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Fetal Cells Found in Women's Brains, Long After Childbirth

Prepare to be freaked out AND amazed: Scientists have found cells from growing babies in all different parts of a mother's body, helping but harming, too.
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Postpartum Depression or Baby Blues? New Test Could Tell the Difference

Doctors have found a new way to identify women who are more likely to develop PPD, getting them better help sooner.

Get Happy! 5 Easy Mood Boosters

Having a hard day? Try one of these proven positive psychology tricks to feel better fast.

8 Easy Ways to Boost Your Happiness

Whether you're running on empty, overwhelmed or have the baby blues, find your groove as a new mom with these proven fixes.

The Downside to a Home-Cooked Meal

A family meal isn't healthy if you're burned out after preparing it.

Should You Worry About Uterine Prolapse (Or Pelvic Organ Prolapse)?

The symptoms of pelvic prolapse—and how to treat it.

How to Love Your Postpartum Body As It Is

Pregnancy does some crazy things to your figure. Here's how to deal with—and even embrace—the lingering changes.

Your Postpartum Body: What to Expect and What to Do

Our experts—doctors, trainers and physical therapists—will help guide you, body part by body part, through this strange new land.

5 Things You Need to Know About Postpartum Depression

What you need to know about postpartum depression signs, symptoms and treatment.

Postpartum Care Kit For New Moms

Eight must-have postpartum products every new mother needs to recover from delivery.

Your Belly After Birth: How Long It Takes to Go Down

The average newborn weighs 7.5 pounds. But how many pounds will YOU weigh when you walk out of the delivery room?

Real Moms Talk: Did I Just Pee My Pants?

Six real women share their postpartum leaking stories.

Birthday Suit Bonus

Skin-to-skin contact benefits both mom and baby.

Tips for How to Lose the Baby Weight

7 surefire ways to get back into shape after having your baby.
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