Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Getting Healthy Before Getting Pregnant

This article talks about the importance of prenatal care to help improve the health of babies at birth. In the past 20 years, the focus has been on prenatal care, rather than preconception care, but that is starting to change. This is so important because a lot of early development (the first few weeks after conception) happens before a woman even knows she is pregnant. So being healthy before even attempting to get pregnant, will ensure that the baby is getting the best start right from the beginning. More...

Preconception training is just as vital as prenatal care, NJ - Mar 13, 2007
All women, regardless of whether or not they are trying to get pregnant, should exercise, eat healthy, quit smoking and manage chronic diseases, ...

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