News Releases

My Baby is Breech—What Now?

Right around your due date, most babies are positioned head-first in your uterus. This allows the baby’s head to be the first thing out during delivery. Sometimes, however, the baby is positioned bottom-first or feet-first. This is called a breech…

Read more

When to Call Your Maternity Doctor

Pregnancy is chock full of weird feelings, aches and pains, and lots of stress and worrying. Most of these are completely normal, as is the excessive worrying that accompanies them. But one thing that could ease your worrying is knowing…

Read more

Earliest Signs of Pregnancy

Every woman is different, as well as every woman’s pregnancy experience. The only way to truly know if you’re pregnant or not is to take a pregnancy test. A lot of these symptoms are associated with other things as well,…

Read more

Do You Need a Pregnancy Pillow?

Your baby needs all the care and nourishment you can offer while they’re growing inside of you—but they also need that same level of care from the outside. Read on to learn why your sleeping position is so important. Normal…

Read more

20 Pregnancy Symptoms No One Told You About

There are some pregnancy symptoms you hear about constantly, like the morning sickness, back pain, weird cravings, and constant urination. While pregnancy is different for every woman, there are a lot of not-so-pretty side effects that no one likes to…

Read more

The Best Exercises for Pregnant Women

Pregnancy comes with a lot of weird, unpleasant feelings—back pain, swollen ankles, bloating and constipation, morning sickness, fatigue, and many other strange ailments. There’s one thing, however, that has been proven to alleviate all of these things—exercise. A lot of…

Read more

Tips for the Non-Pregnant Partner

Pregnancy is an incredible journey with a lot of ups and downs. You’ve no doubt been up to your eyes in research, shopping lists and schedules, but take a minute to read this because it’s for you—the partner! Your main…

Read more

What to Do When Your Water Breaks

You may have heard some dramatic going-into-labor stories, but the reality is that you might not even realize it’s happening at first. This might actually sound scarier than the dramatic stories, but don’t stress—here’s everything you need to know about…

Read more