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16 pm Nick Stern Lea-Ann Ellison, 35, has been an avid follower of CrossFit training for several years. Most Americans are being told they are not exercising enough. Lea-Ann Ellison is being told she has taken her exercise routine too far.
From mercury to pesticides, Americans are exposed daily to environmental chemicals that could harm reproductive health, the nation's largest groups of obstetricians and fertility specialists said Monday. The report urges doctors to push for stricter
Pregnant women hear a lot about things they should avoid: alcohol, tobacco, chemical exposures, stress. All of those have the potential to affect a developing fetus...One important factor, they say, is something called epigenetics, which involves the
According to research published in the September 2013 issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, epilepsy experts at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine at The Royal Melbourne Hospital have
Retirement and work crossroads sign Getty Images/iStockphoto Money Monitor Video Video Then came extreme pregnancy fatigue, bringing with it the need to either ingest a daily cuppa or sleep away the entire morning...My GP was adamant that caffeine
ET Researchers at McMaster University say they researched nesting to explore the protective instinct that exists between mother and child. Share Tools Pregnant women are actually driven to clean and organize because of an adaptive behaviour from
15 September 2013 0 View comments Sausages with marmalade: scientists are concerned rising numbers of Britons are being struck down with hepatitis E after eating contaminated pork. Cases have risen by nearly 40 per cent in a year As many as one in
Expectant mothers can use corticosteroid creams for irritated skin without putting their fetus at risk, except for large amounts of very strong creams, a new study suggests . In general, using those ointments during pregnancy was not linked to babies'
Mothers and children in South Africa are still dying in alarming numbers, and the country is among only a few worldwide where child deaths are rising. But a rural hospital in the Eastern Cape province has managed to drastically reduce infant
But taking medication is safer than going without, says Professor Guy Marks of the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research. He's co-author of a report that says women who stop using their preventer medicines are at risk of developing pre-eclampsia,