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7 Ways Your Skin May Change During Pregnancy

Pregnant? Here’s what you need to know about common skin changes and whether they may require treatment.

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What to Eat When You're Pregnant

What should you be including in your diet during pregnancy to get the most nutritional benefits for you and the baby? Get ideas here.

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6 Tips to Boost Male Fertility

Are you and your partner trying to conceive? Learn about lifestyle changes you can make to increase your sperm health and more.

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10 Fertility- and Period-Tracking Apps: Pros and Cons

Overwhelmed by the number of period-tracking apps in the app store? Read through this slideshow to learn the pros and cons of each.

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What You Should Know About Fertility-Tracking Apps

It seems like there is an app for everything these days, and that includes ones that help you pinpoint when you are fertile to increase your chances of getting pregnant.

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Top Pregnancy and Fertility Books You Should Read

Trying to conceive or already expecting? Finding the sheer amount of books on pregnancy overwhelming? Here are 11 of our favorites.

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7 Delicious Mocktail Recipes to Try During Pregnancy

Pregnant or avoiding alcohol for other reasons? These nonalcoholic drinks are fun to make for any occasion — and tasty, too!

Woman showing man positive pregnancy test during the holidays.

5 Tips to Survive the Holidays If You’re Pregnant

When you combine pregnancy with the holiday season and all the stress, travel, and family gatherings that can come with it, it can be a lot to take.

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8 Moves to Get Your Mom-Bod in Shape

These moves will target the problem areas of a post-baby body and help you get the best mom-bod ever!

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Why Should Folks Over 50 Have to Buy Maternity Care?

Every health insurance plan sold to individuals on HealthCare.gov must cover a set of “essential benefits” that include maternity care. Here’s why.