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Get Pregnant After Miscarriage

24th February 2010
Get Pregnant After Miscarriage - The chances of miscarrying a second time, or carrying a baby to complete termThe notion of conceiving a child after miscarriage could be very challenging, countless women are usually afraid of a second miscarriage. Medical... Read >
Author: Tammy Richardsons

Back Braces- Can They Really Help Your Pain? & Are They a Good Idea?

10th February 2010
You may have experienced back pain from when you were trying to move or lift a heavy object. The lower back is usually where an injury occurs. However, there are many bones and muscles in your back. These bones, muscles, and other types of soft tissues... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Why are Abdominals Important – Understanding the Parts and Functions of Abdominal Muscles

05th October 2009
You're probably asking yourself, "Why are abdominals important?" I think it's good that you raised that query. It's important that you become familiar with the different parts of your abdominal muscles and their functions before kicking off your abs wo... Read >
Author: Travis Hunt

Postnatal Massage: The Aftermath

21st August 2009
We have all heard about the prenatal massage. The use of relaxing strokes and massage techniques on the mother-to-be's body. The massage is beneficial for the mother and in turn also beneficial for the baby. It seems like a win-win situation. After the... Read >
Author: Yodle

What is foot orthotics and how do they work?

17th July 2009
This article sheds more light on the term "foot orthotics" - what they are, how they work, the different types of orthotics available and which common complaints can be treated with orthotics. What does the term "orthotic" denote? The word orthotic... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

Understanding Endometriosis and It's Relation To Tubal Pregnancy

18th June 2009
Understanding Endometriosis and it's relation to Tubal Pregnancy is not a difficult task. It is cell growth that mimics the cells that grow inside the uterine area but, grow outside of the uterus and causes unnecessary growth of tissue in different places... Read >
Author: Terry Johnson

How To Alleviate The Pain Of A Posterior Positioned Baby

06th June 2009
More and more women are entering into their birth journey with a posterior positioned baby. Now you may be asking what this is. When you go to your health professional to have a check up towards the end of your pregnancy, you are measured, your baby's hea... Read >
Author: Loretta

How To Streamline Your Waistline

29th May 2009
In contemporary times, many people are becoming more aware of fitness. Depictions of fit individuals can be seen hundreds of times a day gracing the pages of fitness magazines, newspapers, and commercials. Among many similarities in all of these pictures,... Read >
Author: chaoticconformity

Signs That Can Occur Before Labor Start

28th April 2009
When you are pregnant the moment you are in labor is a much-anticipated moment, one that many women are uncertain about because they are not sure what exactly constitutes true labor. A woman experiences a wide range of emotions for much of her pregnancy n... Read >
Author: May Tan

Rib Pain During Pregnancy

10th March 2009
Rib pain during pregnancy can be a persistent problem, especially during the third trimester. Your rib cage may feel mildly sore or extremely tender and bruised. You may have discomfort on either side, or both sides, though it is commonly worse on the rig... Read >
Author: Orit Cox

Powerful Flat Lower Abs Technique

20th January 2009
I'd be a rich man if I had a dollar for ever time that someone told me, "My upper abs are coming in but I still have this pouch of fat on my lower abs." Unfortunately, this "upper then lower" fat loss pattern is typical for the majority of people. This "l... Read >
Author: John Alvino

Induce Labor at Home - 3 Methods to Get You Started

09th January 2009
By the time you are 37 weeks pregnant, most doctors will consider you to be full-term and will allow labor to progress if it starts. However, some women will go well past the typical 40 weeks and will start to look for ways to help their labor along. If y... Read >
Author: Leesuh Smith

What is Lumbar Support and Do I need it?

15th December 2008
I hear this word a lot and really don't fully understand what it means. At wikipedia.com it means "In anatomy, lumbar is an adjective that means of or pertaining to the abdominal segment of the torso, between the diaphragm and the sacrum (pelvis)."So wh... Read >
Author: Aniruddha

Sacroiliac Joint Inflammation – What you need to know

02nd December 2008
Have you been having difficulty sleeping, turning, or bending over lately? Are you constantly plagued by sharp pains in the lower back? If so, you could be suffering from sacroiliac joint inflammation - not exactly something you want to be stuck with over... Read >
Author: David Ravech

The Development of the Fetus When You are 16 Weeks Pregnant

11th November 2008
Most mothers to be want to know about how the baby is developing during each week of the pregnancy. At 16 weeks pregnant, your baby is only about the size of an avocado. At this point the fetus is only about 5 inches long and weighs only about 3 ounces, e... Read >
Author: Ling Tong
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