Why do we seize on every piece of research about drinking in pregnancy and brandish it as carte blanche to drink when you’re carrying a baby?
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It seems pregnant women are always being told different things may harm their baby, or to avoid certain foods, etc. It is common knowledge that smoking and drinking in particularly are most harmful to a developing foetus inside the mother’s womb and this is a subject we reported almost a year ago. Now however, pregnant women need to start taking extra precautions in the workplace according to a s
A MOTHER gave birth while in a coma and awoke a fortnight later with no memory of even being pregnant.
Posted by hgzeius (#1) 324 days ago (http://www.thesun.co.uk)
BRITISH women are suffering an epidemic of insecurity about their bodies, a shocking new Sun poll reveals.
Gemma Cleghorn, 25, from Sunderland said she had no idea she was pregnant until she was rushed to hospital with suspected internal bleeding five months after a motorway prang.
Thousands of women suffer from fibroids, which often cause pain and heavy periods as well as affecting fertility. Diana Noufal, 47, pictured, underwent a new procedure.
The gold-winning heptathlete said some talented youngsters are wary of training as they fear they will not look the same as their friends.
You may be surprised at just how many 'innocent' habits and routines could in fact be doing you harm