This Week’s Top Pregnancy & Lactation News

Top Pregnancy & Lactation News ICYMI

When you know, you just know.  This is how we feel about our Pregistry community.  A growing community that is loving, caring, and sharing all things Pregnancy and Lactation.  We feel our community is the greatest and can’t wait to continue reading your opinions and answering your questions.

This week we released an instructional video that explains all you need to know about the  new “Pregnancy” and “Lactation” sections of the medication labels. The video has been viewed already by more than 6,000 people, so it is catching a lot of attention. Watch it here and learn about this very important topic for all pregnant and breastfeeding women!

Check out the Top Pregnancy & Lactation News:

Skin is our most important organ.  Do you take good care of it? A new study shows skin cancer may be more dangerous when caught during pregnancy.  Learn more about it here.  

Healthy mind, healthy baby? A new study shows eating fish — even tuna — during pregnancy is linked to better brain health. Are you a fan of fish? Do you eat it regularly?  Read about the study and share your thoughts with us.  

As you know, everything a pregnant woman does can affect her baby.  A new study shows just that! Mom’s weight during pregnancy shapes baby’s health! Find out what the study showed

Do you enjoy yoga? We have talked about it before offering best practice. A new study shows that many yoga poses are safe until quite late in pregnancy, including some that have previously not been recommended.  Get to know all about it so you can get back to your yoga session!

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Diego Wyszynski
Dr. Diego Wyszynski is the Founder and CEO of Pregistry. He is an expert on the effects of medications and vaccines in pregnancy and lactation and an accomplished writer, having published 3 books with Oxford University Press and more than 70 articles in medical journals. In 2017, he was selected a TEDMED Research Scholar. Diego attended the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

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