• Using Prenatal Yoga To Build Strength At Home

    Using Prenatal Yoga To Build Strength At Home

    Prenatal yoga is designed to help build strength and flexibility for labor and delivery, while also teaching useful breath and focus techniques for the mental challenges.
  • 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.
  • Should You Seek a Baby-Friendly Hospital?

    Should You Seek a Baby-Friendly Hospital?

    As you get closer to your due date, you may be wondering if it’s important to deliver your baby at a hospital or birthing center that’s been designated “Baby-Friendly.” If you want to breastfeed, you may want to ask your doctor or midwife if there’s a Baby-Friendly facility in your area.
  • 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.
  • Changes to Your Breasts While Pregnant

    Changes to Your Breasts While Pregnant

    In addition to your expanding belly, your breasts will continue to change throughout your pregnancy as they prepare to provide nourishment for your baby.
  • The Final Few Weeks of Pregnancy

    The Final Few Weeks of Pregnancy

    You're nearly there! The last few weeks of pregnancy can be among the most uncomfortable and by now you're desperate to meet your baby.
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