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Please Stop Saying This to Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is a magical time for a woman. But it's also a time of bodily changes, awkwardness and discomfort. Why would you want to pile on more awkwardness by saying something foolish? That's right, you wouldn't. So read on and learn the nine things that you should never, ever say to a pregnant woman.

"You look like you're about to pop!" No woman wants to hear this. You might as well tell her she's a hippo.

8 Bump-Friendly Maternity Dresses for Wedding Season

How to Stay (and Look) Cool This Summer—No Matter Your Trimester

“Normal pregnancy-related hot flashes—coupled with late-summer temperatures—can be totally miserable,” says Lisa Domagalski, M.D., FACOG, a clinical instructor at the Brown University School of Medicine in Providence, R.I. “Heat also exacerbates other common pregnancy-related discomforts,” she adds.

Your Baby Gear Dilemmas, Solved

Create a Bright and Sunny Nursery for Your Baby

Maternity Bathing Suits That Flatter Your Baby Bump

3 Casual-Cool Maternity Dresses

Nesting Trends: Cute Nursery Ideas From Celebrity Moms

What Causes Autism?

Researchers examined the brains of children who had autism, and found a surprising connection between autism and pregnancy. What you should know about the study.

Colds During Pregnancy: Should You Worry?

Colds are never fun—least of all when you’re already fatigued from growing a baby inside of you. And now, new research finds another downside to having the sniffles when you’re pregnant: Colds during pregnancy are linked to an increased risk of your baby developing asthma, says a study in Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.