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Age & Pregnancy: Why It Matters

There are a lot of perks to growing older. Your car insurance costs will go down. You'll probably be able to afford more of life's luxuries. You'll have spent some time getting to know yourself, so your self-confidence is probably much higher than it was in your 20s. Most women view growing older with
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Age & Pregnancy: Why It Matters

There are a lot of perks to growing older. Your car insurance costs will go down. You'll probably be able to afford more of life's luxuries. You'll have spent some time getting to know yourself, so your self-confidence is probably much higher than it was in your 20s. Most women view growing older with
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Age & Pregnancy: Why It Matters

There are a lot of perks to growing older. Your car insurance costs will go down. You'll probably be able to afford more of life's luxuries. You'll have spent some time getting to know yourself, so your self-confidence is probably much higher than it was in your 20s. Most women view growing older with
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A Key to Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss: Sleep!

By JustMommies staff

Besides diet and exercise, a key factor to post-pregnancy weight loss is getting enough sleep, according to researchers. HealthDay reported on a new study done by scientists from Kaiser Permanente out of Oakland, CA, which found that women who slept five hours a night or less were three times more likely
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A Key to Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss: Sleep!

By JustMommies staff

Besides diet and exercise, a key factor to post-pregnancy weight loss is getting enough sleep, according to researchers. HealthDay reported on a new study done by scientists from Kaiser Permanente out of Oakland, CA, which found that women who slept five hours a night or less were three times more likely
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Alcohol during Pregnancy: Is It Really that Bad to Have a Drink When Pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

Many doctors are worried that women are getting mixed signals when it comes to alcohol during pregnancy. Some research indicates that moderate consumption of alcohol is okay, but many specialists contend that this is not a green light to start drinking through pregnancy. The research is still fairly
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Alpha-Fetoprotein Test (or AFP Test)

By JustMommies staff

The purpose of routine pre-natal exams is to monitor the health of both mom and baby. Typical prenatal exams consist of obtaining the mothers weight, vital signs (temperature, pulse, respirations and blood pressure) listening to the fetal heart beat and discussing any questions or concerns the doctor
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"Am I in Labor?" 8 Ways to Tell if Labor Has Started

It is the question on the minds of most women who are pregnant. Carrying a child and giving birth are
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Am I Pregnant? How Early Can I Test?

By JustMommies staff

A woman crossing her fingers while holding a pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests rely on the presence of the hormone hCG, which may be detectable as early as seven days after fertilization.
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Am I Pregnant? How Early Can I Test?

By JustMommies staff

A woman crossing her fingers while holding a pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests rely on the presence of the hormone hCG, which may be detectable as early as seven days after fertilization.
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