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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.

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.

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.

What To Expect After Giving Birth

You've just given birth, now what? Your body will experience a lot of changes as it heals, here's how to know what's normal and what's not.

How To Decide If A Birthing Centre Is Right For You

If you’re debating about a hospital birth, consider a birthing centre—they can offer something more personal and comfortable than a hospital for your delivery, making them great alternatives for some mamas.

Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

Eighty percent of pregnant women experience nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (or NVP), so here are some ways to deal with your morning sickness.

Is a waterbirth right for you?

While there is little research about waterbirths and their benefits, many women agree; water provides a relaxing environment in which to not only labour, but also deliver.

The Rundown on C-sections

Here's everything you need to know about giving birth via a C-section. 

Relaxation and breathing techniques

Familiarize yourself with breathing and relaxation techniques that will allow you and your partner to get in touch with your body and your needs.

The latest trends in birthing

Two registered midwives give us the scoop.

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