The typical recommended weight gain during pregnancy is 25-35 pounds. It takes nine months to put this weight on, so you need to allow yourself at least that long to take it off. You should take the weight off gradually, aiming for 1-2 pounds per week. Breastfeeding aids in weight-loss; in fact you may burn […]
Being able to recognize signs of developmental delays early is important for early intervention. Once a child seem to be behind his peers in certain milestones it may be time to discuss your concerns with a pediatrician.
I guess it’s no surprise, especially with all those images of “yummy mommies” all over the internet and TV that many moms want their pre-baby bodies back. A recent survey revealed that a staggering 62 percent of women would undergo plastic surgery if they could to look the way they did before they had children. […]
You may know your genealogy by heart but do you know everything there is to know about your family health history? The US Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin recently issued a statement emphasizing the value of family health history and urged Americans to take this opportunity of sharing family health history with the younger generation. […]
Your little one is finally ready to try solid foods and you have made the decision to make you own baby food at home. While this is certainly a wise choice it can also lead to some questions about how to do it in the most cost effective and efficient way. A common question among […]