Diet for a Healthy Pregnancy: What to Eat When You're Expecting

Diet for a Healthy Pregnancy: What to Eat When You're Expecting

The importance of eating healthy while you are pregnant can never be overstated. Maintaining a nutritious diet through all trimesters is essential for your baby's brain development and healthy birth weight. A well-balanced pregnancy diet helps reduce the risks of many congenital disabilities while keeping unpleasant pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness and fatigue away.

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What Do You Need to Know about Postpartum Depression and Its Treatment?

What Do You Need to Know about Postpartum Depression and Its Treatment?
The birth of a baby can trigger multiple emotions of excitement, joy, fear, and also hormone changes. As a result, some mothers experience postpartum baby blues, which generally start within the first 2 to 3 days after delivery and may last up to two weeks with symptoms including mood swings, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. However, some moms may experience a severe, longer-lasting form of depression called postpartum depression....Continue reading

7 Easy Pregnancy Care Tips for This Summer

7 Easy Pregnancy Care Tips for This Summer
While summer is a great time to enjoy pool parties, beach vacations, hiking, and camping, it can pose more risks for pregnant women. Generally, a pregnant woman’s body temperature is higher than usual, making them susceptible to heat-related illnesses. The added summer heat can cause complications such as heat exhaustion, dehydration, mood swings, etc. Being aware of summer pregnancy risks will help you stay prepared both physically and mentally....Continue reading

Cervical Cancer: 6 Critical Facts That You Should Know

Cervical Cancer: 6 Critical Facts That You Should Know
Cervical cancer occurs in a woman’s cervix, a tube-shaped organ that connects the uterus to the vagina, located in the lower portion of the uterus. The malignant cancer cells will form on the surface of the cervix. The American Cancer Society estimates 14,480 new cervical cancer cases will be diagnosed in the United States in 2021, and 4,290 women will die from it. Cervical cancer is often diagnosed in women between the age of 35, and 44 and 20% of women over 65 can also develop cervical cancer....Continue reading