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Pregnancy Myths and Misconceptions

You’ve found out you’re pregnant, and are preparing to tell your family and friends your exciting news. But, as soon as you open your mouth and the words begin to pass your lips, you hear them- shouting, red-faced, and shrieking. Before you know it, you’re surrounded…  Here come the know-it-all parents.  Whether they’re chewing your

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The Importance Of Mental Wellbeing During Pregnancy

Figure 1 Ensure that your mental wellbeing becomes a focus during and after your pregnancy. One of the most important aspects that we focus on when pregnant is our physical health, after all, if we are not healthy, how are we to expect our baby to be healthy? And while our physical wellbeing is important,

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Postnatal Depression And How It Can Affect Dads

Postnatal Depression And How It Can Affect Dads

From a man?s point of view, parenthood is a profound event with enormous challenges. For them, being a new dad is daunting and scary and it requires a drastic adjustment in their life. Men are quite good at concealing their inner feelings and, unlike women, they don?t cry and show general sadness very often. Regardless

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Work-Related Anxiety During Pregnancy and After Baby

Work-Related Anxiety During Pregnancy and After Baby

Working while being pregnant or just after having a baby can be stressful. It is challenging enough to manage a pregnancy or take care of baby at home, so working mums may find it even more difficult to focus while at work which can lead to anxiety. Despite the inevitable ups and downs, here are

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Pregnancy And Health & Safety At Work

Pregnancy And Health & Safety At Work

Figure 1. Increasing the health and safety at work for pregnant and post-natal women. Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful aspects of being a woman, but it can also one of the most misunderstood. This is especially true in the workplace where work often comes before people. While this might seem backwards, a competitive

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Postnatal Depression And How It Can Affect New Babies

Postnatal Depression And How It Can Affect New Babies

Postnatal depression is a fairly normal problem, affecting nearly 2 of every 10 new mothers within one year of giving birth. However, this condition can affect the spouse and newborn as well. If new mothers feel that they might become depressed, or they have a history of depression, it?s a good idea to find help

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