The pregnancy

Treating Incontinence After Childbirth

Has childbirth left you with no control over your bladder? Many women experience incontinence after the birth of their child. Nonetheless, urinary incontinence should not be an acceptable side effect of childbirth. Brent Reider speaks about the effects of pregnancy on the pelvic floor and on regaining pelvic strength after childbirth.

Preterm Labor – Managing the Risk

The final weeks of pregnancy are imperative for the baby's development. Preterm birth, especially that before 32 weeks gestation, leads to higher rates of infant death and disability. Dreaming of Baby speaks with Dr. Howard Mandel on preterm birth, the symptoms to look out for, and a novel test available for managing the risk of premature birth.

New Baby? Tips for Saving Money

Taking the time to shop wisely can save you a substantial amount of your hard-earned money. Danielle Jones, from freebiesforacause.com, herself a mom of seven, shares tips on how to limit the cost of daily purchases for the family by shopping smart.

Sleep, Bonding, and Breastfeeding: Preparing for Life With a Newborn

Parenthood is a uniquely transformative experience and there's much to learn about before baby arrives. Dr. T. Jann Caison Sorey from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan discusses all you need to know about life with a newborn in her interview with Dreaming of Baby.

What the Pediatrician Wants You To Know About Newborn Health

The first weeks with baby tend to pass by in a blur of emotions, new love, and bouts of exhaustion in varying degrees. Doctor Jarret discusses with Dreaming of Baby what parents need to know about newborn health markers and what to look out for when selecting a pediatrician.

Financial Tips for Millennial Parents-To-Be

90 percent of new parents are Millennials. Douglas A. Boneparth, CFP®, shares some tips on how to financially prepare for baby, prioritizing, and what to be careful about as a Millennial on the path to parenthood.

The Real Factors You Have To Consider When Moving and Expecting

With a growing family come new needs, including that for more space. If simply thinking about a move feels daunting, then taking everything into consideration becomes more of a must. Dreaming of Baby speaks with Ali Bernstein on what parents-to-be should really be considering when planning a move.

Eating Your Way to a Healthy Pregnancy

Regardless of your gender, the food you consume and the lifestyle you lead have a big say on conception and pregnancy. Dreaming of Baby discusses the nutritional aspect to fertility and pregnancy with Carolyn Gundell, M.S., a fertility nutritionist at RMACT.

Lead and Pregnancy – Cause for Concern?

Avoiding lead is not always that easy. Dr. Lina Akopians from the Southern California Reproductive Center (SCRC) speaks about the effects of lead on pregnancy and how to keep yourself safe.

Money Saving Strategies for Parents-To-Be

A new baby means new expenses and it's all too easy to feel overwhelmed. Employing money-saving strategies helps control your spending, saving you substantial hard earned cash on a daily basis. Jennifer McDermott shares some tips.