From pregnancy to raising a teenager, learn the ins and outs of raising a healthy child in this one-stop pregnancy and parenting platform for health information.
What Happens in the First Trimester?
What if our health today was determined a long time ago when our mothers were pregnant with us?
Being pregnant is a major milestone in a woman's life. There are positive steps you can take to make your pregnancy a wonderful experience for you.
Try to build the bond before the birth of your new baby. You could also get your child to touch your belly and let him feel your baby kicking.
Most of these conditions or symptoms are caused by hormonal changes and the extra strain your body undergoes during pregnancy.
Muscle aches, cramps and swelling are common during pregnancy. Here are some simple ways to help you manage the discomfort.
Before you put that packet of biscuits into your shopping basket, turn to its nutrition panel and check if it contains what your growing child needs.
Tests for Me and My Baby
Being infected with an illness in pregnancy is something that can happen. If that occurs, here’s what to do.
While most pregnancies are smooth sailing, some women experience complications.
It's natural for expectant mothers to worry whether they’re having a "perfect" pregnancy. And most pregnancies go smoothly.
When you should sound the alarm and call the doctor.
It's important to watch what you eat when you are pregnant as you need to keep yourself and your baby safe.
Eating well should start even before you plan for a baby and this should be maintained throughout your pregnancy.
Experts have yet to determine what is a safe amount of alcohol to drink while you are pregnant. To be safe, it may be a good idea to avoid alcohol altogether.
Your baby is at risk when you smoke during pregnancy as well.
Being Fit When Pregnant
Exercising in pregnancy enables better weight control and helps prepare you for your new arrival.
Pregnant women who exercise during their pregnancy sleep better and have more energy.
Affectionately known as the "baby book" that every Singaporean child grows up with, the Child Health Booklet (CHB) is provided to parents at the time of delivery.
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