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  1. Green Goods
    A new report published in Obstetrics & Gynecology and the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology suggests that there are certain pregnancy complications that should be looked at as warning signs for chronic health conditions like diabetes and hypertension. While a woman's body was made...
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    It's been said, "If you can't beat them, join them!" Well, tennis rockstar and new mama Serena Williams has taken that motto to a whole new level, wearing a custom designer tutu in response to the complaint that her 'catsuit' was disrespectful to the game. You may have heard about how the...
  3. Pregnancy & Birth
    Mega-star Beyoncé took the opportunity to share the story of her preeclampsia with her twins' pregnancy, telling fans that her pregnancy and their birth has made her a survivor. Beyoncé's twins are now over a year old, and she finally feels ready to talk about the harrowing events of her...
  4. Green Goods
    Most women try to avoid bacteria while expecting. However, a new study shows that consuming probiotics, or "friendly bacteria," during pregnancy may lower the risk of the pre-eclampsia and pre-term birth. Preeclampsia affects two to eight percent of pregnancies worldwide, with an estimated 3.4%...
  5. Green Goods
    New research is showing that pregnant women who experience high blood pressure should be aware of the signs and symptoms of stroke after the baby is born. Throughout pregnancy, the woman is the patient. But once the baby is born the primary focus shifts away from mom to the little bundle of...
  6. Green Goods
    Preeclampsia is a risk to both infant and mother. A new study has found that vitamin B3 can help relieve key preeclampsia symptoms. Many women have some swelling in their ankles at some point of their pregnancy, particularly after being on their feet for too long on a hot day. But significant...
  7. Breastfeeding Challenges
    My relative has postpartum preeclampsia. Luckily, the hospital caught it before she was discharged and her health is no longer in jeopardy. But now they told her she can't nurse. My research says she can ebf on magnesium, but I'm looking for a better article than drugs.com. Does anyone have more...
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