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Traveling with a Baby Bump
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Traveling with a Baby Bump

The essential info if you’ve caught the travel bug while pregnant.

Surprise! That Chronic Pelvic Pain Might Be a Hernia
Gain Control Over Irregular Periods
Getting PregnantInfertility

Gain Control Over Irregular Periods

One of these methods may help regulate your irregular periods.

Once a C-Section, Always a C-Section? Not So!
Baby on the WayLabor and Delivery

Once a C-Section, Always a C-Section? Not So!

There’s more than one way to give birth, however you’ve done it before!

Tips for Handling the Emotional Stress of IVF
Your Voice: Music to Your Unborn Baby’s Ears
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Your Voice: Music to Your Unborn Baby’s Ears

The sounds of everyday life can help prepare your baby for life in the world.

One Small Gland Can Disrupt Baby-making Plans
What’s Your Exercise Prescription for Fertility?
Getting PregnantInfertility

What’s Your Exercise Prescription for Fertility?

The right amount of exercise can improve your fertility.

Still Trying? It May Be Time for Fertility Testing
Getting Pregnant

Still Trying? It May Be Time for Fertility Testing

Tried-and-true can leave you tired and blue.

10 Tips for Baby’s Safe Sleep on the Road
Baby CareSafe Baby

10 Tips for Baby’s Safe Sleep on the Road

Safe sleep practices never take a holiday

A Safe “Nighty-Night” for Twins (and Other Multiples)
Baby CareSafe Baby

A Safe “Nighty-Night” for Twins (and Other Multiples)

A safe night’s sleep starts with having separate beds for your babies.

Are Mesh Crib Bumpers Safe?
Baby CareSafe Baby

Are Mesh Crib Bumpers Safe?

Keep your infant safe by giving all bumpers the bump!

It Really Is That Simple: Follow the ABCs of Safe Sleep for Your Baby
Baby CareSafe Baby

It Really Is That Simple: Follow the ABCs of Safe Sleep for Your Baby

To help your baby sleep safely, remember that less is more.

Sling Safety for Baby and You
Baby CareSafe Baby

Sling Safety for Baby and You

Safe babywearing starts with these easy tips.

The Best Gifts for a Safe Sleep Baby Shower
Baby CareSafe Baby

The Best Gifts for a Safe Sleep Baby Shower

Follow these do’s and don’ts when putting together your shopping list for the newborn.

POI Could Be Why You’re Not Getting Pregnant
Getting PregnantInfertilityThyroid Health

POI Could Be Why You’re Not Getting Pregnant

Learn how Primary Ovary Insufficiency reduces fertility

A Midwife Might Be Right for You
Baby on the WayLabor and Delivery

A Midwife Might Be Right for You

What do you know about this life-long health partner?

IUI May Be All You Need to Boost Baby Chances
Getting Pregnant

IUI May Be All You Need to Boost Baby Chances

IUI or IVF? Understand the differences in these fertility treatments.

Counting Your Baby’s Kicks
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Counting Your Baby’s Kicks

Connect with your baby and learn know what’s normal for her.

Baby’s Home! Time For Some Serious Germ Fighting
Baby Care

Baby’s Home! Time For Some Serious Germ Fighting

Do you use a dish towel to dry baby bottles? Learn why air drying is better.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): Big Step for a Small Wonder
Getting Pregnant

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): Big Step for a Small Wonder

Is this advanced fertility procedure right for you?

The Red Rash of Fifth Disease: Mostly Harmless, Except….
Infectious DiseaseYour Family's Health

The Red Rash of Fifth Disease: Mostly Harmless, Except….

It’s usually not harmful for children, but can be dangerous for pregnant women and their babies.

Endometriosis: How She Needs Your Help
Uniquely FemaleEndometriosis

Endometriosis: How She Needs Your Help

Be the one who’s there for her when others don't understand.

Are My Strange Symptoms Hashimoto’s Disease?
Uniquely FemaleThyroid Health

Are My Strange Symptoms Hashimoto’s Disease?

Your immune system could be making you blue.

Budgeting for Baby
Baby on the Way

Budgeting for Baby

Get the bottom line on the cost of having a baby.

Time to Register! Use This Baby Registry Checklist
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Time to Register! Use This Baby Registry Checklist

Take this handy guide along when you start your baby registry.

Your Secret Weapon in Heart Health: Your Ob/Gyn
HSG: An Inside Look into Fertility Issues
Getting PregnantUniquely Female

HSG: An Inside Look into Fertility Issues

This imaging test can reveal why you can’t get pregnant.

Baby’s First Workout: Tummy Time
Baby Care

Baby’s First Workout: Tummy Time

Just remember: “Back to sleep, tummy to play!”

How to Stop Eating Your Way Through Stress
Emotional HealthStress

How to Stop Eating Your Way Through Stress

You can overcome the emotional drive to eat.

Genetic Carrier Testing: 11 Questions You Need to Ask
Getting Pregnant

Genetic Carrier Testing: 11 Questions You Need to Ask

Is your baby at risk for a genetic disorder?

Heed the Signs of Placental Abruption
Baby on the Way

Heed the Signs of Placental Abruption

Always tell your doctor about any bleeding during pregnancy.

Arteriovenous Malformation: Stroke of Bad Luck?
Stroke

Arteriovenous Malformation: Stroke of Bad Luck?

This tangled web of blood vessels is treatable.

Home Monitors for SIDS: A Good Idea?
Baby CareSafe Baby

Home Monitors for SIDS: A Good Idea?

How your baby sleeps – not monitors – will help prevent SIDS.

With Child. And Without Sleep.
Baby on the Way

With Child. And Without Sleep.

Your baby can keep you up at night, even before she’s born.

Drug Allergy or Side Effect? Why You Need to Know
Making Some “Me” Time: Tips for De-stressing
Emotional HealthYour Family's HealthStress

Making Some “Me” Time: Tips for De-stressing

Use these stress-busting techniques to stop stress from getting the best of you.

What’s the Buzz on Caffeine and Heart Health?
Diet & NutritionHeart & Vascular HealthHeart Health

What’s the Buzz on Caffeine and Heart Health?

The best advice? Caffeine in moderation — and check with your doctor

Taking a Pregnancy Test? Here’s How to Ace It
Getting PregnantInfertility

Taking a Pregnancy Test? Here’s How to Ace It

The suspense can be real! Make sure the results are, too.

9 Early Pregnancy Signs (That You’re Not Imagining)
Getting Pregnant

9 Early Pregnancy Signs (That You’re Not Imagining)

Even before the stick turns blue, your body might give you subtle clues.

The Low-Stress Guide to Eating Well for New Moms
Diet & NutritionBaby on the Way

The Low-Stress Guide to Eating Well for New Moms

Let your nutrition choices fill you with strength, not stress, after baby.

Heart of the Matter: Most Common Birth Defect
Baby CareHeart & Vascular Health

Heart of the Matter: Most Common Birth Defect

A guide to the causes, diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects.

What Do You Know About Drugs and Alcohol in Pregnancy?
Baby on the Way

What Do You Know About Drugs and Alcohol in Pregnancy?

What you don’t know could hurt your unborn baby.

The Pre-Pregnancy Checkup: Why? What? When?
Getting Pregnant

The Pre-Pregnancy Checkup: Why? What? When?

For you and your future baby’s health!

Is Your Baby Ready for Solid Foods?
Baby Care

Is Your Baby Ready for Solid Foods?

How to introduce your baby to a whole new world of food.

Lifesaving Facts About Pneumococcal Disease
Infectious DiseaseYour Family's Health

Lifesaving Facts About Pneumococcal Disease

Learn how to defend yourself and family against this serious illness.

Keep That Stinger Away From Me!
Allergies, Asthma and Lung HealthYour Family's Health

Keep That Stinger Away From Me!

Beyond the pain, insect stings can cause allergic reactions. Learn what to look for and what to do.

Medication and Pregnancy: 7 Life-Saving Questions You Need to Ask
Baby on the WayPrenatal CareMedications

Medication and Pregnancy: 7 Life-Saving Questions You Need to Ask

Can I still take medicine while I’m pregnant? If it helps me, but it’s bad for the baby, what should I do?

3 Things to Know about Breastfeeding, Your Diet and Medications
Birth Defects: Know the Facts
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Birth Defects: Know the Facts

Learn how to lower your risk and how genetic counseling can help.

I’m Pregnant. Is It Safe to Take Medicine?
Baby on the WayYour Family's HealthMedications

I’m Pregnant. Is It Safe to Take Medicine?

How to decide when a medicine is best for you — and for baby, too!

Does Your Child Cry Over Milk Protein Allergy?
Digestive Health

Does Your Child Cry Over Milk Protein Allergy?

If so, here’s advice to help your child thrive.

When Lullabies Don’t Work: How to Soothe a Newborn with Colic
Baby Care

When Lullabies Don’t Work: How to Soothe a Newborn with Colic

How to help your little one thrive when all he wants to do is cry.

Getting Pregnant After Miscarriage: Are You Ready?
Getting Pregnant

Getting Pregnant After Miscarriage: Are You Ready?

A recent study suggests your body will be ready when you are.

The Risks of Diabetes That Starts During Pregnancy
DiabetesBaby on the WayPrenatal Care

The Risks of Diabetes That Starts During Pregnancy

Gestational diabetes, when not controlled, can have a lasting impact on mother’s and baby’s health.

Cutting the Cord — Literally
The ABCs of Endometriosis
Getting PregnantUniquely FemaleInfertilityEndometriosis

The ABCs of Endometriosis

Having endometriosis is hard enough. Knowing how to talk about it shouldn't be.

Fertility-Friendly Foods
Diet & NutritionGetting Pregnant

Fertility-Friendly Foods

Good advice for eating when you want to get pregnant.

Do You Really Need a Personal Health Coach?
Fitness & Exercise

Do You Really Need a Personal Health Coach?

This could be the one luxury you can’t live without!

Decisions, Decisions: Finding the Best Day Care for Your Child
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Decisions, Decisions: Finding the Best Day Care for Your Child

How to choose a safe, supportive place for baby to play and grow.

Baby, It’s Checkup Time! Your Wellness Visit Guide
Baby CareSafe Baby

Baby, It’s Checkup Time! Your Wellness Visit Guide

Before baby gets checked from head to toe, here’s what you need to know.

Home with a Newborn — Now What?
Baby CareSafe Baby

Home with a Newborn — Now What?

Babies don’t come with instructions. But a helpful infant-care class can give you a healthy dose of confidence.

Baby Bathing 101: What You Need to Know
Baby CareSafe Baby

Baby Bathing 101: What You Need to Know

The basics of getting baby from “mess” to “dressed.”

Irregular Periods? Let’s Discuss Ovulation Problems
Getting Pregnant

Irregular Periods? Let’s Discuss Ovulation Problems

If you can’t predict your cycle, you need to learn about these.

Let’s Talk Pregnancy Testing: Amniocentesis
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Let’s Talk Pregnancy Testing: Amniocentesis

What it is — and why your doctor might suggest you get one.

Say What? Strategies for Healthy Communication
Emotional HealthRelationship Health

Say What? Strategies for Healthy Communication

Remember: There’s more to conversation than talking.

Your Guide to Healthy Bones at Every Age
Bone & Joint HealthOsteoporosis

Your Guide to Healthy Bones at Every Age

Think good bone health matters only for the elderly? Think again!

Whooping Cough: Is Your Whole Family Protected?
The Headaches of Pregnancy
Baby on the WayHeads UpPrenatal CareHeadaches

The Headaches of Pregnancy

How to prevent and control one of the pains you can expect when you’re expecting.

How STDs Can Derail Your Pregnancy Plans
4 Confidence-Boosting Tips for Moms who Breastfeed in Public
Breastfeeding Apps for Savvy Moms
Baby CareBreastfeeding

Breastfeeding Apps for Savvy Moms

The basics haven't changed, but today's mom gets some tech support.

Beyond the Tears: Vaccines Protect Kids
Baby CareSafe Baby

Beyond the Tears: Vaccines Protect Kids

The bottom line on the safety and benefit of immunizations.

Should You Bank on Cord Blood for Your Baby?
Baby on the Way

Should You Bank on Cord Blood for Your Baby?

This deposit can save a child's life.

Safely Under Cover: Blankets That Babies Wear
Baby CareSafe Baby

Safely Under Cover: Blankets That Babies Wear

More than a baby fashion trend, sleep sacks are a safety statement recommended by pediatricians.

6 Stress Myths You Might Believe
Emotional HealthStress

6 Stress Myths You Might Believe

Who says stress can be good for you?

No Place Like Home – Even for Birth?
Baby on the WayLabor and Delivery

No Place Like Home – Even for Birth?

The pros and cons of welcoming your newborn at home.

Real Hope for Fertility After Cancer
Don’t Get Eaten Alive!
Infectious DiseaseSkin CareYour Family's Health

Don’t Get Eaten Alive!

Bug bites can be dangerous. Learn how to prevent them and when to worry.

Why Won’t the Bleeding Stop?
Heart & Vascular Health

Why Won’t the Bleeding Stop?

Learn how to live a full life with a bleeding disorder.

Pre-eclampsia: Know the Signs!
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Pre-eclampsia: Know the Signs!

Protect yourself and your baby with proper care and treatment.

What You Need to Know About Infant Allergies
How to Manage Allergies and Asthma While You’re Pregnant
Baby on the WayAllergies, Asthma and Lung HealthPrenatal CareAsthmaAllergies

How to Manage Allergies and Asthma While You’re Pregnant

You’re breathing for two. Learn how to manage your asthma or allergies during pregnancy.

What’s Your Thyroid IQ?
Getting PregnantUniquely FemaleThyroid Health

What’s Your Thyroid IQ?

Test your smarts about this tiny but powerful gland.

Test Your Pre-eclampsia IQ
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Test Your Pre-eclampsia IQ

What you don’t know could hurt you and your baby.

How Do You Respond to Stress?
Emotional HealthStress

How Do You Respond to Stress?

Take this quick quiz to see if you’re stressed now.

Healthy Pregnancy: Are You an Expert?
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Healthy Pregnancy: Are You an Expert?

Take this nine-question quiz to find out.

Check Your Endometriosis Risk
Getting PregnantUniquely FemaleEndometriosis

Check Your Endometriosis Risk

Take this quiz to learn if you’re at risk

Test Your Breastfeeding IQ
Baby CareBreastfeeding

Test Your Breastfeeding IQ

Discover how much you know about the benefits of breastfeeding for you and your child.

High Blood Pressure: The Heartbreaking Truth
Heart & Vascular HealthStrokeHeart Health

High Blood Pressure: The Heartbreaking Truth

Know your risk to win the fight against the silent killer.

9 Static Stretches to Increase Your Flexibility
Fitness & Exercise

9 Static Stretches to Increase Your Flexibility

Banish sore muscles with these easy stretches.

When to Worry About Uterine Fibroids
Zika Virus & Pregnancy: What You Need to Know
Baby on the WayPrenatal Care

Zika Virus & Pregnancy: What You Need to Know

Learn how to protect yourself and your baby from this new concern.

Your Funny-Looking Bundle of Joy
Baby on the WayLabor and Delivery

Your Funny-Looking Bundle of Joy

Why your newborn may not have a picture-perfect debut.

Your Baby’s First Hours: Let the Testing Begin!
You’re Not Alone: Infertility Support Groups Ease the Pain
Getting PregnantInfertility

You’re Not Alone: Infertility Support Groups Ease the Pain

Find strength for your journey with others who know your struggle.

You’re Happy and You Know It, but You’re Stressed
Emotional HealthStress

You’re Happy and You Know It, but You’re Stressed

How to cope when good life changes cause stress.

You Can Lower Your Baby’s Risk of SIDS — Before Birth and After
Baby CareSafe Baby

You Can Lower Your Baby’s Risk of SIDS — Before Birth and After

There’s still more to be learned about SIDS, but there are many ways parents can reduce the risk.

Yes, There’s Help for Depression
Emotional HealthDepression

Yes, There’s Help for Depression

You don’t need to feel alone. Many people want to help.

Will Your Pregnancy Be High Risk? Plan Ahead

Small Steps

Keep Your Distance.

Keep young children at least 500 feet from the action to watch fireworks — and have them use earplugs to prevent hearing loss.

Childbirth Preparation Class

Apr 23

6:30PM - 9:00PM

Classroom A, located in the Cancer Center

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