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Army wives are more prone to depression during pregnancy

Researchers find that pregnant Army spouses report more symptoms of depression   Women whose partners are away on Army deployment are at greater risk of developing...

Moms with depression or bipolar misjudge babies’ laughter, crying

Women with mental health problems misinterpreted babies' facial expressions A pilot study has found that pregnant women who have suffered from depression or bipolar disorder...

High BP, diabetes during pregnancy may cause more hot flushes

New onset high blood pressure and diabetes during pregnancy may be associated with greater number of hot flushes during menopauseA new study suggests that...

Pregnant? Don’t eat for 2, weight gain can give baby diabetes

Eating for two is a myth, say researchers; excess weight during pregnancy could pave way for diabetes in babyThe traditional advice of eating for...

Fish oil intake during pregnancy spurs baby’s growth

Consumption of fish oil during pregnancy is linked to increase in lean and bone mass in children in the first six years of life Intake...

Pregnant? Avoid sleeping on your back

Avoiding the supine position is better both for maternal and child health, study findsNot sleeping on your back during late pregnancy could be good...

To avoid C-sec, induce labour at 39 weeks, says study

Researchers from University of Texas Medical Branch found babies born to women induced at 39 weeks were just as healthy Inducing labor in first-time mothers at...

Multiple pregnancies make women age more quickly

However pregnant women had cells that looked younger -- not older -- than predicted Multiple pregnancies might make women's cells age more quickly. Led by Calen...

Vitamin D is key to giving birth after a miscarriage

After a pregnancy loss, women who have higher levels of vitamin D are more likely to get pregnant and have a live birthVitamin D...

Mom’s exposure to pollution makes babies prone to high bp

Babies exposed to pollution in late stages of the mother's pregnancy tend to develop hypertension Children who were exposed to higher levels of air pollution...

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