Common symptoms of the common cold and upper respiratory infections include nasal and sinus congestion and/or drainage, sore throat, cough, muscle aches and low-grade fever. Learn more.
It's important to take care of your dental health during pregnancy, because chronic oral infections can contribute to a variety of pregnancy issues for both you and your baby. Learn more.
The Center for Disease Control, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Cincinnati Health Department recommend that all women who are pregnant during flu season receive the flu vaccine. Learn more.
Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is a bacteria that resides in the birth canal and/or perianal region of 30 percent of healthy women. Learn more
Learn more about what you should and should not eat during pregnancy, as well as how much weight you can safely gain. Learn more.
Because you have a high-risk pregnancy, your doctor has prescribed more rest. The following information describes different kinds of rest and activity to help you and your family understand the instructions. Learn more.
The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that the following blood tests be offered to all pregnant women. Learn more.
From hearing screenings to condition screenings, learn more about what you and your newborn will experience during his or her stay in the Hospital. Learn more.