7 surefire ways to get back into shape after having your baby.
A postpartum weight-loss timeline.
Expert advice on recovering from a Cesarean section.
Eight must-have postpartum products every new mother needs to recover from delivery.
Yes, recovering from a Cesarean section hurts--it's major surgery!
Postpartum headaches can be painful. What to do and how to prevent them from coming back.
What 70 percent of new moms need to know.
Our experts--doctors, trainers and physical therapists--will help guide you, body part by body part, through this strange new land.
Mountain climbers might just be considered the perfect postnatal workout. Once you get your doc's OK, incorporate these into your exercise routine.
Ice skaters are a great way to tone your whole body. While they can be done in pregnancy, they're even better as a workout to get your body back after baby.
Women who had a higher BMI one year postpartum were more likely to have pelvic organ prolapse, per a new study. Here's why shedding your pregnancy weight matters.
Six real women share their postpartum leaking stories.
Mrs. Ryan Gosling totally has her priorities in check. And we love her for it.
The model who made headlines for keeping her impressive six-pack abs intact throughout her pregnancy shows off her post-baby body, and it's ripped.
The symptoms of pelvic prolapse--and how to treat it.
Whether you're suffering from the baby blues or just having a hard day, try one of these proven positive psychology tricks to help boost your mood.
Skin-to-skin contact benefits both mom and baby.
Are your lustrous locks falling out now that baby is here? Find out why, when it happens and when to start worrying.
It's vital that every woman has a postpartum checkup.
What you need to know about postpartum depression signs, symptoms and treatment.
Studies suggest the "feel-good" hormone oxytocin might be the key to helping new moms with postpartum depression, or PPD. But is it too soon for a treatment?
It can be hard to shed the baby weight, but a new study suggests it's best to do so before baby #2--even if you were a healthy weight and only gained 15 pounds.
Why your own first medical exam after having a baby is as important as your newborn's.