4 Big Benefits of Exercising with Baby

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Even if you were a super-fit mom-to-be and exercised regularly through pregnancy, you are likely to find it difficult to get back into a regular fitness routine after having a baby. Combine sleep deprivation with juggling a busy schedule as most new moms do, and it feels nearly impossible to find the right activity to... read more

Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh Welcome a Baby Boy — Find Out His Name!

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The Grammer brood just expanded! Kelsey Grammer and his wife, Kayte Walsh, welcomed their second child on Tuesday, making Kelsey a father for the sixth time! Wowzers. At 8:28 a.m. in Los Angeles, Kayte gave birth to a baby boy, Kelsey Gabriel Elias Grammer, weighing 8 pounds and 2 ounces and measuring 20.5 inches long, according... read more

Could Labor Pain Meds Lower Your Risk of Postpartum Depression?

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An epidural might be your secret weapon against postpartum depression. A Chinese study found that women who received epidural anesthesia during a vaginal delivery had a much lower risk for postpartum depression than women who didn't. How much lower? 21 percent. "It's a huge omission that there has been almost nothing in postpartum depression research... read more

The Most Ridiculous Fights You’ll Have in IKEA

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Photo: The Nest
Ever traveled to IKEA with your kid? If you are one of the valiant soldiers who has braved the battle field of Hemnes six-drawer chests and the ubiquitous, lingering scent of Swedish meatballs with an infant in tow, we applaud you. It's a feat that deserves to be recognized and appreciated for its level of... read more

5 Freezable Meals That Will Save You Time

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If your days routinely involve play dates and babyproofing and evenings consist of wrangling an infant into pajamas, elaborate meals probably aren't high on your priority list. Luckily, you can make big batches of these hearty favorites that will please the whole family, and last up to six months. Here's a classic choice: rigatoni with... read more

Tylenol’s Still Safe, But Maybe Not Effective

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Photo: Tylenol
Tylenol is considered safe for moms-to-be and fetuses, but a new study says that it might not be doing anything at all for back pain. The George Institute for Global Health looked at acetaminophen, which is sold under brand names like Tylenol, Anacin and Panadol. While the drug has been proven to reduce headaches, tooth aches and pain... read more

Zoe Saldana Is Having Twins!

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Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
Brace yourselves: There are about to be two babies in the world who are just as lovely, talented and cool as Zoe Saldana and her artist husband, Marco Perego, because Zoe is having twins! According to E!, the Guardians of the Galaxy star is "thrilled" to be expecting two babies with her husband, who... read more

You Can Teach Baby Nursery Rhymes Before Birth (Cool, Huh?)

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Photo: Getty/The Bump
Twinkle, twinkle little baby? A new study, conducted by researchers at the University of Florida, shows that babies can learn nursery rhymes before they're even born -- sort of. Researchers studied 32 women who were 28 weeks pregnant, and told each of them to sing the same nursery rhyme twice daily to their bellies until their 34th... read more

Bumpie Tip of the Week: Fighting Fatigue During Pregnancy

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Source:Getty
You're rocking the pregnancy glow and counting down the days for baby to arrive, but there's just one problem. You are tired. All. The. Time. Yes, it looks like fatigue has hit you hard. It's a common side effect of pregnancy, so no need to worry. But, you may be wondering how to boost your... read more

Recall Alert! Dream on Me Dinah High Chairs

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Photo: CPSC
Though no incidents or injuries have been reported, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled over 2,800 high chairs due to a strangulation and fall hazard. Dream on Me Dinah High Chairs, which were sold online by Walmart.com and Amazon.com exclusively from November 2012 to November 2013, are being recalled because a child's body could... read more