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The third trimester is here - and you feel sick! Read on to learn common problems pregnant women experience and how to feel better.
Week by Week
Get ready to hear your little one's heartbeat! Week 11 is all about growing and getting healthier. Read on to learn about what your little one's been up to.
Although your little one's only the size of a golf ball now, most of her is starting to form. Read on to find out more about what happens in week eight in your pregnancy.
As your baby continues to grow, you'll start to observe signs of the life growing inside your tummy. Week 21 is about sleep and heartbeats. Read on to learn what developments your baby is going through and what to expect.
Your baby's brain is starting to wire itself up to allow her to feel and experience things during week 25. Read on to learn about all the amazing things happening in your body (and hers!).
Week 40! This is the final week of a "term" pregnancy. Read on to learn about what to do to prepare for birth - and what to do if it doesn't come at all!
Whether you're a first-time mum or this is your second (or third or fourth!) child, watch one mum's tips to make the homecoming smooth and comfy for everyone.
Ah, maternity leave! Though you may feel impatient to meet your baby, don't wish the final weeks of pregnancy away. This is a great opportunity to concentrate on yourself for a change. How can you get the most
Now that you're pregnant, good eating habits are more important than ever. Find out about how many calories you really need; which nutrients are essential for you and your baby; why alcohol is not a good idea;
Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean you can't look and feel your best. But shopping for maternity clothes can be a challenge. Make the most of your blossoming figure with a maternity wardrobe that is
There’s so much to do in the run up to childbirth. Your partner has their own tasks to complete so they can feel ready. It can be daunting, but our list of essential to-dos should help make daddy feel empowered
Pregnant women need up to 100 grams of the right kind of protein per day. Proteins with vital amino acids are best to support your little one’s growth and development, and are mainly found in meat, fish and
Happy one minute, sad the next, the reality of pregnancy is that your mood can be all over the map. Learn about the emotional roller-coaster of pregnancy, and discover tips to keep your mood swings in check!
Exercise can brighten your mood, ease pregnancy discomforts, and strengthen muscles you'll need during childbirth. But not all exercises are safe for pregnant women. What's the right kind of workout for you?
From warm socks to dressing gowns, eye masks to headbands, lollipops to lip balm, here are the things you should pack for the hospital to make your experience easier, more comfortable, and more meaningful.
While you don't want to give birth on a full stomach, new research shows that fasting during labour isn't a good idea, either. So what are the best snacks to munch on if you get hungry during labour?
Water can be a wonderful, safe method of pain relief during labour. Have you considered using a birthing pool for your big day? Do you like the idea but worry about the risks? Here’s everything you need to know
Baby booties, bath towels, stretchsuits, nappies - here's a list of everything you'll need for your newborn's early days at home. Plus, important safety tips to keep in mind while shopping for children's
Your ever-expanding belly may be causing a range of aches and pains, from heartburn and indigestion to shortness of breath. How can you ease the pain to make your last three months of pregnancy more