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Docs Iffy On Exercise Advice

11.03.10 Staying active during your pregnancy can reduce complications and speed your post-baby recovery.

Let's Talk About Sex

Women don't lose that lovin' feeling just because they're expecting, study says. After baby? Well, that's a different story.

Homeopathic Teething Tablets Pulled

10.27.10 Potentially toxic levels of substance found in infant over-the-counter remedy for teething pain.

Surprising Results in Baby Sleep Study

10.26.10 Researchers find that the first four months of a new baby's life are crucial in setting bedtime sleep habits.

Make Your Baby's First Halloween Special

Sure, your baby's first Halloween is more for you than him, but it doesn't mean it can't be fun. Here's a guide to everything ghoulish and sweet about the night.

Possible Jaundice-Autism Link

10.12.10 New study says more autism cases found in children who had jaundice as newborns.

Gender Predictions Turn to the Moon

09.28.10 Popular Chinese lunar calendars are fun but not necessarily fool-proof in guessing baby's sex

High-Intensity Workouts During Pregnancy: Safe or Sorry?

Understanding risks, and taking precautions, are key to staying safe while getting your prenatal sweat on.

Generic Meds OK for Young Kids

Officials say parents should feel safe about giving generic over-the-counter drugs to sick infants, children.

Breastfeeding Rate Improves

09.15.10 Breastfeeding figures at birth see boost, but most moms give up by six-month mark.

Moms-To-Be, Make It a Good Habit

First-trimester health practices affect your whole pregnancy, researchers find.

U.S. Birth Rate Hits New Low

08.31.10 Drop in number of babies born in the United States linked to recession, experts say

Tainted Deli Meat Recalled

08.26.10 Contaminated luncheon meat can cause miscarriage, experts say. Plus, bottle warmers also pulled from store shelves.

A Win-Win for Breastfeeding

08.24.10 Nurse longer and enjoy better health later, studies say
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