• Five Tips For Returning From Maternity Leave During COVID-19

    Five Tips For Returning From Maternity Leave During COVID-19

    What if you’re becoming a working parent for the first time during the pandemic? Read on for tips on how to make the already-difficult transition back to work from maternity leave in such an unusual and challenging time—in a way that still works for your family.
  • What to Expect from a Telemedicine OB Appointment

    What to Expect from a Telemedicine OB Appointment

    A telemedicine appointment is a meeting with your care provider that takes place over a secure, HIPAA-compliant video chat software. “Telemedicine” refers specifically to remote clinical visits, so that one-on-one time with your obstetrician, whereas “telehealth” encompasses broader wellness-related services and outcomes, such as remote monitoring of blood pressure or vital signs.
  • Nutrition & Meal Planning while Social Distancing

    Nutrition & Meal Planning while Social Distancing

    When you’re feeling stressed out, close your eyes, relax your body, take a deep breath into your belly, and consider adopting the 5 tips below to help you and your family eat healthy while social distancing and staying at home.
  • 8 ways to manage your family’s moods during stressful times

    8 ways to manage your family’s moods during stressful times

    It’s totally normal to feel worried and tense right now, and for that to have a trickle effect. Let’s take a look at how you and your kiddos feed off of each other emotionally—and ways to steer everyone in a calmer direction.
  • What Pregnant Moms Should Know About Coronavirus

    What Pregnant Moms Should Know About Coronavirus

    You haven’t even met your baby yet, but you’re doing everything that you can to ensure a healthy pregnancy. With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on everyone’s mind right now, you may be wondering how to keep yourself and your growing baby safe.
  • Taking care of your mental health

    Taking care of your mental health

    The spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has upended our daily lives, forcing many of us to stay home and interact with only our immediate family. By now you know ways to stay healthy and stop the spread of the virus—such as washing your hands and social distancing. But in times like this, it’s equally important to take care of your mental health.
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