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Help your #children and future little ones develop #healthyhabits with this oral care information: 
Pregnancy is one of the best times to take advantage of flaunting your natural beauty. Usually after the first trimester of your pregnancy, you’ll start to notice that your skin begins to take on a more radiant glow.
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#DiaperRash can be tough! Check out these tips to prevent it and keep your baby’s skin soft. #HealthyHabits
Diaper rash is the collection of small red bumps that might appear on your baby’s behind off and on throughout their early months. Diaper rash is no serious cause for concern and is quite common.
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The third trimester is a big one for your baby’s development. Learn more about what happens:
At this point in your pregnancy, your baby is growing and developing incredibly quickly. Let’s take a look at what’s happening inside your uterus in the last three months of your pregnancy (weeks 28-40).
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So what’s the deal with #umbilicalcords? Cutting and after-care tips from the pros: 
During the later stages of your pregnancy, the umbilical cord will pass on antibodies to your baby as well, which will strengthen your baby’s immune system and prepare him or her for birth.
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Pampered #Pregnancy and the CarePoint Health would like to wish you a very Happy #StPatricksDay!
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There are lots of decisions to be made regarding #childbirth. We’ve got a list of popular natural childbirth techniques to ponder: 
In our society, millions of women go the way of relying on pain medication and epidural anesthesia to help them experience a relatively painless labor and birth experience.
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#Pregnancy is difficult as it is. But what about surviving this time without your favorite vices? We’ve got some advice: 
The moment you find out you’re pregnant, you might be jumping for joy about the new life you’ll soon be bringing into the world. For the next eight or nine months, you’ll probably be making small lifestyle changes here and there to prepare for a healthy new life with your baby.
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Not sure if you’re #ovulating? Learn these common signs to look out for:

Learning about the signs of ovulation is one of the first steps you can take to increase your chances of becoming pregnant if you plan on having a baby. The signs of ovulation will vary from woman to woman -- there is no one-size-fits-all approach to determining when your body is ovulating.
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#Spring has sprung! We would just like to wish everyone a very magical season filled with new life! 
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A lot of concerns are brought up before #birth. A big one: Do you need to have an #episiotomy? Read more: 
Before they give birth, some women are curious about how their babies will emerge through their vaginal openings without affecting the appearance and functionality of their vaginas.
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If you’re trying to have a #baby, #folate-rich foods might help. Lucky you! We’ve got a list of some good ones.
In the weeks leading up to conception and throughout your pregnancy, your OB-GYN will recommend that you increase your intake of folic acid. Folic acid is an essential B vitamin that can help prevent birth defects and help your body build and maintain cells, especially red blood cells, which are responsible for delivering oxygen to both you and your baby.
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Feeling gassy? Reduce your gas during #pregnancy with these fun tips: #PregnancyProblems
The average person passes gas about 18 times per day due to bloating and indigestion, whether it be in the form of flatulence or belching. Pregnant women typically don’t experience gas more frequently than other individuals, but it can be more difficult to deal with and control as a result of higher levels of progesterone, which is the hormone that causes all your body’s muscles to relax.
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With a focus on preventive medicine, healthcare education, and disease management, CarePoint Health provides patients with 360 Degree Coordinated Care, delivered by the area’s best and most dedicated doctors, nurses, hospitals and medical staff.
 
CarePoint Health brings quality, patient-focused healthcare to Hudson County. Combining the resources of three area hospitals — Bayonne Medical Center, Christ Hospital in Jersey City, and Hoboken University Medical Center — CarePoint Health is a new approach to delivering healthcare that puts the patient front and center.
 
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