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11.05.2018 - Can sneezing during pregnancy affect the baby?

Sneezing during pregnancy is common. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including illness and allergies. Sneezing can happen at any point during the pregnancy and will not hurt the baby or cause a miscarriage. Home remedies and management techniques can help. Learn more about sneezing during pregnancy here. read more

04.05.2018 - What to know about hypoglycemia and pregnancy

When a person is pregnant, their condition may affect how their body regulates the glucose it needs for energy. Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar can result in and may cause complications. Find out here about being hypoglycemic and pregnant, and why it is critical to have blood sugar levels checked if symptoms occur. read more

03.05.2018 - How do you treat a milk blister?

Milk blisters or milk blebs are common and can occur during breast-feeding. They are caused by the way the baby latches onto the breast, which results in a blockage of the nipple pores. There are a range of treatments for milk blebs, many of which can be tried at home. Learn more about remedies for milk blisters here. read more

30.04.2018 - Can you get pregnant with an anteverted uterus?

The uterus usually tilts one way or another. When the uterus is tilted forward toward the abdomen, it is known as an anteverted uterus. 75 percent of women have this. It is normal and has no impact on the ability to get pregnant or sexual health. Learn more about this natural variation of the uterus here. read more

26.03.2018 - Hoverboard injuries documented

A study has found that 26,854 young people were treated in US accident and emergency departments for injuries they received riding hoverboards in 2015 and 2016. read more

21.03.2018 - Inequalities in kids' weight reversed

It used to be the thinner a child was the more likely they were to come from a poor family – now the reverse is true. read more

20.03.2018 - Social media 'may harm wellbeing of teenage girls'

Girls who spend a lot of time on social media at age 10 are more likely to encounter declining levels of wellbeing during adolescence than those who do not, say researchers. read more