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February 01, 2015

Fitness and Pregnancy

Benefits, maintaining a routine and postpartum

Staying healthy during pregnancy is essential, but there's more to it than good nutrition. While some women may be wary about working out while pregnant, exercise is actually an important way to feel your best and help relieve some of the common side effects of pregnancy....more»
February 01, 2015

What to Do When Your Baby is in the NICU

Strategies for managing this difficult time

As a parent, bringing your newborn home from the hospital for the first time is one of life's great joys. But for some parents, this journey can take a little longer than expected....more»
February 01, 2015

Secondary Infertility

Coping with unexpected pregnancy problems

"This was something my body was just supposed to know how to do," says Amy M., a mother of three who faced secondary infertility following a more typical first pregnancy....more»
July 01, 2014

Five Star Birthing Options

Local hospitals offer expectant mothers a host of delivery choices

Welcoming a new baby involves many decisions: Should we find out if it's a boy or girl? What color should we paint the nursery? What are we going to name our bundle of joy? But one of the most important and personal decisions an expectant mother can make is where and how she wants to give birth....more»
June 01, 2014

Research to Real World

Listening in the Womb

A pregnant belly is hard to resist, whether it's our own or someone else's…we all want to talk to it, read to it and sing to it....more»
February 01, 2014

Maternity and Delivery: Then and Now

How your mother's experience differs from your own

The experience of being pregnant and giving birth has changed dramatically over the years. Below, learn how the advice and opportunities offered to today's moms-to-be compare to those given to women from previous generations....more»
July 01, 2013

What I Didn't Expect When Expecting

Whose body is this anyway?

Congratulations: you're pregnant! Now what? If you're a mom-to-be, put your feet up and get reading! While you may be aware of the morning sickness in your future, there are many lesser-known pregnancy symptoms you may experience during the next nine months. ...more»
July 01, 2013

Monogram Maternity

A personalized approach to childbirth

On February 18, 2012, Ashley Eddie gave birth to a beautiful 6 pound, 10 ounce baby girl. Although Ashley's doctor wasn't on call that night, she couldn't have been happier with her experience. Below, Ashley talks about her journey with Monogram Maternity and how it worked out so well for her...more»
July 01, 2013

When Tests Get It Wrong

There are few things more devastating than losing a child — especially when it could have been prevented. The tiny lives lost each year from infection with Group B Streptococcus can be saved by better screening and appropriate treatment. ...more»
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