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In some ways, the holidays can be difficult for everyone. What is supposed to be a time of lovely, warm celebrations often is fraught with stress. For couples and individuals coping with infertility, this pressure is often brought to a critical point. Learn how to keep your expectations reasonable, and practice self-compassion.
Maybe it seems like common sense, but people who regularly acknowledge thanks for the good things, events and people in their lives are generally happier.
As busy as you may be, it is important for you to make the time to exercise. Research has shown that women who exercise while pregnant not only tend to have smoother pregnancies, but they may also experience easier labors, and feel better about themselves during pregnancy and after delivery.
How dense breast tissue can make it difficult to read a mammogram and has been associated with a modest increase in one's risk for breast cancer.
As Tammy and her husband Jason prepared for the birth of their new baby, they knew a low intervention, natural birthing experience is what they wanted.
After 16 rounds of chemo, a mastectomy and 33 doses of radiation, Aimee thought the worst was over. And then she noticed her right arm starting to swell. Read about Aimee's story and how she got the treatment she needed.
Last year in celebration of Father’s Day, we published a beautiful post from a dad to his newborn son, Lucas. The words were poignant, meaningful and heartfelt. Sixteen months later, Dad has penned another note to his Lucas. Read on to see the ups and downs of the first year of parenthood, and the wonder that a father has for his son.