Tag Archives: Pregnancy

Blame Diabetes For Low Breast Milk After Pregnancy – Insulin Levels Affect Lactation, But Blood Sugar Can Be Regulated By Breastfeeding, Suggests Research

Diabetes during pregnancy is responsible for lower breast milk production. However, breastfeeding is quite important for diabetic mothers as it can lower the need for artificial insulin intake, suggests a new research. A new research strongly indicates that diabetic women may experience significantly reduced quantity of breast milk post pregnancy. It seems diabetes also hinders the timely lactation of nursing ...

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How Stress During Pregnancy Affects Child Development

Stress during a mother’s pregnancy leads to poor ability to coordinate body movements in her offspring. This effect doesn’t show until the child reaches its teen years which allow mothers to believe for years that everything is okay. A recent study conducted by the University of Notre Dame Australia reveals that children of women who were stressed during pregnancy are ...

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Pregnancy Weight Gain Study Shows Too Many Moms Gain Too Much

On the heels of the Sarah Stage pregnancy weight gain controversy, a new study concludes many moms gain too much, putting themselves and their babies at risk for health problems. Stage — a 30-year-old lingerie model, who has been documenting her pregnancy on social media — sparked criticism over her tiny, almost full-term baby belly. She recently defended herself on ...

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One Small Glass of Wine a Week During Pregnancy Won’t Harm Child, Says Doctor

Recent studies have divulged a secret: it has stated that one glass of wine a week does not harm the child. Children who are born to women who have been drinking one glass of wine a week do not suffer from any kind of behavioral or cognitive problems, suggests a recent study. The issue of pregnancy and drinking has raised ...

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