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  1. Planning Ahead for Baby

    Just as you take your prenatal vitamins, eat healthfully, and avoid smoking and alcohol, there are other things that expectant moms and dads must take care of before baby's arrival. It's time to start planning for baby's legal and financial security, experts tell WebMD. "Now that you are bringing a

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  2. Toxins and Pregnancy

    When you're expecting a baby, how vigilant do you need to be about possible toxins? Sure, you'll want to steer clear of smokers, the cat's litter box, and margaritas. But what about the sushi bar, nail polish, and bottled water? With new alarms sounded almost daily, it's a challenge to know what to

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  3. Top Tips for Pregnancy Nutrition

    Good nutrition during pregnancy improves your chances of having a healthy baby. It may even reduce the risk of certain chronic conditions in your child, long after he has grown. Whether you waited months for a positive pregnancy test or this pregnancy took you by surprise, you'll probably need to ma

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  4. The Pre-Baby Vacation

    The nursery is ready, you're stocked up on onesies, and you've got the market cornered on diapers. You are ready for baby to come -- well, almost. Before you pack your bag and get ready for your highly anticipated trip to the hospital, pack it for a babymoon, instead. The babymoon is the new way to

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  5. Pregnant and Pampered: Moms-to-Be Splurge on Spa Treatment

    When Kelly Kockos, 38, drove by Barefoot and Pregnant, a maternity spa in Sausalito, Calif., she knew it would be the perfect gift for her newly pregnant girlfriend. What she didn't know was that she, too, would soon be enjoying the maternity spa. Once Kockos became pregnant a few months later, she

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  6. Fertility Tests for Women

    Infertility is a serious worry for many couples because it's a diagnosis that has the potential to dramatically alter the life that you always imagined for yourself. But infertility is not as bleak as you might imagine. Although a person may be considered infertile after one full year of trying to c

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  7. 11 Things You Didn't Know About Twin Pregnancies

    If you are expecting twins and don't know what to expect, you are not alone. Many women pregnant with twins have no idea what to expect, but that doesn't mean they -- and you -- can't learn. So here is some information to help you understand what's happening when you're expecting twins. A twin pregn

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  8. Pregnancy Superfoods

    During pregnancy, healthy foods provide the optimum mix of baby-building nutrients. Starting in the second trimester, you'll need about 300 additional calories in your diet every day. Here are some choice foods to add to your pregnancy diet, making those extra calories count by providing a variety o

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  9. Deciding Baby's Sex

    If you're yearning to conceive a baby boy, can it really be as easy as eating breakfast cereal and a potassium-rich diet to tip the scales toward blue booties, as a recent study seems to indicate? If you want to welcome a bundle of pink, can tweaking your diet in other ways boost the chances? The re

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  10. Single Mom Diaries: And Baby Makes Two

    What if Mr. Right never comes along? What if things don't go as planned and time starts running out? Meet the new breed of single mom.

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