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Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 31 (part 1) - How Your Baby Is Growing and Developing
Intrauterine-growth restriction (IUGR) indicates a fetus is small for its gestational age. Weight is below the 10th percentile (in the lowest 10%) for the baby’s gestational age. This means 9 out of 10 babies of normal growth are larger.
Recommended Perfect Diet For Pregnant Women
Becoming pregnant is a normally physiological phenomenon of most women. However, the demand about nutrition in this period will increase highly. The things that you eat in 9 months of pregnancy are extremely important because those nutrients will have direct effect on fetus.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 30 (part 3)
During your third trimester, you may discover your nesting instinct—the overwhelming urge to clean and get organized. Experts believe this may be caused by an increase in oxytocin.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 30 (part 2)
Many women wonder if taking a bath during pregnancy is OK. Most healthcare providers believe it’s safe to bathe throughout pregnancy. They may caution you to be careful as you get in or out of the bathtub. Be sure bath water is not too hot. If you think your water has broken, don’t take a bath.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 30 (part 1)
A baby is usually quite active during pregnancy. We believe these knots occur as the baby moves around in early pregnancy. A loop forms in the umbilical cord; the baby moves through the loop, and a knot results. Your actions do not cause or prevent this kind of complication. A knot in the umbilical cord doesn’t occur often.
High Level Of Cholesterol May Lead To Heart Diseases
Many people think cholesterol is bad. However, cholesterol is necessary to the body activities. Checking the level of cholesterol is very important. If the level of cholesterol in your body is too high, it can lead to arteriosclerosis and lead to heart diseases in the end.
Some Benefits That Can Be Taken From Walking
Walking is one of simple and interesting ways to maintain health and reduce weight. Walking is the ideal activities for people at all ages. Especially people who want to get fast recovery from heart attacks and surgeries.
Parsley - Garnish Your Health With This Refreshing Herb
Do you always leave that curly sprig of parsley on the side of your plate? The decorative garnish may be easy to overlook, but ignoring it means you’re missing out on a powerhouse of nutrients.
4 Signs That Predict You Catch Diabetes
If you have any of those signs following, you should ask your doctor for medical tests to know whether you have health issues or not. Also, you need to change your diets and do exercises to prevent diabetes.
5 Simple Exercises That Help To Release Stresses
The busy world must make you stressed all the time. Stresses mess your life around and decrease life qualities. To ease the pressure, you should take up some following simple exercises.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 29 (part 3) - Medications to Help Stop Premature Labor, Epstein-Barr Virus
Potassium-rich foods, such as raisins and bananas, may help reduce your risk of premature labor. Potassium helps the body get rid of sodium faster.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 29 (part 2) - Bed Rest to Treat Premature Labor
The treatment used most often for premature labor is bed rest. A woman is advised to stay in bed and lie on her side. (Either side is OK.) The term bed rest can cover anything from cutting back on activities to being confined to bed for 24 hours a day, getting up only to go to the bathroom and to shower.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 29 (part 1) - Premature Labor and Premature Birth
Many babies born in the United States are born before their due date. Statistics show nearly 13% of all babies are premature—that’s over half a million babies each year! The rate of premature births has increased by over 30% since 1980.
8 Complications That Pregnant Mothers Encounter In The Middle Three Months Of Pregnancy
Problems of pregnancy such as constipation, dizziness, urinary tract infection,... could happen to a pregnant mother in 3 months in the middle of pregnancy whose period is from 12th to 26th week of pregnancy period.
Benefits Of Massaging For Pregnant Women
Becoming pregnant is the wonderful time in women’s life because you can feel that baby is developing in your bell. Especially, when you hope to have children before, this happiness will increase many times.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 28 (part 4)
You may be wondering how your baby is lying inside the uterus. Is the baby head first? Is it bottom first (breech)? Is the baby lying sideways? It’s difficult—usually impossible—at this point in pregnancy to tell just by feeling your abdomen. The baby changes position throughout pregnancy.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 28 (part 3) - ABO Incompatibility
Blood groups are designated as types A, B, AB and O. They are sometimes called the major blood groups. Blood tests are performed at the beginning of pregnancy to determine ABO type and screen for the presence of antibodies (antibody screen).
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 28 (part 2) - How Your Actions Affect Your Baby’s Development
The problem affects about 2% of the population in the United States and Canada. It is equally common in other countries. Asthma may occur at any age, but about 50% of all asthma cases occur before age 10. Another 33% of the cases occur by age 40. About 70% of people with asthma also suffer from allergies.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 28 (part 1) - The Placenta and Umbilical Cord
Your baby’s eyebrows and eyelashes may be present. Hair on baby’s head is growing longer. The baby’s body is becoming plumper and rounder because of increased fat underneath the skin. Before this time, baby had a thin appearance.
Discover Miraculous Uses Of Pennywort
Pennywort is not only a common kind of vegetable to eat daily but also medicine that can cure many diseases such as pimple, antifebrile, making beauty, improve our health, detoxifying, constipation, heart- lung diseases,…
10 Habits That Can Help You Lose Weight
You need to have a strategy for main meals and snacks. You should hide foods for snacks that are full of nutrition in the moments in day because you know that you will feel hungry and you cannot be successful with the eating and drinking habit.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 27 (part 3) - Babymoons, Lupus
Many parents-to-be are now scheduling a babymoon before the end of pregnancy. A babymoon is a prebaby vacation—a trip for expectant parents to reconnect and to enjoy each other’s company before baby’s birth. It usually focuses on relaxing and pampering.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 27 (part 2) - Childbirth-Education Classes
It may be time to sign up for childbirth-education classes. Even though it’s just the beginning of the third trimester, it’s a good idea to sign up now so you can finish classes before you get to the end of pregnancy. And it will give you time to practice what you learn.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 27 (part 1) - Feeling Baby Move
This week marks the beginning of the third trimester. Now we’ll be adding total length of baby’s body from head to toe. This will give you a better idea of how big your baby is during this last part of your pregnancy.
Useful And Harmful Things Of Vegetable Oil To Health
Many people think that cooking with kinds of oil from corn, soya, sunflower or canola that is very good for health because they have the origin from vegetation. This isn’t completely correct.
Things That Pregnant Women Should Do To Reduce Swelling
According to pediatrics, the increase of the excess liquid is necessary to help pregnant women to soften their bodies and allow the bodies to expand, which support the need of fetal growth.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 26 (part 4) - Seizures and Epilepsy
A history of seizures—before pregnancy, during a previous pregnancy or during this pregnancy—is important information you must share with your healthcare provider. (Another term for seizure is convulsion.) It’s estimated that about 500,000 women in the United States with a seizure disorder are of childbearing age.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 26 (part 3) - Dreams
Researchers once believed dreams were random thought patterns that occurred while you slept. Today, they consider dreams to be your body’s effort to play back ideas and thoughts about what has happened in the past.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 26 (part 2) - Fish Can Be Healthy during Pregnancy
Eating fish is healthy; it is especially good during pregnancy. Women who eat fish during pregnancy often have longer pregnancies and give birth to babies with higher birth weights. Studies show the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish may help protect you from premature labor and other problems.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 26 (part 1) - Previous Weight-Loss Surgery
Before pregnancy, some women have weight-loss surgery to help them lose weight. Bariatric surgery is defined as surgery related to the prevention and control of obesity and related diseases.
Sculpt And Tone Your Body With This Super-Efficient Circuit
Lie face up, with your hands resting lightly on the back of your head. Raise your legs 3-6 inches off the ground, contracting your abs. Crunch your torso up, and then rotate it so that your ribs draw a clockwise circle. Repeat the move in the opposite direction. Keep alternating sides and make sure you move in a controlled manner.
Stay Fertile For Longer (Part 2) - 6 steps to protect your fertility
If you’re a non-smoker, that’s good – smoking poisons your eggs and brings on an early menopause’, says Fleming. Cannon agrees: ‘Smoking is a no-no when it comes to fertility and is said to be the cause of 13 per cent of infertility worldwide.
Stay Fertile For Longer (Part 1)
The quality of your eggs is something you can impact, according to Glenville. ‘You can’t alter your ovarian reserve, but as long as you’re still ovulating, there are several things you can do to improve the quality of your eggs’, she says. ‘And whether you’re trying to conceive naturally or having IVF, improving egg quality can help boost your chances of conception and a healthy pregnancy.
4 Implicit Reasons That Make You Unable To Lose Weight
The thyroid gland failure is a disease that relates to thyroid gland. Nowadays, because of the condition of life, this disease becomes popular to women. When women have disease in thyroid gland, women can meet some symptoms such as tiredness, stress, sweating at night, not suffering cold feeling and not controlling their weight.
Wonderful Benefits That Are Taken From Kiwis
Kiwi is known as a super fruit. A kiwi can provide you with vitamins, minerals, calories in over the 27 most popular fruits. Therefore, it comes first among fruits that have high content of nutrients.
10-Minute Tone-Up - Room Service
You’ve spent months working hard to get that über-toned bikini body – and with this 10-minutes fitness routine, you can keep in shape while you’re on holiday, too. These four easy moves will work your arms, legs and glutes, in the privacy of your hotel room, so there’s no chance of you arriving home from your hols curvier than when you left.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 25 (part 3) - Thyroid Disease, Velocardiofacial Syndrome, Familial Mediterranean Fever
At-home teeth whitening products are very popular, and many people use them. Are they safe for pregnant women? We advise you to wait until after pregnancy to whiten your teeth.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 25 (part 2) - Stress during Pregnancy, Falling and Injuries from Falls
Feeling stress is common during any woman’s life. Stress is what you feel in situations that are dangerous, difficult or menacing. Chronic stress is stress caused by ongoing situations or problems, such as unemployment, deployment of your partner, financial problems. Anxiety is magnified worry and is greater than justified.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 25 (part 1) - Itching
Your baby now weighs about 1½ pounds (700g), and crown-to-rump length is about 8¾ inches (22cm). These are average lengths and weights, and can vary from one baby to another and from one pregnancy to another.
Discover Some Tips That Bring You Freshness
You can’t avoid old age and aging. A healthy diet can help you prolong the youth and be more dynamic, younger than your age.
Factors Causing Diarrhea In Hot Seasons
There’re lots of diseases that tend to happen in hot seasons. Therein, diseases cause by microorganisms is much worth worrying than others, especially when it becomes epidemic. Knowing factors causing diarrhea in summer can help us find the way to prevent it in order to minimize its harmful effects on human.
Reset Your Engine! Help You Live A Longer, Healthier Life (Part 2)
The exercise circuits in the plan are deigned to ramp up your results in as little time as possible. ‘Resistance training builds muscle, which not only protects your bones, but increases your resting metabolism’, says Harley. ‘Building muscle means that you’ll burn more calories all day long even in your sleep’.
Reset Your Engine! Help You Live A Longer, Healthier Life (Part 1)
When your computer freezes or your phone dies, what’s the first thing you do? Hit restart. The same goes for your body – if your quest for a honed figure, more energy and better health is stalling, you may need to reset your system.
4 Popular Gynecological Diseases Caused By Staying Up Late
Whatever the aim is, staying up late regularly can cause hormone disorders. Hormone disorders are the main reasons of gynecological diseases. Many women might know about it but not very sure about the specific diseases that they can have when staying up late.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 24 (part 3)
Pregnancy enhances the sex drive for some women. A woman may experience orgasms or multiple orgasms for the first time during pregnancy. This is due to heightened hormonal activity and increased blood flow to the pelvic area.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 24 (part 2)
Many pregnant women are concerned about eating out. Some want to know if they can eat certain types of food, such as Mexican, Vietnamese, Thai or Greek food. They’re concerned spicy or rich foods could be harmful to the baby. It’s OK to eat out, but you might find certain foods don’t agree with you.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 24 (part 1) - Depression
Depression can occur at any time during a person’s life. Many things can contribute to depression, including chemical imbalances in the body, stressful life events and situations that cause anxiety and tension. If you have a history of major depression, you’re at increased risk of depression occurring during pregnancy.
Glass Half… How To Master Your Mind For A Total Life Upgrade
If you’re a glass-half-empty kind of girl, you probably brush off the positive thinking philosophy as well, putting misfortunes down to lousy timing, poor decisions or old-fashioned bad luck. But astounding new research claims that those with a positive outlook on life are not only more likely to live a fuller, happier life, chances are they’ll live a longer one, too.
The New LBT Workout For Building Strength And Stamina
Some things never change - we’ll always want toned abs, perfect pins and a perky bottom in time for summer. So why not work toward your summer goals with the help of a classic workout? You may have ditched your LBT (that’s legs, bum and turn, remember) class around the time you gave up leotards and scrunches, but this oldie is still a goodie.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 23 (part 4)
Sugar in the urine is called glucosuria. It’s common during pregnancy, especially in the second and third trimesters. It occurs because of changes in sugar levels and how sugar is handled in the kidneys, which control the amount of sugar in your system. If extra sugar is present, you will lose it in your urine.
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