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Your Pregnancy After 35 - Pregnancy Encounters of the Usual Kind (part 1)
A due date is important in pregnancy because it helps your healthcare provider determine when to perform certain tests or procedures. It also helps estimate baby’s growth and may indicate whether you are overdue or in premature labor.
The Fastest Methods To Burn Belly Fat
When everyone tries to lose weight, one of the most common complaints is the fat around the belly. Compared to other parts of the body, belly fat is normally bull-headed and may be difficult to disappear from your belly, especially when you get older.
Ways to Exercise During Pregnancy
Exercise is good for you no matter what the situation is. Moreover, there are additional benefits to exercise during pregnancy. In addition to help ease the pain of a normal pregnancy, it can also help make childbirth easier, and help you get in shape quickly before birth.
Weight Gain During Pregnancy: A Concern That You Can Easily Overcome
The reasonable weight gain level for pregnant women is 10-14kg, divided into 3 stages: 1st trimester: insignificant weight gain, about 1-2kg; 2nd trimester: gain about 5-6kg; 3rd trimester: gain about 6-7kg.
The Importance Of Healthy Diet To Mom And Fetus (Part 2)
Take the fat out of the fish or meat before cooking; at the same time, remove the oily film on the surface of the food when cooking.Besides, you can cut down the amount of fat in the food by grilling, steaming, boiling or braising rather than frying them which you have to use lots of oils.
The Importance Of Healthy Diet To Mom And Fetus (Part 1)
Pregnant women usually waver between the worry of becoming obese and the risk of fetal malnutrition if they don’t eat enough.
21 Things That Only Pregnant Women Can Experience
Your husband may shock a bit when you start to snore when sleeping (because the hormone during pregnancy makes the nasal membrane).
Getting Pregnant (part 2) : Treatments for Infertility, Assisted Reproductive Technologies
If your doctor suggests a fertility workup for you and your partner, it helps to understand what’s involved. For your partner, a physical and semen analysis may be done and a detailed medical history may be taken.
Getting Pregnant (part 1) : Ovulation Monitors and Other Tests, Your Partner’s Health and Fertility
You may be advised to use a test to predict when ovulation occurs. Many are available. Ovulation test sticks and test strips detect a surge in luteinizing hormone (LH). So do other tests that test urine from the beginning of your cycle.
Ways To Reduce Levels Of Blood Sugar
If you are having any kind of diabetes, you should never let your level of blood sugar reach 300 or higher as it can cause serious damages to your organs and the other parts of the body. Things like regimens, stress, diseases and infection can make your blood sugar levels out of control.
Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Osteoporosis
Many people are struggling with osteoporosis every day. The disease can happen to any bones in your body, but often in wrist bones, pelvis and spinal bones. There’re different factors that lead to osteoporosis; however, learning to prevent and reduce the risk of the first stage of osteoporosis is pretty simple.
Huge Differences Between Your First and Second Pregnancies
Aside from the differences in your body and physiology, there will be differences happening in the thought and lifestyle of pregnant women each time they get pregnant.
The Best Tips To Prevent Hypercholesterolemia
The hypercholesterolemia is a disease caused by a high level of cholesterol in blood. The cholesterol level that is higher than 240mg is considered as high; people’s cholesterol level is normally at 200mg or lower. High levels of cholesterol often don’t show any clear sign until issues come (chest pains or heart attacks).
The Best Ways To Exercise With Stairs
Stairs provide a free and effective way for exercising. Contrary to what you think, you don’t get any limit from running or walking up stairs. There are many exercises you can do with a single staircase. Maybe they are not your typical training, but you can still complete the training successfully.
The Moments When You Should Not Exercise (part 2)
After you eat your fill, the blood will flow to the organs that need it at most, and there will be a "war" between the muscles and the stomach. And that can lead to cramps, bloating, or diarrhea. According to the recommendations of the experts, you should wait for 2 hours after eating to exercise.
The Moments When You Should Not Exercise (part 1)
To have good health and slim waist, exercise is indispensable. However, there are the moments that if you exercise, it not only will not be beneficial for your health but also causes more dangerous for your body.
Shocking Truths About Pregnancy
You have to regularly wake up to pee or crave for something but unable to eat them when you’ve finished cooking…They are the dark sides of the happiness when being pregnant.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 12) - Depression, Depression during Pregnancy , Symptoms and Treatment
Depression can occur at any time during a person’s life. If you have a history of major depression, you’re at increased risk of depression during pregnancy. In fact, between 3 and 5% of all women experience a major depression during pregnancy. It’s estimated another 15% have some degree of depression.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 11) - Alcohol, Abuse of Other Substances
When we discuss substance abuse, we refer to use of drugs prohibited by law, but we also include use of legal medications, such as benzodiazepine or barbiturates. These substances may also have harmful effects during pregnancy, regardless of whether they are used for legitimate or illicit reasons.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 10) - Substance Abuse
Every action you take during pregnancy may potentially affect the baby growing inside you. Substance abuse is never healthy for you; when you’re pregnant, it can also harm your baby.
The Best Moves To Tone Your Butt
We explain how to perfect and build upon the bridge, one of the best moves to tone your butt. (When one version feels easy, step it up to the next level.)
Sculpted To The Core
Celebrities are often the first to try the latest workout fads, but Kate Hudson is an (extremely fit) exception. The star has remained loyal to her Pilates practice-and instructor-for more than 15 years
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 8) - 26-27 WEEKS PREGNANT - WHAT YOU DON’T NEED IN THE BEDROOM
You and your spouse will be busy this month getting your home ready for the arrival of your son or daughter. During this time, I have no doubt you’ll be entertaining fantasies of one day doing things with your child that your parents did with you.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 7) - 26-27 WEEKS PREGNANT - Go from Bedroom to Sanctuary
As we have done elsewhere, there will be items you know must be tended to; however, the time may not be right. New window treatments may have to wait for a year.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 6) - 25 WEEKS PREGNANT - LET THE SETUP BEGIN
As you put the finishing touches on this room, something magical is likely to happen. The reality of what is happening will hit you. I think reality comes in waves for all life-changing events like a birth.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 5) - 25 WEEKS PREGNANT - RECONNECT WITH YOUR OWN CHILDHOOD ROOM , SETTING UP THE NURSERY
Whether you savored or avoided your room, can you give specific reasons for those feelings? Perhaps you had to share the space and felt your brother’s stuff took up too much of the room.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 4) - 24 WEEKS PREGNANT - RE-THINKING THE TRADITIONAL SHOWER
Sometimes expecting parents find that all their immediate baby needs are covered from family hand-me-downs. You still want the baby celebration, but really can’t think of a thing to register for.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 3) - 24 WEEKS PREGNANT - GET IT NOW
Throughout the ages and still today in many cultures, the idea of a baby sleeping in a crib would seem very odd. In the West, it’s the other way around: Babies sleeping alongside their parents has come to be regarded as strange and even dysfunctional.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 2) - 23 WEEKS PREGNANT - PLANNING THE NURSERY
There are two common scenarios when it comes to Baby’s room: The first involves turning a guest room or home office into Baby’s room and the second is adapting an area in an existing room because space is at a premium.
23 to 27 Weeks Pregnant (part 1) - 23 WEEKS PREGNANT - CREATE A NONTOXIC ENVIRONMENT
The fumes we smell, like those from fresh paint, varnish, or wood stain, tell us that VOCs are present. The volatile organic compounds being released can be hazardous to your health, especially if the area in question is enclosed.
How To Have A Healthy Diet
Have you been trying to have a healthy diet? Have you been held it over from time to time, all because you can’t figure out the way to do so? This is an idea, try to eat healthily in a day. You can see it is not so bad or too difficult.
Using Only Your Body Weight To Exercise Can Engage Many Muscles
Two times a week, do each move for 40 seconds in order, resting 20 seconds between each exercise. Repeat the entire circuit twice more, catching your breath for up to 2 minutes between rounds.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 9) - Toxoplasmosis, Urinary-Tract and Kidney Problems, Tay-Sachs Disease
Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the microbe Toxoplasma gondii. It is spread by eating infected raw meat, drinking infected raw goat’s milk, eating infected raw eggs, eating food that has been contaminated by insects or by contact with an infected cat or its feces.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 8) - Sickle-Cell Disease, Thalassemia
Sickle-cell disease is the most common inherited hemoglobin disorder in the United States. About 8% of Black/African-Americans carry the sickle-hemoglobin gene.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 7) - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) during pregnancy are serious because they can harm a developing fetus. STDs are contracted during sexual contact, including vaginal, oral or anal intercourse. If you have an STD, seek treatment as soon as possible!
Want To Be So Sculpted And Powerful You Glow With Confidence In Sneakers And A Bikini Alike? (Part 2)
With nearly half a million people finishing a U.S. marathon last year, it might seem like you’re not a real athlete unless you’ve done a 26.2-miler. But new research suggests that the physical stress of long-distance races may damage your heart over time by creating scar tissue that ups the risk of irregular heartbeats.
Want To Be So Sculpted And Powerful You Glow With Confidence In Sneakers And A Bikini Alike? (Part 1)
Break out of your fitness comfort zone. “When you do something that once seemed impossible, it boosts your self-esteem and provides a sense of accomplishment,” says a trainer and the creator of fitbook+, a diet and exercise goal-setting app. “And it can give you the tenacity to continue when you encounter obstacles in other aspects of your life.”
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 41 (part 2) - Inducing Labor
There may come a point in your pregnancy that your doctor decides to induce labor, which means labor is started to deliver your baby. It’s a fairly common practice; each year, doctors induce labor for about 450,000 births.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 41 (part 1) - What Happens When You Pass Your Due Date?
A pregnancy is considered overdue (postterm) only when it exceeds 42 weeks or 294 days from the first day of the last menstrual period. (A baby born at 41 weeks, 6 days is not considered overdue, even if it feels like it to you!)
Dangerous Diseases That Have High Genetic Risk
Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, cancer.... are the most common genetic diseases. Therefore, if your family has a member getting disease, you should have essential precautions.
How To Increase HDL
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is often called "good cholesterol" because it crubs the arteries and removes low-density lipoprotein (LDL), commonly known as "bad cholesterol".
How To Lower Cholesterol In 30 Days
Reduce cholesterol and you will live longer. It's the key point. Maintaining a safe level of cholesterol also lowers the risk of heart disease. There are two types of cholesterol, HDL and LDL.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 6) - Lyme Disease, MRSA, Rheumatoid Arthritis , Rubella
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA; sounds like MERSA) is a bacteria that causes difficult-to-treat infections because antibiotics often don’t work against them. The bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus, also called staph) are resistant to many antibiotics; antibiotics that were effective in the past no longer work.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 5) - Hepatitis, High Blood Pressure, Influenza, Lupus
Lupus is an autoimmune disorder of unknown cause that occurs most often in young or middle-aged women. It is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect more than one organ system. The most common symptoms of lupus are arthritis, rashes and fatigue.
Your Pregnancy After 35 : Your Health and Medical History (part 4) - Epilepsy, Fifth Disease, Group-B Streptococcus Infection
Epilepsy can be a serious problem during pregnancy. If you suffer from the disease and become pregnant, contact your healthcare provider immediately. It’s important to control your disease during pregnancy because seizures can affect you and baby in many ways.
5 Diseases You Easily Get In Autumn
Autumn is considered the moment that the weather has many changes, even interference between summer and winter. Therefore, in the autumn, the temperatures of daytime and night may be erratic, have large fluctuations.
5 Signs Prove That Your Health Is Declining
Solution: You should drink 2 glasses of skim milk or yogurt and eat about 100g lean meat every day. Also, you can add 500-1,000mg of vitamin B12. The foods that are rich in vitamin B12 include fish, clams, scallops, oysters, pork, chicken, beef…
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 40 (part 3) - Your Labor Coach, Vaginal Delivery of Your Baby
Your labor coach may be one of your most valuable assets during labor and delivery. He (or she) can help you prepare. He can be there to support you as you go through the experience of labor together. He can share with you the joy of the birth of your baby.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 40 (part 2) - Pain Relief without Medication, Massage for Relief, Laboring Positions
Massage is a wonderful, gentle way to help you feel better during labor. The touching and caressing of massage helps you relax and helps reduce pain. One study showed women who were massaged for 20 minutes every hour during active labor felt less anxiety and less pain.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 40 (part 1) - Going to the Hospital
If you preregistered at the hospital before your due date, it’ll save time checking in and may help reduce your stress. If you didn’t preregister, fill out forms early. If you wait until you’re in labor, you may be concerned with other things.
 
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