High Blood-Sugar in Pregnancy Increases Baby’s Heart Defect Risk – NDTV
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High Blood-Sugar in Pregnancy Increases Baby's Heart Defect Risk
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New York: Pregnant women with high blood-sugar levels - even if it is below the cutoff for diabetes - are more likely to have babies with congenital heart defects, says a new study. "We already knew that women with diabetes were at significantly ...
High blood-sugar in pregnancy ups baby's heart defect riskETHealthWorld.com
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High-impact exercise before pregnancy may prevent pelvic pain – South China Morning Post (subscription)
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High-impact exercise before pregnancy may prevent pelvic pain
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Exercising up to five times weekly before pregnancy may help to stave off pelvic girdle pain - an umbrella term for any type of pain associated with the joint and ligament changes prompted by pregnancy - finds new research involving more than 39,000 ...

Kim Kardashian speaks for New York moms who can’t bear pregnancy – New York Daily News
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Kim Kardashian speaks for New York moms who can't bear pregnancy
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Being pregnant isn't all it's knocked up to be. Kim Kardashian, who's expecting her second child with Kanye West this Christmas, revealed she still can't bear carrying a baby. “I'm gonna keep it real: For me, pregnancy is the worst experience of my ...

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Exercise before pregnancy reduces risk of pelvic girdle pain – Medical News Today
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Exercise before pregnancy reduces risk of pelvic girdle pain
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Pelvic girdle pain is common in pregnant women and is associated with disability, depression, reduced quality of life and higher prevalence of sick leave - both during and after pregnancy. New research suggests that pre-pregnancy exercise can help ...
High impact exercise pre-pregnancy 'can help cut pelvic pain'BT.com
Regular Exercise May Help Pregnant Women Skip Common Pelvic …
Pregnant women ‘should not touch a drop of alcohol’ – Telegraph.co.uk
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Pregnant women 'should not touch a drop of alcohol'
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In the BMJ article, the doctors said how and when foetal damage occurs is unknown and will vary according to each individual pregnancy. They add: "Pregnant women must know there is no evidence of a threshold level of alcohol consumption in pregnancy ...
Should women consume alcohol during pregnancy?EurekAlert (press release)
Is it wrong to drink alcohol while pregnant? Even the experts …