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Labor Prep for Expectant Moms

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The arrival of your baby will be one of the most exciting, emotional moments of your life. The very thought of labor, however, can be a source of anxiety for most expectant moms.

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Toxoplasmosis Screening for All Pregnant Women and Newborns Recommended

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Physicians found that signs, symptoms and identifiable risk factors are absent in more than half of the mothers of infants with congenital toxoplasmosis in a national study of children with this disease....

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My Baby's Breech. What are the Chances of Him Turning?

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If your baby is in a breech presentation at 32 weeks, will he or she stay that way? What can be done, and will a cesarean be performed? Obstetrical Nurse Wanda Steele offers some insight.

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Video: Drugs and Birth Defects

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Women may unknowingly take drugs that pose risks to fetuses.

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Eight Easy Steps for Planning a Safe and Healthy Pregnancy

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When it comes to pregnancy, it seems everyone is an expert.

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Basic Training for Labor

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In addition to all its other benefits, regular exercise actually helps to prepare the body for the rigors of labor! Studies have shown that physically fit moms-to-be experience faster labors and require fewer inductions, forceps deliveries and cesarean deliveries than their coach potato counterparts.

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