many changes stem from pregnancy and it can be hard to know what's normal, especially if you’re a first-timer. Read on for more info about when to call the doctor.

Second and Third Trimester and Pregnancy Myths

As you get further into your pregnancy, a number of questions may arise. We broke down a few common issues in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, and how to deal with them.

Nutrition and Exercise During Pregnancy

Getting regular exercise and paying attention to your diet are two things that can help to contribute to a healthy pregnancy. We’ve got the goods on whether or not you’re eating for two and tips for listening to your body.

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