We’ve all heard stories about pregnant women having can’t-get-it-out-of-your-head cravings. But new study suggests that it might just be a figment of your imagination.
Women who have higher levels of vitamin D in their bodies while they are pregnant may have babies with stronger muscles, say researchers.
Instead of panicking in front of your wardrobe when you can’t fit into your favourite pair of jeans, just take a deep breath and start by taking some “baby” steps towards your slim and healthy mama body.
See what foods you should avoid during your pregnancy, but also why they’re bad for you and how you can make them work during the next nine months.
Just when you’re in the thrill of announcing the reason why you’re glowing, morning sickness hits you – nausea, possibly vomiting or retching. Here are 10 tips to help cure morning sickness.