Doctors see surge in newborns hooked on mothers’ pain pills. Narcotic abuse is the fastest growing drug problem in the US. Dr. Mathews, Plano OB, Plano Gyn,
Pregnancy and Exercise, Update Overdue Recommendations for exercise developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American College of Sports Medicine were established about15 years ago, and it has been 9 years since their adoption by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Finally, new recommendations have been suggested. Specifically, the…Read the Rest of Article
Fish oil may not benefit new moms or babies, but chocolate and exercise do Pregnant women have tweaked their diets, tried prenatal education tricks, and attempted whatever else baby books and doctors have recommended—all in the quest to have happier, healthier, and perhaps even smarter babies. Mothers-to-be have latched onto fish oil, to cite one…Read the Rest of Article
A test which could stop women laboring for hours in the hope of a “normal” birth only to end up with a Caesarean section has been developed in Sweden.