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FDA Panel OKs First COVID Pill 'Molnupiravir' From Merck

FDA panel "narrowly' backs Merck's COVID pill known as molnupiravir.
Hispanic Women More Vulnerable to COVID-19 During Pregnancy, Study Finds

Hispanic Women More Vulnerable to COVID-19 During Pregnancy, Study Finds

A new study finds that Hispanic pregnant women in the Southern United States are twice likely to have coronavirus than non-Hispanic women.
Australia Celebrates Baby Boom

Pregnant Women May Suffer Prolonged COVID-19 Symptoms: Study

One of the largest studies suggests that most pregnant women who become infected with COVID-19 will suffer prolonged, mild symptoms.
Coconut Oil

5 Soothing Uses of Virgin Coconut Oil Before and After Pregnancy

Pregnancy can come with a long list of do's and don'ts, from stretch marks, nausea to skin problems. The good news is there's a soothing solution- virgin coconut oil.
Pregnant woman waiting for the day of her delivery

Does Diet During Pregnancy Affect the Baby?

Planning on going on a diet during pregnancy? Studies show that this practice may have lasting effects on your baby.
A pregnant Alysia Montano is pictured after running in the opening round of the Women's 800 Meter on June 26, 2014

Olympic Runner Will Race Pregnant For The Second Time

Alysia Montaño, U.S. Olympic 800m runner will race this Thursday at nationals in Sacramento
Zika Virus: El Salvador Discourages Pregnancies Before 2018

El Salvador Fears Zika Virus, Discourages Pregnancies Before 2018

Amid growing concerns about the mosquito-borne Zika virus and associated birth defects, the government of El Salvador is asking its citizens to avoid pregnancies for the next two years.

Outdated Ultrasound Evaluation Standards Do Not Consider Ethnic Differences in Fetal Growth

Thanks to outdated standards for ultrasound evaluations, up to 15 percent of multicultural mothers are misjudged as carrying fetuses that are too small. The miscalculation frequently leads to countless women of color being subjected to unnecessary testing and procedures during their otherwise healthy pregnancies.
Birth Control is Essential to a Woman’s Economic Security, Yet Barriers Persist for Non-White, Low Income Women

Birth Control is Essential to a Woman’s Economic Security, Yet Barriers Persist for Non-White, Low Income Women

Birth control, the means by which one uses contraception and fertility control to prevent pregnancy and manage family planning, is essential to a woman's economic security. That said, institutional, language, cultural and payment barriers can act as a challenge, perpetuating a belief that one lacks ownership over one's own wealth and body.

What Will Happen to Carrie Mathison on the New Season of 'Homeland'?

The truth hurts. For the most part "Homeland's" second and third seasons were subpar.
Todobébé

Entravision Launch Todobebé.com for Latino Moms and Moms-To-Be: From Pregnancy, Birth, Nutrition, and More

A Spanish-language media company have launched a new website on motherhood and related topics for Latinos across the United States (U.S.) and Latin American region.

Spanish-Language March of Dimes Site Offers Incredible Information

"¡Bienvenidos a nacersano y a la familia de March of Dimes!" are some of the welcoming words one might find when encountering the spank brand new, re-launched Spanish-language March of Dimes website; a site that's geared toward providing valuable, life-saving information to Latina mothers and would-be mother who're concerned about loss due to premature labor or birth defects.
March of Dimes

March of Dimes Extends Spanish-Speakers Info on Healthy Births

In support of the Affordable Care and the belief that all families should have access to affordable health care, the March of Dimes believes that ACA's involvement in the lives of Latinos will be vital when helping families to avoid birth defects and prematurity, because they will gain information and access to physicians early on in their pregnancy. The March of Dimes Spanish-language site also want to ensure that Latinas have everything that they need when they are pregnant.
Halle Berry at the Golden Globes 2013

Storm's Scenes Cut From 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'? 'No' Says Bryan Singer

Director Brian Singer has just confirmed that Halle Berry will be appearing in the upcoming film "X-Men: Days of Future Past" as weather-manipulating mutant Storm. The amount of screen time Berry will be enjoying has yet to be determined but reports have revealed she will have an integral role and shocking revelation in the movie.
Megan Fox looking all dolled up

Megan Fox Baby Update: It's a Boy! Actress & Brian Austin Green Welcome Second Child

Congratulations are in order for Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green who have just welcomed their second child together. Born on February 13, this is the couple's second son together, their eldest being Noah aged 1.

Latina Mother to Give Birth to Grandchild

Julia Navarro, a 58-year-old Utah woman, is preparing to give birth to her granddaughter -acting as a surrogate for her own daughter, Lorena McKinnon, who was having difficulty becoming pregnant.
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