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Dr. Oz On The Just-Right Size Baby

How to have a baby who’s neither too big nor too small.

Pointers For Pops

Dads-to-be often feel left out, but there’s really plenty they can do to help their partners.

Does Age Really Matter?

What you need to know about pregnancy in your 20s, 30s and 40s.

Old Wives Vs. Science

Find out how much of the pregnancy advice you receive is backed by research, and how much is mere folk wisdom.

Pregnant Belly Basics

Interesting facts to know as your baby bump grows.

The First Kick

What does it feel like?

What's Normal, What's Not (And When to Call Your OB)

Common pregnancy symptoms like spotting and contractions can be harmless or signs of trouble. Here’s how to tell the difference.

Placenta Power

Everything you put in your body reaches your baby via the placenta.

Saving Babies

Black infants in the U.S. are more than twice as likely to die as white babies. How you can help shrink the gap.

Liquid Assets

Amniotic fluid does much more than cushion your baby’s ride.

Reduce Your Radiation Risk

How to protect your baby from the unseen dangers of X-rays, cellphones and other high-tech gadgets

A Bump in the Road

Pregnancy is not always a blissful time, especially for women who suffer from emotional illnesses such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder. Untreated, these conditions can have serious consequences for both mom and baby. Here, experts—as well as mothers who’ve been there—share their solutions.

Save $$ on Your Vitamins

Taking them religiously is the most important thing about prenatal vitamins.
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