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A Partner’s Guide to Pregnancy

Even if you’re not the one who is pregnant, there are a number of ways a partner can contribute to a healthy and successful pregnancy.

What is Preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia (also known as toxemia) is a serious condition that can happen to women sometime after their 20th week of pregnancy. Indications of preeclampsia include

Birth Control: What are my options?

There is a lot to consider when deciding which type of birth control to choose. Convenience, possible side effects, effectiveness, cost, accessibility, and other factors

The Importance of Pap Smears

Well-woman visits with your gynecologist are important for maintaining your health, as well as checking for any potential problems. A Pap smear exam should be

How Your Baby Grows During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting journey. Full-term pregnancy for a single baby is 40 weeks, with three trimesters consisting of 12 weeks. Each trimester brings a

National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month – the perfect opportunity to remind women of the importance of including cervical cancer screenings in their wellness

Do You Have a Bleeding Disorder?

A bleeding disorder is a condition that prevents your blood from clotting, resulting in abnormal bleeding outside and inside the body. It generally happens when

The Benefits of Gratitude Journaling

Simply writing down your thoughts on what you are grateful for can have beneficial effects on your mental and physical well-being. Keeping a gratitude journal

What to Know About Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that develops during pregnancy. It happens when the body isn’t producing enough insulin during the pregnancy, and typically