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What is an at-risk pregnancy?

Although pregnancy goes smoothly for most women, some pregnancies are considered ‘at risk.’

Dealing with gender disappointment

Feeling sad that you’re expecting one gender when you’d hoped for the other? Experts say there are ways to manage your feelings.

Tips for caring for near-term babies

Babies born between 37 and 38 weeks are considered early-term. These babies do not face the same difficulties as preemies but they are not-term.

20 food-inspired baby names

You might have food on your brain, especially if you're having cravings. Check out these sweet inspired baby names for inspo.

Dealing with new-parent anxiety

Wracked with new-parent anxiety? It's totally normal. Here are ways to deal with it.

What to pack in your hospital bag

The moment of truth is coming up quickly. It's important to ready your hospital bag a few weeks before your due date.

Tips on prenatal skin care

We all hope for that pregnancy ‘glow’ we've long heard about, but stretch marks, dark patches, red spots, dry, itchy skin and pimples are realities that leave many pregnant women feeling far from glowing.

Pregnancy and swollen feet

While it’s not a lasting problem, it can be uncomfortable and make it difficult to wear shoes.

What happens in the last weeks and days of pregnancy

Congrats! You're in your ninth month of pregnancy, and you could go into labour at any time. Here's what to expect in the last days of your pregnancy.

3 things you should never say to a woman after a miscarriage

Miscarriages are tough. If you've been through it yourself, you know. And it doesn't help that the very people trying to show support, often end up making you feel worse. Here's what to never say.

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