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2012 is winding down fast, which means I can count the number of days on both hands that baby is scheduled to arrive. Of course, hardly anything goes as scheduled, but it's exciting nonetheless.
Besides personal anticipation of a new addition (and the start of Ultra Sound Pregnancy!) this year brought plenty more memorable pregnancy-related news.
Here's a recap of pregnancy research and news stories that made us excited, think, and sometimes even cringe.FULL ENTRY
A growing number of pregnant and nursing women in the U.S. have iodine deficiencies, according to a group of experts who wrote an opinion paper published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association calling for potassium iodide to be included in all prenatal vitamins.
Iodine deficiency causes low thyroid hormone levels in mothers and can lead to brain development disorders in babies.FULL ENTRY
'Tis the season of holiday parties and the feeling that when it comes to healthy eating, all bets are off.
Okay, so overindulging on some types of foods at a few parties won’t be the end of me. I know that. But as I near the end of my pregnancy on a pretty good healthy eating streak, I’m hoping to finish strong.FULL ENTRY
It’s one of the first things a woman is asked to do when she enters the exam room at a prenatal wellness visit -- step on the scale.
The number climbs slightly with every visit. It’s perhaps the one period in life where it should.
Still, in the back of my mind, I can’t help but think about life after pregnancy and
whether the 20-plus added pounds that have come on so far will ever come off.