Prenatal screening is non-invasive and can reveal birth defects, but is it a good idea? Two moms and an expert weigh in.
We quickly learned that what other kids intuited – grammar, innuendo, body language – Casey would have to study, as if a second language, except it would be his first. So the lessons began in earnest – for all of us, really.
How much sugar is too much sugar, and what about naturally-occurring sugars? We asked a dietitian for the scoop.
Using a weighted blanket is just like swaddling a babe or being hugged tight, and they’ve been touted for their treatment or help with insomnia, mental health issues (depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder), restless leg syndrome, Alzheimer’s and even cerebral palsy in adults, and have even shown some positive results with those on the autism spectrum.
There's so many things to avoid during pregnancy, but do you really need to quit sushi, too? We asked a doctor to weigh in.