For many people becoming pregnant is not always easy and some celebrities know this struggle as they too have faced it. There are several celebrity parents who struggle with fertility for many years before they were able to have children.
Jimmy and his wife struggled with fertility for five years before making the decision to have a surrogate pregnancy. He is one of few celebrity dads that has talked about his fertility struggles. Read more ›
It is safe to say that smoking during pregnancy will increase the risk for there to be many different health problems for the baby which can include birth defects and even infant’s death. However, researchers are now saying that there is a chance that a child’s mental health will also be affected and can increase the risk for them to have schizophrenia.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) have stated that in 2011 around 10 percent of women in the US reported they smoked during the last three months of their pregnancy in spite of the risks it will have for both the mother and the child. Read more ›
A woman’s body goes through many different changes during pregnancy and the eyes and vision may also be affected. Most of the hormonal changes during pregnancy can be responsible for these changes which are usually temporary, but could signal conditions that are more serious. If you have any changes you are worried about it is best to talk to your doctor. These are the top five eye and vision changes that can happen during pregnancy. Read more ›
When someone receives the news that they have been diagnosed with cancer, the last thing on their mind is food. However, nutrition can pay a big role in survival rates of cancer. Many cancer patients are often diagnosed with having malnutrition and 50 to 80 percent of patients suffer this condition.
Cachexia, which is sever wasting of muscle and tissue is accounted for in 30 percent of cancer-related deaths. The stats for this is 30 to 50 percent of deaths in patients with gastrointestinal tract cancers and up to 80 percent of deaths in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer. Even though these numbers can be shocking, up to 80 percent of these patients never receive a referral to dietitian or nutritionist with a specialty in oncology. Read more ›
Making the decision to become pregnant is a personal one and it is up to you whether or not you want to publicly discuss your decision. Sometimes it is not always easy to become pregnant ad due to this it can make talking about it harder. A lot of people who are public figures and celebs already have their lives put out on display for the masses and as a result it makes it difficult to discuss this topic. However, Maria Menounos decided to share the struggles with IVF that she was having on social media. She has even been very open with her fans for the past several months about the steps she has been taking to become a parent.
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Researches have conducted studies that have found there are many people who are not getting enough vitamin D and that the levels of vitamin D in the U.S. population has actually dropped between 1988 and 1994 and then another drop occurred between 2001 and 2004. Over 75 percent of those participating in the study had levels of vitamin D in their blood that is inadequate. Read more ›
When it comes to conception and pregnancy the media and even social attention seems to be focused on women. This is understandable seeing as how it is the woman’s body and that it is mostly about the woman. However, they are naturally wrong seeing as how it does take two people to make a baby and male fertility is equally important. There are seven key things that every man needs to know. Read more ›
Women are already familiar with some pregnancy symptoms such as weight gain, being tired and morning sickness. There are so many hormones and changes that the body goes through but there are also some symptoms you may not be aware of and they can seem pretty strange. The good news is that these weird symptoms are totally normal. Keep in mind that it is always best to talk to your doctor if you have any concerns but these 10 symptoms are nothing to be worried about. Read more ›
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By regularly eating fruit it has been found that it can help reduce health complications like Alzheimer’s and can also prevent gaining weight, but now new research has made the suggestion that better benefits can happen from a high fruit diet.
In Canada child development experts have discovered that pregnant women who eat fruit have a higher likelihood for having smarter children than pregnant women who either don’t eat fruit or consume smaller amounts of fruit.
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Women have chosen to use birth control pills as a contraception often wonder if they are still ovulating while taking the pill. The short answer to this question is no. The pill has been created to stop ovulation while taking it. If, however, for some reason you do ovulate while taking the pill, it still has two other back up methods that prevent you from becoming pregnant. That is why it is over 99 percent effective when it is used perfectly.
There is a surprising number of people who don’t actually know how their reproductive systems work. If you’re one of these people, there’s no need to be embarrassed. Read more ›