- medlineplus.gov—"Teenage Pregnancy" and a vast array of other accessible information on pregnancy from the National Library of Medicine.
- www.clevelandclinic.org—"Coping with the Physical Changes and Discomforts of Pregnancy," "Nutrition During Pregnancy for Vegetarians" and other consumer-friendly pieces.
- www.kidshealth.org—"Exercising During Pregnancy" and, just for kids, "Things to Expect When Your Mom is Pregnant" from the Nemours Foundation.
- www.acog.org—"Later Childbearing" and "You and Your Baby: Prenatal Care, Labor and Delivery, and Postpartum Care" from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- www.marchofdimes.com—"Just for Dads: Helping Out," an extensive "to do" list for expectant fathers to help them prepare for baby's arrival.
- www.familydoctor.org—Printer-friendly Q&A's such as "Pregnancy: Should I use a Seat belt" and "Pregnancy and Exercise: What You Can Do for a Healthy Pregnancy" from the American Academy of Physicians.
- www.womenshealth.gov—In-depth pregnancy information from The National Women's Health Information Center, Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- www.cdc.gov—"ABC's … Pregnancy Tips," an easy-to-use alphabet soup of good tips and links to many other public and private agencies from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- www.niddk.nih.gov—"Fit for Two: Tips for Pregnancy" and much more from the National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
9 Great Information Sources About Baby and You
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