33 Weeks Pregnant: What to Expect During Pregnancy

Your baby's toenails, fingernails and skeleton have formed. Credit: GE Healthcare Take a few minutes now, while you have the time, to call your insurance company and find out what -- if anything -- they need from you, your employer or ...

Katie Holmes, Reading Month, and Pregnancy Heartburn - Links We Love

A North Carolina mom called back by the Army four years after honorable discharge was excused from service after she reported for duty with her kids in tow. Guess Uncle Sam didn't want to babysit. -- Strollerderby Katie Holmes opens up to Glamour ...

The upside of no longer being pregnant

Many women get depressed over the fact that they are no longer pregnant. They miss having a baby tucked warmly, safely away inside of them. Some believe that post-partum depression in part derives from this feeling. But, I can personally attest, the...

Pregnancy and heartburn

Many of us will face the multitude of pregnancy ups and downs. During our first trimester we may be nauseous day and night, leading us to wonder why they call it morning sickness. We may swell in places we never dreamed could get any bigger. Our boo...

Pregnancy fact or fiction: On your back

I heard the umbilical cord would get wrapped around the baby's neck. I heard it would suffocate the baby. I heard it would suffocate me. I heard not to ever, ever, ever sleep on my back. Coincidentally, I forgot to ever ask my OBGYN about whether ...

More kids taking prescription heartburn medication

Lately, Ellie has been complaining about symptoms that sound an awful lot like heartburn. She describes it as feeling like a there is a bubble in her chest that makes her want to burp. This usually happens only after eating certain foods, which we ar...

Tips to prevent acid reflux in pregnancy

Quick, what's the first thing you think of when you hear the words "acid reflux"? Is it Ashlee Simpson and her major gaffe on live TV? Or is it the time during your pregnancy when you were convinced you were dying because your esophagus was bursting ...


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