1. World Breastfeeding Week

    The World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated in Europe 41 weeks of the year. The date was chosen in understanding that pregnancy started on January 1, the beginning of lactation would be week 41, ie, in early October.

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  2. Gestational Diabetes: Exercise reduces the risk of type 2 diabet

    Women with gestational diabetes, a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy and usually disappears after delivery may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in your daily routine including exercise, as revealed a new study.

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  3. Pregnancy: Increased risk of accidents

    About one in 50 pregnant women is involved in a serious car accident, usually during the second quarter, as we read in a new study.

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  4. Tommee Tippee: Pacifiers, Bottles ... for your baby

    Having a baby changes your life, so today there are a variety of products that make it easier to adapt to the new situation. Tommee Tippee is one of those brands you can find high quality accessories for your baby.

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  5. Breast Pump Avent, Tommee Tippee and DrBrowns

    Manual and electric breast pump. You join the job and you want to continue breastfeeding your baby, or simply can not be with him for a few hours. The existence of breast pumps will make this process easier, you take off the milk, preserved in the refrigerator or freeze until you need and go.

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  6. Pelvic Gym and its benefits

    Its use is recommended by gynecologists to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and, thus, prevent urinary incontinence.

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  7. Kate Middleton and Prince William are already parents

    The real baby has already been born and is a child, according to press reports.

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  8. Eating fish during pregnancy may reduces anxiety

    Eat some fish once a week during pregnancy can reduce the risk of anxiety suggests a recent study.

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  9. Royal Baby Birth: Are usually firstborns late?

    The whole world is awaiting the birth of the grandson of the Queen of England, but considering that Kate Middleton's first pregnancy, childbirth Will delay?

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  10. Food in pregnancy and risk of autism in baby

    The aim of this study was to determine whether fat intake by the mother before or during pregnancy was associated in some way with the risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the baby.

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