Baby Development

FEATURED ARTICLES: BABY DEVELOPMENT DURING PREGNANCY

Fetal Brain and Nervous System | What to Expect

The fetal nervous system — i.e., your baby-to-be’s brain and spinal cord — is one of the very first systems ...

10 ways to bond with your baby bump | BabyCentre

In the early weeks of pregnancy, many women feel like it's not real. We've got some great ideas to help ...

How to Have a Healthy Baby | Wellness Mama

Chris Kresser is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine. He researched to find his own health answers after ...

You should eat eggs if you’re pregnant: They contain key nutrient vital for baby’s health | Daily Mail Online

After being given a clean bill of health, eggs are enjoying boom in sales. And now there is extra good ...

Could Babies Conceived in Winter Be More Likely to Have Learning Disabilities? | Fit Pregnancy and Baby

Here's interesting news for anyone currently trying to conceive: According to a group of researchers from the United Kingdom, a ...

Eating Fruit While Pregnant May Boost Your Baby’s Intelligence – WSJ

Researchers found that each additional daily serving of fruit that pregnant women consumed corresponded with an increase in cognitive scores ...

This Instagram Model Is 6 Months Pregnant And Has The Tiniest Baby Bump

Hannah Polites is six months pregnant right now, and her stomach is more toned than mine will probably ever be ...

10 Pregnancy Foods To Eat For Baby

Eggs What it's got: Whether you like them fried, scrambled, hard-boiled or served as an omelet, eggs are the gold ...

Fetal Development: Stages of Growth

The start of pregnancy is actually the first day of your last menstrual period. This is called the 'menstrual age' ...

Your baby at week 16

Week 16 and your baby is doing some pretty amazing stuff! Your baby is around 11.5cm long now and about ...

Fetal Development: Baby’s Bones and Skeletal System

It might be hard to believe when you’re being jabbed from the inside by a pointy elbow or when a ...

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