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Children whose mothers took a common painkiller during pregnancy are at higher risk of developing behavioural problems, research says.
I'm quite rapt that I've made it through my first week of maternity leave and so far, no baby!
Out of all the questions asked of mums-to-be, "Do you know what you're having?" would be right up there in popularity.
My morning sickness was so bad, I'm not having any more kids.
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There are a few things about pregnancy that people never warned me about - like the excess body hair, the leakage and the lack of sleep.
'My daughter would climb on my back, pull on my ponytail and try to ride me like a horse while I was hunched over the toilet vomiting.'
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High on the list of questions from expectant mums is: "What should I eat to keep my baby healthy?"
What you eat in pregnancy could have long-term health implications for your kids.
Experts are now saying the bedrest during complicated pregnancies could do more harm than good.
Experts accuse bakers of "failing miserably" to get more folic acid into bread.
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Up to 80 per cent of pregnant women get morning sickness - and not just in the mornings.