"You're only seven months pregnant? Wow. You're big! Sure there's only one in there?" Cue laughter.
Do you need to add sugar to the long list of food to avoid during pregnancy?
US doctors are warning that pregnant women and children should not drink raw milk, due to bacterial risks.
If you eat peanuts during pregnancy do you increase the chances of your baby developing a nut allergy?
No doubt you're aware of the food poisoning risks of chicken, eggs and shellfish but did you know reheated rice can be dodgy too?
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A recent study found that eating disorders in pregnant woman are more common than you might think. A mum shares her story
Christmas turkey, seafood or ham; however you decide to dine this Christmas, if you're pregnant there are a few things to keep in mind.
This blogger lives on a raw food diet that includes 20 bananas a day. And she's 26 weeks pregnant.
Mothers who eat junk food while they are pregnant are more likely to have children with behavioural problems, a new study says.
It's often one of the first questions a woman asks when she learns she's pregnant - can I keep drinking coffee or caffeinated sodas?
Your child's eating habits are influenced from when they’re in the womb - or even before – but it’s never too late to make healthy changes.
About one in six sudden infant deaths may be linked to their mothers' heavy alcohol use during or soon after pregnancy, according to a new study from Australia.
Whether you're pregnant, breastfeeding, doing FebFast, or just not much of a drinker, here are some thirst-quenching drinks that pack a booze-free punch.
The amount of food a woman consumes during pregnancy shouldn't increase substantially. You might be surprised at just how little you should increase your food intake.
A mother's weight before and during pregnancy can have a life-long impact on children's health.
New research has found that the fat around a woman's organs is more dangerous to her and her baby's health during pregnancy than the spare tyre around her tummy.
Women who drink a lot of sweet sodas during pregnancy may be more likely to give birth prematurely, a new study suggests.
You pregnancy diet needs to be good for the health and well-being of both you and your baby.
What is your attitude towards eating and drinking while pregnant? Do you take the risk with listeria foods? Do you continue to drink and, if so, how much?
So, now you're eating for two. Pregnancy means a nutritious diet is even more vital to give your baby the best start in life.
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