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Beyond The Belles: 55 Baby Names That Mean Beautiful

Who doesn't want a gorgeous child? Alright, so we're not the Jolie-Pitts but there's no reason we can't bestow a name meaning beautiful or handsome on one of our own. Why not put...

 

Hipster Baby Names We're Loving In 2015

Grandma & Grandpa names are back with a vengeance. What's trending right now? Jasper, Felix, and Floyd. That's right: Florence, Mabel, Maude are no longer names affixed to...

 

Mood Swings Every Mom-to-Be Will Have During Pregnancy

One day, you're sitting at the office going about your work and everything is fine. The next, you're sitting under a pile of tissues bawling over a video you just watched of a...

 

8 Ways To Help With Constipation In Babies

It's a topic that no one really wants to talk about, but every mother is concerned about: babies and their poop. When holding that new life in your hands, everything about them...

 

Eat those greens: How to give your kids healthy eating habits

Worried that you child isn’t getting the best nutrition? We know the feeling. Instilling the importance of healthy eating in your child can be difficult, especially if they're...

 

The art of letting go: Tips for moms with separation anxiety

Every mother feels anxious about leaving their child for the first time. Be it dropping your kid off at daycare or school, or leaving them with a sitter for the first time, moms...

 

Pregnancy Birthing Ball Exercise Tips

All women want to stay as healthy as possible during their pregnancy, but many may not be sure how to do it. Exercising and stretching on a birthing ball...

 

Vaginal blood loss: Bleeding during pregnancy

Having a baby can be both the most exciting and worrying time of your life. You have so much to look forward to and yet it's easy to get caught up with the things that spell trouble...

 

Traveling while pregnant

Unless you have a high-risk pregnancy there's no reason why vacations out of the question, but bear in mind the restrictions your condition imposes on your travels when you go abroad...

 

The do's and don'ts of pregnancy made easy

We all know how to get pregnant but what do when you actually are with-child can be quite tricky to work out on your own. We got the experts to help.

 

Ways To Induce Labor: A Practical Guide To Inducing Labor

From sex and curry to a cervical sweep, there are a number of ways to induce labor. But which ones really work, what are the risks involved, and which - if any - should you consider...

 

Herbal tea in pregnancy & herbalism

Herbalism relies on herbal or botanical remedies made from plants or plant extracts to treat ailments. Herbal tea in pregnancy is often used to provide safe nutrition and reduce...

 

Abortion Pill: Questions About The Abortion Pill

Making the decision to have an abortion is extremely difficult and emotional for any woman, but if the situation arises, you'll want to be as prepared as possible and know what...

 

Reflux in babies

Reflux is when the contents of the stomach come back up towards the mouth after feeding. Read about the complications of reflux and treatments for babies.

 

Pelvic floor exercises

Pelvic floor exercises restore the strength and elasticity of the pelvic floor. But what exactly is the pelvic floor, and why are the exercises necessary?

 

Getting back in shape after pregnancy

Find out what you should be doing over the weeks following the birth of your baby to help you get back on form and in shape.

 

Premature babies

A premature baby is born before the expected date, which means before 37-41 weeks. Here's our guide to premature births.

 

Everything You Should Know About Having Sex While You're Pregnant

If you've ever watched Knocked Up, you may recall this line: "I'll poke the baby if I go deeper!" Spoken by Seth Rogen's character, expressing concern about hurting his girlfriend's...

 

High blood pressure in pregnancy

During pregnancy high blood pressure can pose a real danger to mother and child. Here are the reasons and consequences.

 

Ectopic pregnancy symptoms

Ectopic pregnancies happen to around 15,000 women every year, but what are the symptoms and what does it mean for you and your baby?