When you’re swept up in the energy of having a newborn, it’s often easy to forget to look after yourself. Womens’ Wellness & TCM expert, Josie Bouchier answers questions on how to prepare for the first six weeks postpartum and how to take care of yourself while also looking after your baby.
Pregnancy By Trimester
Find out how to prepare for pregnancy, what to expect during each trimester, which baby products you can’t live without and all the other info you need to navigate those nine precious months.
With all the anxiety, stress, worry and nausea that often accompanies the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, we need to reconsider the rule of keeping mum in the first trimester.
Not all pregnancy supplements are made the same. Womens’ Health & TCM expert Josie Bouchier talks about how to choose the best supplements for you and your growing baby
Confused about the vast array of tests that are available to find out whether your unborn baby has a genetic disorder? Our simple guide explains all your options.
Having a baby at 40 does come with some added risk. The older a woman gets, the higher the risk for premature labor, miscarriage and other complications. But, don’t let the words “advanced maternal age” scare you – you can still have a healthy pregnancy in your forties! Whether it’s your first child or your third, here’s everything you need to know about pregnancy after 40.
With up to 75 percent of women in the US coloring their hair, it’s important to find out if it’s actually safe to dye hair when pregnant.
What’s the next best thing after a 90 minute pregnancy massage that leaves you drooling and feeling light as a feather? The Holy Lamb Organics Natural Body Pillow! Designed to provide the support your body needs during Trimesters 2, 3 (and even 4), find out why it’s a must-have for all mama-to-be!
Eating for two? Nutritionist and Women’s Health & Fertility expert, Cathey Stoner, shares 10 healthy foods to help power your pregnancy.
Morning sickness occurs in 50% – 70% of all pregnancies, usually between weeks six through sixteen. Sometimes nausea and/or vomiting can return at the end of pregnancy, or it can last the entire time, it’s different for every woman. In this article we share why it happens and how to minimize it.
Planned or unplanned – pregnancy can be both a wild and wonderful ride. While every mother is going to approach the transformative experience differently, there are quite a few helpful things you can do to prepare mentally and physically.