Category: Planning and Preparing

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Preconception Health for Women

Pregnancy should not be considered a nine-month journey, but a yearlong journey. Knowing that the first few weeks of pregnancy are the most vital to

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Planning and Preparing

WIC Eligibility

The Women, Infants and Children’s program, frequently referred to as WIC, is a supplemental food and nutrition program for pregnant women, new moms, and children

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Getting Pregnant

Trying to Conceive After Age 35

Many women today find themselves trying to conceive after the age of 35. This opportunity can be full of joy and riddled with questions. Despite some challenges,

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The Bumpy Truth About Infertility

About Pregnancy, Nutrition and Life For many families the inability to conceive is a heartbreaking reality. Mr. Wonderful and I spent many months thinking this

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Planning and Preparing

Importance of a Will

Approximately 55% of American adults do not have a valid legal Will. Unfortunately, if you die without a Will, your children’s financial future may be

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Planning and Preparing

Medicaid for Pregnant Women

What is Pregnancy Medicaid? Medicaid is a government-sponsored health insurance program for low-income families who have no medical insurance or inadequate insurance. All states offer

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Planning and Preparing

Choosing an Obstetrician

Tips on Choosing an Obstetrician An obstetrician, also commonly called an OB/GYN, usually offers a variety of women’s health services, such as annual Pap tests.