As places enter different phases of reopening, it’s important to not only follow your local health department’s rules and recommendations, but to also consider what you’re comfortable with and what’s best for you and your family.
- 13 March 2020
COVID-19 and Pregnancy
As a soon-to-be or new mom, you have a lot going on! With the recent outbreak of coronavirus, also called COVID-19, there is even more misinformation, confusion, and fear around what you need to do to stay healthy.
- 25 February 2019
Things to Limit or Avoid During Your Pregnancy
We hear a lot about what we can or can't eat, take, or do while pregnant! While some of it is true, it is also important to discuss personal needs, challenges, and preferences with your healthcare professional.
Healthcare Provider Appointments to Expect in Your Third Trimester :
- 23 December 2017
What Is Prenatal Testing?
There are so many options now for testing during pregnancy to help learn if you and your baby are healthy. Depending on your health history and any potential risk factors, different screenings or tests may be recommended and offered by your health professional. Some tests can also prepare parents for potential health conditions and treatments before and after birth.Read more
- 22 December 2017
Navigating Pregnancy with Physical Disabilities
Pregnancy is an exciting and nerve-racking time for women, especially if you’re already navigating medical challenges.
- 27 October 2017
Eating Seafood During Pregnancy
Seafood is needed for the best possible brain development in babies and is one of the only foods naturally rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which promote brain development. Current guidelines encourage pregnant women eat 2-3 servings of fish and seafood per week to boost babies' development.
COVID-19 and Infant Feeding
- 13 April 2020
COVID-19 and New Moms
- 02 April 2020