Search Results for 'pregnancy'

post thumbnail
0

Over 35? Pregnancy Complications to Watch For

The trend toward older parenthood continues, with recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicating that for the first time in three decades 2016 birth rates among women 30-34 surpassed those among women ages 25-29 in the United States. The average age for women having their first child is now 28 years old.

post thumbnail
0

Study: Pregnancy After Breast Cancer Is Safe

At the 2017 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASOC) women heard some reassuring news about the long-term results of a breast cancer study. That comforting news? It appears to be safe for women to get pregnant following an early stage breast cancer diagnosis.

post thumbnail
0

Is There Increased Miscarriage Risk from Antibiotics in Early Pregnancy?

According to a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, many classes of common antibiotics were associated with increased risk of miscarriage when used in early pregnancy.

post thumbnail
0

New Advice on Pot and Pregnancy

With marijuana being legalized in numerous states across the US, there’s new advice urging women to refrain from smoking pot during pregnancy because of the risk that doing so could affect the brain of a developing fetus.

post thumbnail
0

Does Baby Gender Affect Pregnancy Health?

People have been trying to predict baby genders for centuries. A new study published online in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity says that women who are carrying a female child may actually experience heightened inflammation which could make them feel worse during their pregnancy.

post thumbnail
0

Microbial Legacy Begins in Pregnancy

A mother who gives birth vaginally and breastfeeds her baby is passing on essential microbes to her child, part of a continual chain of maternal heritage that stretches through generations of ancestry if all have done the same. This means that trillions of microorganisms that live on in the baby resemble those of the mother, her mother, and previous generations.

post thumbnail
0

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Study Examines the Global Prevalence of Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy

Despite the studies out there touting the risks of alcohol consumption during pregnancy, it maintains a concerning prevalence. Yet no one really knew just how devastating the numbers really were. A new study, conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and published in The Lancet Global Health, has given us a clear but disheartening analysis.

post thumbnail
1

10 Tips For Adding More Iron To Your Diet During Pregnancy

Necessary for the production and health of red blood cells, iron is a vital nutrient. It is especially important for women who are pregnant because it ensures that both you and baby are getting the oxygen you need. Unfortunately, around half of all pregnant women suffer from some form of anemia. Protect the health of you and your baby by learning how to add more iron into your diet.

post thumbnail
0

Study: Pregnancy Brain is a Real Thing

A new study by researchers at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona has revealed that when women become pregnant the structure of their brain changes.

post thumbnail
0

Study Finds No Increased Autism Risk from Flu, Flu Shot During Pregnancy

A new study published in Tuesday’s issue of JAMA Pediatrics reputes earlier, smaller studies that hinted at an association between serious viral and maternal fever from flu and an increased risk of autism. This newest study examined health records of more than 196,929 children born at Kaiser Permanente facilities in Northern California between 2000 and 2010.

post thumbnail
0

Are You Getting Enough Calcium During Your Pregnancy?

Did you know that approximately 68% of women are calcium deficient? Meeting the recommended 1000 mg of daily calcium needed during your pregnancy is even more important because baby’s bones, teeth, heart, nerves, and muscles depend on calcium for growth.