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Vitamin D: The Other Bone Builder
Sure, calcium builds strong bones in you and your baby, but it couldn't do so without the help of Vitamin D. Are you getting enough Vitamin D?
What did you eat today??...
A Month of Fun and Healthy School Lunches
New school year!
Top Baby Names
Exercise and Breastfeeding
This temptation was Hansel and Gretel's downfall. But fear not, these snaps hold no hidden traps. No need to proceed gingerly!
FUSSY BABY RESOURCES
Breastfeeding: Food Allergies and Irritants
If you suspect your baby has have food allergies, you should always consult a pediatrician. But you can use the BabyFit Nutrition Tracker to get a head start on gathering the necessary info for making a proper diagnosis.
Breastfeeding Newborns: Irritants & Allergies
The foods you eat make up your breastmilk. Some of these foods may be irritants or allergens to your baby's fragile system. Learn the best way to track, alleviate, and prevent reactions in your newborn.
Nutrition and Breastfeeding
Follow these nutrition and breastfeeding tips to keep yourself and the baby healthy and happy. There's more to it than just feedings throughout the day.
Make Family Mealtime More Pleasant
Family meals should be a bonding experience, not a crazy free-for-all! BabyFit dietitian, Becky Hand, gives parents 19 tips to make mealtime healthier, more relaxed, and child-friendly.
Wellness Check-Ups: What to Expect Throughout Baby's First Year
You've just had the baby-- and she's perfect! But to be on the safe side, your doctor will conduct her first checkup, a checkup which could spell the difference between minimizing a minor health problem now or dealing with a major problem later. Here's a rundown of the tests most likely to be performed.
Post-Pregnancy Eating 101
The day is finally here! After fussing over what you eat for nine months, you're finally free! Now you can eat whatever and whenever you please, right? As you have probably already guessed, unfortunately, the answer to that question is "No."
Bouncing Back Into Shape
Did you know that traditional exercise programs can resume about 6 weeks after pregnancy? It’s a gradual process, but it pays to have a plan. Here are four tips to help you think ahead.
Exercising For Two
Exercise during pregnancy is important. It has many benefits for mom and baby. Learn some of the benefits, along with tips for getting started.
Organizing Your Life Through Your Pregnancy - Part 1
You've found out you are pregnant and your life is thrown into a tailspin. So much to do and only nine months in which to do it. Relax! Learn how you can take control in the first two trimesters here.
Exercise While Breastfeeding
Many new moms worry that exercising while breastfeeding can alter their milk and make it unhealthy for their baby. But, it's actually perfectly fine for you to have a regular fitness routine during this time. Read on to find out the details.
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