Pregnancy Articles



Pregnancy 10th May 2017

The great pregnancy journey is always on the priority list of every women stepping into pregnancy. It is a conscious take of every women to aim at this voyage with no hassles to deal with.
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Does my baby, listen inside the womb???

Baby 22th May 2017

Those arousing queries about your baby's well-being are all signals of your efforts in bearing an unsullied baby. Every mum-to-be, puts all her toil in carving a glistening future of her little one,
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Pregnancy 17th May 2017

Those nine months with a little one on the way is an experience that no mother can ever forget. Within the womb of a pretty young mum-to-be is a life that is being nurtured in a tiny corner of her tummy.
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Antidepressants during pregnancy: riskier than you thought!

Science 06th July 2017

During pregnancy, there are times when your heart feels heavy. This heaviness may be a result of the hormonal overhaul inside you. However, there could be more to this anxiety or depression during pregnancy than just physical changes in your body.
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Talking to baby in womb is key to mother's good health

Science 12th August 2016

I was a first time mother-to-be, nearing 40. I'd already had two miscarriages and I wasn't getting any younger and I could go on and on about the reasons that I was stressed.
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DNA Is Not Destiny

DNA 15th Feb 2016

Discoveries in the exciting new field of epigenetics suggest that fetal and early child environments literally become part of us. Experiences, scientists have learned, can leave chemical marks, called the epigenome, on our DNA, especially during the early years. The epigenome acts like a dimmer switch or volume control, turning genes on or off, making them shout or whisper. Read More

Health Lives In Your Mind, Not In Your Genes: Parents As Genetic Engineers

HEALTH 28th Jan 2016

Butter is not evil. I bet you've heard that. Many things we hold to be true are often disproven by science. So what if I told you that what you learned about genes and DNA in school is totally outdated? Just plain wrong...
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Emotional changes during Pregnancy

Pregnancy 12th June 2017

Pregnancy is probably the wonder of all the wonders of a woman's existence. What a supernatural experience it must be to feel a life growing inside you! As if, women were inspired seers who receive the gift of giving birth from the Almighty.
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Emotional State after Pregnancy

Pregnancy 16th February 2017

Emotional health is a state of a human being. When a person feel happy and content, he has the ability to monitor the situations of stress, understand the worth of relationships, and comprehend the joyful experiences of life.
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Study Finds that Babies Form Memories In Utero

PREGNANCY 10th Feb 2016

Some people believe that we have unconscious memories from the moment we were conceived. A recent study has shed more light into a baby's memory before birth. The study on late stage, unborn babies has found that learning can occur from week 34 of the pregnancy.Read More

What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother

HEALTH 8th Jan 2015

The artist Sarah Walker once told me that becoming a mother is like discovering the existence of a strange new room in the house where you already live. I always liked Walker's description because it's more precise than the shorthand most people use for life with a newborn: Everything changes.Read More

How can the would-be mothers handle their emotions during pregnancy?

Pregnancy 07th November 2017

Pregnancy is a pretty great journey- filled with several physical and emotional changes. Though it may seem not so easy, it is certainly worth it! Pregnancy stimulates the body to produce a lot of hormones.
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How a mother's voice shapes her baby's developing brain

Baby 10th October 2016

It is no surprise that a child prefers its mother's voice to those of strangers. Beginning in the womb, a foetus's developing auditory pathways sense the sounds and vibrations of its mother...
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How Does Mother's Depression Affect the Fetal Brain? Look at the Amygdala

Science 21st September 2016

It is now widely accepted that there is an increased risk for depression among the children of mothers who suffer from depression. Exactly how this vulnerability to depression is...
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Pregnancy Causes Lasting Changes in a Woman's Brain

Pregnancy 26th December 2016

Growing a human being is no small feat—just ask any newly pregnant woman. Her hormones surge as her body undergoes a massive physical transformation, and the changes don't end there.
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Physicists confirm there's a second layer of information hidden in our DNA

Science 22th June 2016

Theoretical physicists have confirmed that it's not just the information coded into our DNA that shapes who we are - it's also the way DNA folds itself that controls which genes are expressed inside our bodies.
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Four Weeks Pregnancy: What all to be aware of

Pregnancy 25st October 2017

During the fourth week, the embryo begins to grow. The woman may perhaps start to have positive results on a home pregnancy test as soon as the 4th week of your pregnancy occurs (calculated from the first day of your last period).
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Maintaining a Happy Pregnancy Brings Forth a Lifetime Gift

Pregnancy 23rd June 2017

29 year old Seema Gupta and her husband from Mumbai were blessed with a charming baby girl in May. After having witnessed a couple of unfortunate miscarriages in the family, the couple took every possible measure to ensure a normal delivery.
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The Fetal Senses:
A Classical View

Science 17th July 2016

The maternal womb is an optimal, stimulating, interactive environment for human development. Activity never ceases and a fetus is never isolated. Touch, the first sense, is the cornerstone...
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Time to discuss 'Paternal Depression'

Science 1st August 2017

Can expecting fathers suffer from depression? While maternal depression is a widespread public health issue, paternal depression was not given much attention until recent years.
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Health Begins Before Birth: The Womb As The Cradle of Life

Birth 26th October 2016

When the director Kathleen Man Gyllenhaal asked me to be interviewed for her film In Utero, I was eager to accept. As a medical doctor concerned with addiction, physical and mental health...
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Phobias may be memories passed down in genes from ancestors

DNA 4th Feb 2016

Memories can be passed down to later generations through genetic switches that allow offspring to inherit the experience of their ancestors, according to new research that may explain how phobias can develop.Read More


Science 24th May 2017

The good news is that you are pregnant, but with it comes in some soring issues. You are going to have some sleepless and uncomfortable nights but all for the baby is worth a toil. The sore breast and some discomfort in your favorite...
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Health 18th May 2017

Nothing can blast the euphoria of discovering you're pregnant faster than morning sickness. Ahhh, morning sickness, the quintessential pregnancy experience, the very onset of GOOD NEWS bells ringing around!!
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Pregnancy 30th May 2017

The calibration of bearing a new life right in your womb, demands a lot from a woman. She needs to mend her life upside down to tailor all the arrangements in fixing her health regime.
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How to travel safely during pregnancy

Pregnancy 30th June 2017

To travel or not to travel during pregnancy is a dilemma that every woman faces! Travelling can certainly lead to elevation of an individual's consciousness. It is also known to stimulate a person's spiritual development by widening the horizons of the mind.
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Introduction to Life
Before Birth

Birth 16th June 2016

Through many windows of observation, we can now see for the first time in human history what is actually happening in the womb. There is good news and bad news.
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Listen to the doctor, not the myths during pregnancy

Pregnancy 22nd June 2017

'More women go into labour during full moon than other nights!' If you are one of those women who believe that the aforementioned statement is a fact, then this write-up is precisely for you. The cycle of the moon does not affect your due date.
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Pregnancy 14th June 2017

Maternal bond is the most sacred of all relationships. The love a mother has for her child is considered to be the strongest connection in nature. The bonding is so deep that the thoughts during pregnancy...
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Gain weight the healthy way during pregnancy

Health 10th July 2017

Gaining weight during your pregnancy is natural. But there is a certain amount of weight which is considered as normal. Inadequate or excessive weight gains might successively lead to several disorders and problems.
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Antidepressants during pregnancy: riskier than you thought!

Science 06th July 2017

During pregnancy, there are times when your heart feels heavy. This heaviness may be a result of the hormonal overhaul inside you. However, there could be more to this anxiety or depression during pregnancy than just physical changes in your body.
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Pregnancy stress during 1998 ice storm linked to genetic changes in children after birth, study suggests

PREGNANCY 30th Sep 2014

The devastating ice storm of 1998 left a lasting impression, not just on the memories of those who lived through it, but on the DNA of children born in the aftermath.Read More

New ACOG Statement Says Forcing Treatment on Pregnant Women is Unethical

Birth 19th June 2016

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Committee on Ethics released a new "Committee Opinion" this month that outlines what doctors should do when a woman refuses the treatment...
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Why the witch hunt of midwives is alive and well in 2016

Science 4th November 2016

The latest attack on Australian midwives has come from Australian Medical Association Queensland president Chris Zappala who stated in a media release this week that research showed perinatal death rates doubled when women...
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Robin Grille Speaks At UNICEF's Baby-Friendly Initiative Conference – Video

News 20th Dec 2015

Robin Grille, Kindred's Australian Contributing Editor and author of Parenting for a Peaceful World and Heart to Heart Parenting, speaks at UNICEF's Baby-Friendly Initiative in the United Kingdom i...Read More

Exploring the Role of the Autonomic Nervous System on our Physical and Emotional Health and Wellbeing.

HEALTH 6th Dec 2015

Did you know that all of our body systems development, such as our immune, digestive, circulatory, immune and respiratory systems, are influenced by our in utero and birth experience and are controlled by the Autonomic Nervous System?Read More

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