Simple hypertension in pregnancy, also known as gestational hypertension, is not an unusual complication of pregnancy. Gestational hypertension is merely an elevation in blood pressure that needs to be monitored, but in some cases it can develop into a more serious condition known as pregnancy-induced hypertension. It's important to be on the lookout for signs of … [Read more...] about Signs of Hypertension During Pregnancy
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As we were cutting out paper hearts and sprinkling glitter on my daughter’s Valentine’s Day cards this week, she stopped and asked me why we celebrate this “day of love” each year. I didn't have an answer. What is the history of Valentine’s Day? Who was the fellow we call St. Valentine, and why do we send cards in his honor? After some digging, this is what I discovered: … [Read more...] about Who The Heck Is St. Valentine, Anyway?
To me, shaving is an interesting aspect of being a female, since it is more of a beauty routine than a hygienic or health necessity. For some cultures and women, shaving is neither interesting and nor necessary. However, in our society, it is noticed. For some, hair on the face or under the arms can be embarrassing and women seek to have it removed. Recently, … [Read more...] about Summer Shaving Style: Do You Go Bald or Burly?
If you're a fan of Shrek, you'll definitely want to check out Puss In Boots in 3D! Like it's precursor, the spin-off weaves together threads from classic fairy tales while adding new elements for a fresh and fun film experience. The story starts with Puss (Antonio Banderas) on the run as a wanted cat. While in a bar with some shady characters, he … [Read more...] about Puss In Boots 3D
Lots of parents read aloud to their baby and toddler, but few take the next step: encouraging early writing. Did you know that babies can draw pictures (prewriting) and create narratives at between 2 and 3 years of age? A young child who is stimulated with targeted activities early and often can be writing and illustrating complex stories by age 4 or 5. Why does this matter? … [Read more...] about 4 Steps to Raising a Future Writer