The unexpected must-have for sore, healing postpartum moms? Condoms. Seriously--you'll want to stock up on condoms. Here's why.
From C-section scar healers to postpartum nutrition--and of course, lots and lots of pelvic support--these items will help ease your postpartum recovery so you can focus on your new little one.
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.
Our experts--doctors, trainers and physical therapists--will help guide you, body part by body part, through this strange new land.
It's hard enough being pregnant or caring for a newborn with your health and sanity intact, without adding the stress of travel and the risk of illness to the mix. Here are your best strategies for warding off aches and pains this holiday season.
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.
What 70 percent of new moms need to know.
Postpartum headaches can be painful. What to do and how to prevent them from coming back.
Yes, recovering from a Cesarean section hurts--it's major surgery!
...and other reasons some parents don't want to vaccinate. Here's the science behind the concerns.
Your journey to feeling strong, energized, and healthy in your new-mom skin starts here.
PSA: Bar Refaeli got pregnant mere months after welcoming a baby and you can too. The fact that the model is expecting again isn't shocking...but is it healthy?
Want to keep your breast milk flowing--and your baby safe? Avoid these foods, medications, and herbs, which could reduce your breast milk supply, make your baby fussy, or otherwise be unsafe.
Tammin Sursok opened up about the anxiety she experienced after welcoming her baby, and her admission is 100 percent relatable.
British actress and new mama Stephanie Davis has some words for an Instagram user who body shamed her just three months after she had a baby.
This mom's raw postpartum photo makes a really powerful statement--and you'll love the way she reached out to other moms to let them know they're not alone.
Skin-to-skin contact benefits both mom and baby.
A mother was out shopping when another woman suggested she try a product that would change her postpartum body--and the mama's point about why this is so not ok is a great one.
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.
Don't let the judgy social media commenters or well-intentioned loved ones get you down--it's okay to make these so-called new mom "mistakes."