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That ever-growing baby bump can put quite a strain on your chest and shoulder muscles. Check out these safe and easy stretching exercises that target these areas.
Q: I am five months pregnant and am worried about the way I eat. I don't eat fruits or vegetables because they literally trigger my gag reflex. Help me!
Babies and diapers go hand and hand, as every parent of a newborn knows. Pick up some tried and true tips for keeping your baby clean and dry.
Your toddler isn't the only one who needs vaccinations — are you up to date on all your shots?
You want your hair to look good, but that takes time, which new moms don't always have. Check out these simple solutions that will get you out the door in minutes.
A dad shares his experience falling in love with his baby — and figuring out how to interact with her in ways that strengthens that bond. Read on to pick up some great tips on baby bonding.
Can I make stretch marks go away?
Your child's smile brightens your day. To keep that smile bright, nothing beats early dental care. Picking a child-friendly dentist is a great start, along with teaching your child to brush twice a day. Get more great tips.
Your due date is coming up soon, which means it's time to get packing for the trip to the hospital. Use this hospital bag checklist to make sure you have everything you need for the big day.
When you're a mom, every minute of every day is full — and then some. Find out why it's worthwhile to add meditation to your daily routine.
Seeing your baby's hair snipped off at the first haircut can be a bittersweet experience for you. And your child may find the whole thing unsettling and even scary. Here's how to create a tear-free trip to the hair salon.
Your baby has arrived, and you've had time to rest and recover. What should you do to build strength and get back into shape? Check out these new-mommy exercises and routines.
You may not be planning to have another baby right now. But there are some simple, commonsense steps you can take now that can help get you set for when you are ready to become pregnant again. Find out more.
There are two minerals you just can't do without when you're pregnant: calcium and iron. Learn about the vital role they play in keeping you and your baby healthy and strong.
Why exercise solo when you can work out with your new baby? Your little one could end up being your best fitness companion. Find out how to bond with your baby while losing the baby weight.
As the new year begins, you're determined to make some positive changes in your life, from getting fit to getting organized. Follow these tips on how to set and attain realistic goals.
If you're trying to eat well, you may have questions about carbohydrates. What are simple carbs vs. complex carbs? Which foods and how much of them are good for us? Learn more about carbohydrates.
You know you need to exercise — you're feeling out of shape and out of sorts. The problem is finding the time. Check out some smart strategies for fitting in a fitness routine.
Are you feeling as if you're taking care of everyone in the family, except yourself? Find out how to start a healthy, daily dose of 'me' time.
Several factors can affect this healing, including your general health, nutritional status, and degree of fatigue or stress…
Remember your childbirth class, and those breathing and relaxation techniques you learned? Turns out that these skills can be put to good use throughout your life…
Start your fitness program by teaching yourself how to do three common tasks—nursing, carrying your baby, and pushing a stroller…
Eating nutrient-packed foods when expecting is a must for your growing body and can help support your baby’s development. Check out this list of menu must-haves.
Got the phones and cameras ready? Sometime soon, our babies will officially become toddlers, taking those teetering first steps! This independent mobility opens up a whole new world for our children. Get more information on first steps.
Our babies are learning, growing, and changing every day, and watching this happen is one of our chief joys as parents. Questions about what your baby is up to these days? Get some answers by using this tool.
Dental care for new moms: It’s a must!
Did you know many expecting moms experience gingivitis? Keeping your mouth healthy is easy with Crest® Pro-Health™. For best results, don’t forget to brush and floss twice a day!
Nothing beats a baby’s smile
Your child is always learning from you, even when you’re brushing your teeth! With Crest® Kids, you and your little one can practice proper dental care together.