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The Skin Care Tips for Mothers-To-Be

Most people think that pregnancy is the ugliest period for women. They believe that the skin status of the pregnant will be the worst and the body shape will be the worst too. 392 more words

Famille, Santé Et Bien-être

Mama's "real" truth about pregnancy

I have a bone to pick with modern-day mom blogs and advice-givers. Thankfully, I now have a sassy soapbox on which to stand, so I’m certain millions will flock to the sound of my typing. 1,158 more words

Mama's Life

Best Pregnancy Superfoods for Pregnant Women

Best Pregnancy Superfoods for Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is one of most important and golden period of every woman in their life. In this period one or more than one baby develops in a woman. 124 more words

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Federal Policy: CPSC Warns Pregnant Women and Children Against Toxic Flame Retardants

In a landmark recommendation, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has asked consumers, particularly those who are pregnant or with young children, to ask retailers if their children’s products, electronics casings, furniture, and mattresses are free from organohalogen flame retardants. 93 more words

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Support, Not Stigma

Awareness and stigma are mutually exclusive. True awareness stomps out stigma. Awareness of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) involves education, empathy, and support for every person dealing with FASD in their lives, including mothers of children with FASD. 597 more words

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PROOF: Flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in the history of the world

(Natural News) As one of the very few independent voices willing to stand up against the scientific dogma of our modern medical regime, I’ve long felt a need to communicate the dangers of flu shots to the public so that people can have better information to prevent vaccine injuries and save lives. 2,191 more words

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Mothering Is Not the Enemy of Creative Work

Many American women struggle about whether they can be both mothers and professionals, especially women with little social and financial support. Female artists know this problem too well. 388 more words

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