The Best Foods for Pregnant Women to Eat

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If pregnant women don’t get enough of the right nutrients, the baby’s growth could be affected. Important nutrients need to be consumed to avoid diseases later in the child’s life. The important nutrients include iron, iodine, vitamin B-12, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin B-6 and folate. The list of foods advocated by’s best foods for pregnant women infographic contains these vital nutrients. Read more »

What You Should Know About Teen Pregnancy

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Teen pregnancies are extremely common today, with about 550,000 young women getting pregnant each year. In fact, statistics show that one in four young women get pregnant before they turn 20. Still, most teens do not think about the chance of pregnancy or parenthood. They do not think about the impact that pregnancy can have on their education, career goals, relationships, and financial situations. Many […] Read more »

Top Tips for Traveling Overseas While Pregnant

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With the spread of the Zika virus and the upcoming Olympics in Rio, the popular topic of “babymoons’”has resurfaced. Fast Cover created a new infographic that cuts through the 500,000+ online articles to provide a simple guide to the babymoon. The infographic breaks down the four stages of a babymoon: preparing, packing, transit and staying healthy at a holiday destination. If you’re pregnant and planning a holiday, make preparing simpler with […] Read more »

Back Pain During Pregnancy

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Lower back pain during pregnancy is one of the most common types of pain that women experience while carrying a baby. Studies show that 50-75% of women experience back pain at some point during their pregnancy. So don’t worry, you’re not alone! Luckily, there are several treatments and exercises you can do to prevent or at least ease lower back pain. This infographic from BC […] Read more »

Dental Care During Pregnancy

Pregnancy Dental Care Infographic

Misinformation and misconceptions about dental care during pregnancy are all too common. The truth is pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase the risk of developing certain oral health problems including gum disease, gingivitis, tooth decay and erosion, and loose teeth. Thus, your teeth and gums need special attention when you’re pregnant. Yet, with all there is to think about during your pregnancy, it’s easy to […] Read more »