This Week’s Top Pregnancy & Lactation News

Top Pregnancy News

The week has been quite remarkable for us.  Our Facebook community grew to over 65k members and some of the photos we post on it received several thousand likes and shares!! Are you a Pregistry Facebook follower? If not, we hope you will try it, click here. We are sure you will enjoy all the great content we publish.

Congratulations to Lydia S., of Alexandria (KY), who won Pregistry’s March giveaway: a Graco Verb Click Connect Travel System! Stay tuned for our April giveaway, it will be amazing!

Check out and catch-up on this week’s top pregnancy and breastfeeding news:

  • Have you heard about the first U.S. woman with a uterus transplant? It’s a pretty incredible story that gives hope to many women who want to get pregnant. Read the story here.
  • Pregnant-belly-rubbing advice costs WSU $850,000 payout to student. A student says she was told not to rub her pregnant belly and to wear looser clothing. Click here to find out what has caused a stir at Wayne State University.
  • A new Harvard study suggests that a lack of the sunshine nutrient Vitamin D during early pregnancy can almost double the risk of multiple sclerosis in children.  Read more about this study here.

Top Pregistry blog post of the week:
Is your baby getting adequate nutrition from animal- or plant-based breast milk substitutes? Read more about it here.

Pregistry’s videos are going viral! Have you seen them yet? The video about the Pregnancy and Lactation sections of medication labels has been viewed more than 42,000 times! You can subscribe to Pregistry’s YouTube channel and access all our videos there.

Have a great weekend and please share this blog post with your friends! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and Pinterest – you will love it!

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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