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Some women may develop gestational diabetes in their second trimester, usually after week 24. Find out what causes it and how you can manage it.
Healthy Start For Your Pregnancy is a one-stop guide for knowledge and information on antenatal care, nutrition and physical activities.
Pregnancy can be overwhelming. Don't fret! Here's a guide to help you through all the milestones you can expect and the changes your body is going through.
By Dr Tan Shu Qi
It's week 6 and you may be feeling tired and nauseous. Here are some common pregnancy symptoms you're likely to be dealing with.
After finding out that you're pregnant, the next big question is: When will your baby make an appearance? Here are some easy ways you can calculate the estimated date of delivery (EDD).
By Dr Janice Tung
With a baby bump already blossoming at week 13, these are exciting times for the entire family — but what if the family also includes pets?
By week 23 of pregnancy, you're almost halfway through this wonderful journey. During this second trimester, you will notice many changes happening to your body. Here are some tips on how to manage these pregnancy effects.
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Mental wellbeing relates to our ability to positively experience life, effectively manage life's challenges, realise our potential and make a meaningful contribution within our community.
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By nourishing ourselves with a balanced diet, keeping ourselves physically active, and staying connected with others, we can maintain a healthy lifestyle to help build our strength and resilience.
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Our mental wellbeing affects how well we deal with challenges, solve problems and achieve our goals. Discover our self-care tools and resources.
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