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Folic acid: essential for a healthy pregnancy and baby
When you’re pregnant, nothing is more important than the health of your unborn baby. Certain measures can be taken to ensure the optimal health of your little one, such as the daily intake of a folic acid supplement. Read
For many women, deciding to breastfeed comes naturally. Beyond the many benefits for her baby’s health, breastfeeding gives a mother the opportunity to create a special, unique relationship with her newborn. Here is some information that may help you make the best decision for you and your baby. Read
Breastfeeding problems, the other side of the coin
Do you breastfeed your infant and have difficulties with it? Breastfeeding can in fact be tricky. However, as every problem has a solution, there are several tips to help you enjoy breastfeeding your child without the inconveniences. Read
20 small joys that will warm the hearts of mothers
Take some time to enjoy these little daily events that will fill your heart with pride when you look at your child. Read
Pregnancy: 5 good reasons to tell your pharmacist!
Trying to get pregnant, are pregnant or have just given birth? Your pharmacist is one of the most accessible and available health care professionals to advise you on your pregnancy and help you through every step of this happy event. Read
Got hemorrhoids? Your pharmacist is there to help!
If you notice a bit of blood in the toilet bowl or bloodstains on the bathroom tissue after you have a bowel movement, you may be suffering from hemorrhoids. Whether they are internal or external, you can treat them and prevent them from returning. Read