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The surprising effects of pregnancy

  • The surprising effects of pregnancy


    Discover how pregnancy changes every organ in the body— from the heart, to the brain and kidneys— and what we still don’t know about it.


    Muscles and joints shift and jostle. The heart’s pounding rhythm speeds up. Blood roars through arteries and veins. Over the course of a pregnancy, every organ in the body changes. Initiated by a range of hormones, these changes begin as soon as a pregnancy begins. Explore what we know— and don’t know— about pregnancy's effects on the body and brain.

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  • Mind Your Own Pregnancy! | Leslea Walters | TEDxWinnipeg


    Women are subjected to the unsolicited opinions of random strangers whose comments typically serve only to create unnecessary anxiety. Given advice founded purely in myth and old wive's tales, these women have enough to deal with, considering the normal physiologic changes of pregnancy! Leslie will set straight some myths, offer reassurance and tips for a healthy pregnancy and also make people aware of what they CAN say! Dr Leslea Walters is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, having trained as an Obstetrician/Gynaecologist. She sees patients in her downtown practice, delivers babies at the Women’s Hospital (Health Sciences Centre) and operates at various hospitals around Winnipeg. She has been in practice for 5 years and prior to that completed residency training at the University of Manitoba, after graduating from medical school at the University of Ottawa. Her interests are quite varied and she will tell you she ended up in medicine “by accident” after a brief career as a flight attendant. Fortunately, it has been a good fit for her and she finds it fulfilling to serve her patients with a wide range of women’s health concerns.

    Leslea has led her colleagues in several community based initiatives to advance women’s health. Her next endeavour is to take on the role of Section Head of Obstetrics at the Women’s Hospital – HSC. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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  • The Surprising Effects of Pregnancy - Surprise Pregnancy Announcement to Parents


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  • Stressed during pregnancy? Your baby might feel long term effects


    Research suggests a woman’s stress level at the moment she becomes pregnant is linked to how her child will respond to stress a decade later.

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  • Pregnancy Beyond Age 35 – Reviewing the Risks


    Abimbola Aina-Mumuney, M.D. is a perinatologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Maternal and Fetal Medicine at Howard County General Hospital in Columbia, Maryland, and is an assistant professor in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Gynecology/Obstetrics. Her areas of clinical expertise include high-risk pregnancy conditions and prevention of preterm labor.

    In this video, Dr. Aina-Mumuney describes the risks associated with pregnancy after age thirty-five and the tests and screenings you may receive before and during your pregnancy.

  • The science of milk - Jonathan J. OSullivan


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    The milk industry produces in excess of 840 million tons of products each year. Why do humans drink so much milk? And given that all mammals lactate, why do we favor certain types of milk over others? Jonathan J. O’Sullivan describes how milk is made.

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  • Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy


    Drinking during pregnancy is roundly frowned upon, for good reason. It's a huge risk factor for lots of post-natal problems. But prevention can be counter intuitive. Strong prohibitions and punitive measures for pregnant women who drink mostly just have the effect of driving women away from prenatal care. We look at the literature.

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  • Why do women have periods?


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    A handful of species on Earth share a seemingly mysterious trait: a menstrual cycle. We’re one of the select few mammals on Earth that menstruate, and we also do it more than any other animal, even though it’s a waste of nutrients, and can be a physical inconvenience. So where’s the sense in this uncommon biological process? TED-Ed describes the history and evolution of menstruation.

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  • How stress affects your body - Sharon Horesh Bergquist


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    Our hard-wired stress response is designed to gives us the quick burst of heightened alertness and energy needed to perform our best. But stress isn’t all good. When activated too long or too often, stress can damage virtually every part of our body. Sharon Horesh Bergquist gives us a look at what goes on inside our body when we are chronically stressed.

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  • Pregnant Women Face Difficult Choice To Get COVID-19 Vaccines | TODAY


    A new study is sharing important findings about the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine on pregnant women and their babies. As a mom-to-be herself, NBC’s Jo Ling Kent decided to receive a vaccine as she reported on the study for TODAY.
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  • The surprisingly dramatic role of nutrition in mental health | Julia Rucklidge | TEDxChristchurch


    NOTE FROM TED: Please consult with a mental health professional and do not look to this talk for medical advice as the intersection of mental health and nutrition is still an emerging field of study. We've flagged this talk for falling outside TEDx's curatorial guidelines because it oversimplifies interpretations of legitimate studies. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. The guidelines we give TEDx organizers are described in more detail here:

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this critically important talk, clinical psychologist Julia Rucklidge explores a range of scientific research, including her own, showing the significant role played by nutrition in mental health or illness.

    Julia J Rucklidge, PhD is a Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Originally from Toronto, she did her training in neurobiology (McGill) and Clinical Psychology (University of Calgary). Her interests in nutrition and mental illness grew out of her own research showing poor outcomes for children with significant psychiatric illness despite receiving conventional treatments for their conditions. For the last 6 years, she has been investigating the role of micronutrients in the expression of mental illness, specifically ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety and more recently, stress and PTSD associated with the Canterbury earthquakes.

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  • The Surprising Health & Healing Benefits of Grounding ! Clint Ober


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    With rubber-soled shoes, rubber-tired cars, insulated homes, and being surrounded by more EMF than ever, we've never been more disconnected from the earth than we are today!

    However, by plugging back in, quite literally, either by going barefoot, or by getting grounded we can reverse the health detriments we experience when unplugged. Science shows we reduce inflammation, inflammatory disease, swelling, and eliminate many of the every-day aches and pains we've been experiencing, all by reconnecting with the earth.

    This video shows you why this is, and simple steps you can take today, to help get grounded, feel better and eliminate the inflammation that's been holding you back.

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  • The Truth About Pregnancy and COVID-19 Vaccines


    Just last week Dr. Seema Yasmin from Stanford and I answered many of your burning questions about the COVID-19 vaccines. In the comments, there were many more questions about whether the vaccine is safe for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, and whether there are risks of infertility. We heard you, which is why today I’m teaming up with @Mama Doctor Jones, OBGYN and fellow med-YouTuber to tell you everything we know and everything we don't know about how the vaccines relate to all-things pregnancy and female reproductive health. Something else you want to know? Drop a comment down below and I’ll do my best to respond!

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  • COVID Vaccination in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Individuals


    As U.S. vaccine distribution expands to include younger healthier populations, questions about vaccine safety in women of childbearing age have become more urgent. @UTSWMed's Catherine Y. Spong, MD and @Emory Healthcare's Denise J. Jamieson, MD, MPH, both eminent obstetrician/gynecologists, join JAMA's Q&A series to discuss the safety of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccination in pregnant and nursing moms, and in women trying to get pregnant. Recorded February 8, 2021.

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    3:09 Risks of COVID-19 for pregnant persons and fetuses
    6:35 Zika and pregnancy, differences from COVID-19
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    11:35 Testing for vertical transmission
    12:32 COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy
    15:50 Advice to pregnant persons about COVID-19 vaccines
    18:55 Vaccine availability across States
    20:12 Differentiating between vaccines
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    25:04 Vaccine preferences among pregnant persons
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    32:37 Excluding pregnant and lactating persons from clinical trials
    34:14 Ongoing trials
    35:36 Can vaccinated family members transmit COVID-19
    36:28 Antibodies in breastmilk
    37:10 Surprises with COVID-19 and pregnancy

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  • Finding Out Im PREGNANT + Surprising My Husband! | the east family


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  • 10 Things to Do During Pregnancy to Have an Intelligent Baby


    Heredity is an important factor that influences the intelligence of your baby. However, the environment of the developing baby is an equally important factor that has a major influence on the baby’s intelligence. The pregnant mother’s diet, fitness, and emotional state can affect the development of the baby’s brain. That being said, there are many things to do during pregnancy to have a smart baby. If you're looking for tips on how to get an intelligent baby during pregnancy, you've come to the right place! This video will answer all your questions on the care and precautions you should be taking.

    There are many things a mother-to-be can do for an intelligent baby during pregnancy; these include following a good diet, exercising, avoiding harmful chemicals, etc. Following the tips in this video during pregnancy will increase the chances of having an intelligent and healthy baby.

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    0:00 – Things to Do in Pregnancy To Have an Intelligent Baby
    0:13 – Introduction
    0:27 – Eat Healthy Food
    0:58 - Exercise
    1:12 - Eat Eggs
    1:30 – Include Folate in Your Diet
    1:56 – Include Iodine in Your Diet
    2:13 – Get Some Sunshine
    2:42 – Avoid Alcohol, Drugs, and Nocotine
    3:08 – Talk and Read to Your Baby
    3:26 – Massage Your Belly and Remail Stres-free
    3:58 – Avoid Exposure to Infections and Toxins
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  • 12 Foods That Can Cause Miscarriage in Early Pregnancy


    Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful phases in a woman’s life. Thus, it's important for pregnant women to eat a balanced and healthy diet. Expecting mothers should focus on what they eat and make sure to avoid foods that cause miscarriage in early pregnancy.

    There are certain foods that can be consumed in limited quantities, while some should be avoided altogether. If you're unsure about what foods cause miscarriage, then this video is for you. Focusing on food hygiene and its preparation is equally important. Doing so will go a long way in reducing the risk of a miscarriage.

    In case of any doubts you may have regarding the foods that you can have, and those you should avoid especially during the first trimester of pregnancy, we suggest you consult your gynaecologist and nutritionist at the earliest.


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  • Is Your Pregnancy Test Wrong? - Your Worst Fears Confirmed


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  • What makes tuberculosis the worlds most infectious killer? - Melvin Sanicas


    Learn why tuberculosis, TB, is the world’s most infectious disease and how medical advancements are improving treatment.


    In 2008, two 9,000-year old skeletons were found with their bones infected by an all too familiar bacterium. The ancient Greeks knew its effects as phthisis; the Incans called it chaky oncay; and today we call it tuberculosis, or TB. TB is still one of the world’s most infectious killers, causing more deaths than malaria or even HIV. How has it persisted for so long? Melvin Sanicas investigates.

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  • First Trimester Pregnancy Recap | Symptoms, Cravings and Essentials!


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  • Can Kiwi fruit be eaten during Pregnancy? - Ranjani Raman


    Kiwi is very important food to eat during pregnancy.It contains lots of folate which is important for development baby cells and body parts.It also contains vitamin c which is a immunity booster.It also contains anti oxidants.It also contains vitamin E which is important for brain development of baby.It also contains fiber which is important to prevent constipation.It can control blood pressure also.

  • 6 Surprising Side Effects of Atorvastatin ❤️️


    What are the most common Atorvastatin side effects? What is Atorvastatin used for? Can you have alcohol with atorvastatin?

    What does Atorvastain do?
    Atorvastatin is used to lower cholesterol. This helps to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and other related problems.

    How should you take Atorvastatin (Lipitor)?
    Take Atorvastatin regularly as directed with a glass of water. Usually one tablet at bedtime.

    What if you forget a dose?
    Take the missed dose if you remember on the same day. If not, skip the dose and carry on as normal. Do not take two doses at the same time.

    Can you take other medicines with Lipitor?
    Tell your pharmacist or doctor about all medicines or treatments that you may be taking, including vitamins, herbal products (e.g. St John's wort) or recreational drugs.

    Is there anyone who can't take Atorvastatin?
    Tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems.
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    Grapefruit, grapefruit juice or sour/Seville oranges may react with atorvastatin. Discuss with your pharmacist.

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    Do not drive or use machinery if you experience any side effects that may make it difficult to do so, such as dizziness.

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  • Woman becomes pregnant after already being pregnant | GMA


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  • Are Baby Walkers Safe? Surprising Answer!


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    Thinking about getting a baby walker? You know, those wheeled devices you plop baby into to let them walk before they are actually able to walk on their own?
    In this video, I’ll tell you why you shouldn’t click that buy button just yet.
    While the idea of a little cruising baby sounds fun, in truth, these infant walkers are NOT safe. In fact, baby walkers are banned in some countries, like Canada. Here’s why:

    1. Baby walkers increase the chance of injury
    These devices move fast—faster than any parent can react. This increases baby’s risk of falling down the stairs, pinching fingers, and reaching for things that are dangerous.
    In fact, between 1990 and 2014, there were over 200,000 injuries due to these devices. And even with new safety standards in place, there are still over 2,000 baby walker-related trips to the ER each year.
    Most injuries involve head trauma, but other common injuries include burns and poisoning, pinched fingers and toes, drowning from falling into a toilet or pool, and suffocation from the neck being compressed against the feeding tray.
    Scary right? While that should be more than enough to stop you from buying one, experts say there are other reasons to avoid baby walkers.
    2. They delay mental and motor development
    Even if these devices were safe, there is evidence that they actually don't help baby learn to walk properly. In fact, there's evidence that walkers may delay development.
    In one study, babies who used walkers learned to walk later than those who didn't use walkers.

    Another study showed similar results… where babies who used walkers sat, crawled, and walked later than a control group that didn't use baby walkers.
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    Babies who spend lots of time in baby walkers aren’t firing the right muscles. According to Pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene, baby walkers strengthen the lower legs but not the upper legs and hips, which are essential for walking. Reliance on these devices also demotivates baby's desire to move across the floor, making them less likely to bother crawling.
    Think about it this way: Time spent in these contraptions is time away from baby doing other important things like tummy time, or trying to sit up, crawl, or pull themselves up—all activities that help prepare the baby to walk independently.
    What's more? Pediatrician Dr. Emmi Pikler discovered that babies who developed naturally (i.e. weren't placed in containers like walkers) were stronger, more stable, and more confident in their movements.
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    If baby walkers aren't safe, what is? Of course, activity mats or blankets on the floor allow baby to explore their surroundings while strengthening their entire body.
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    Eat small meals throughout the day, starting before getting out of bed. Avoiding an empty stomach can prevent nausea. Eat saltine crackers 10 to 15 minutes before getting out of bed
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    Pregnant women have been included in the list of people at moderate risk (clinically vulnerable) as a precaution


    Pregnant people might be at an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 compared to non-pregnant people

    May be at increased risk for other adverse outcomes, such as preterm birth.

    Healthy pregnant women do not fall more seriously ill from COVID-19

    Healthy pregnant women do not differ in how severely they are likely to fall ill from COVID-19

    Compared with non-pregnant women.

    Community based study

    Two groups of pregnant woman

    Group 1

    4 million UK and 50,000 Swedish users

    Group 2

    1.9 million women aged 18-44 who responded to the US-based Facebook COVID symptom study

    Carnegie Mellon Delphi Research Center

    Group 1, UK and Sweden

    Self-reported health data from 14,000 pregnant women

    Of whom 629 were likely to have COVID-19 based on their symptoms

    21 were hospitalised

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    25,000 were suspected to have COVID

    600 ended up in hospital.

    Group 2, US based

    1.3 million survey responses from women

    Including nearly 42,000 pregnant

    2.9% of the pregnant respondents were suspected to have COVID-19

    compared with 4% of the non-pregnant women

    Symptoms for pregnant women, Groups 1 and 2

    Similar to non-pregnant people

    Persistent cough, headache, loss of taste or smell (anosmia), chest pain, sore throat and fatigue


    Increased incidence of gastrointestinal symptoms, nausea and vomiting

    In the group of pregnant women who became most severely ill with COVID-19

    Which could be confused with similar symptoms that are due to the pregnancy itself

    Pregnant women

    Tested more frequently for coronavirus

    No more likely to suffer severe symptoms of COVID-19

    Or be ill for longer than those who weren’t pregnant

    In the absence of any other underlying health problems

    Pregnant women with existing health conditions

    Lung, heart or kidney disease and diabetes

    More likely to end up in hospital with COVID-19

    Similar to what has been seen for comparable groups in the general population


    Virus disease, Aedes mosquitoes

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    2–7 days

    Most asymptomatic

    Microcephaly, other congenital malformations

    Preterm birth and miscarriage

    Neurologic complications, Guillain-Barré syndrome, neuropathy and myelitis

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    Manathakali keeri rasam -

    Kara pori-

    Food eat to during pregnancy-

    Maravalli kilanku chips

    Radish roti-

    Rottu kada kalan-

    Moon dal-

    Kidney stones -

    Maadi veetu thotam -

    Beetroot hallwa/cake-

    Dhisa pizza making :

    -நிரோட்டம் பார்த்தல்

    அவுல் & கள்ளமாவு வடை
    அவுல் வடை

    நாட்டுக்கோழி சிந்தாமணி

    Lemon samiya

    - attukal soup

    சிந்தாமணி சிக்கன் கிரேவி

    Tamilnadu candies, தமிழர்களின் பாரம்பரிய மிட்டாய்

    பூண்டு புளிக்குலம்பு

    புதினா இட்லி

    Nentharam pazham bajji

    paruppu urandai kalambu

    Palaya saadham bonda

    Bhel puri

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  • Food Myths During Pregnancy Busted | Hindi | GynaePedia ft. Dr Pragya


    Consuming white things like coconut water or rasgullas will make my baby fair complexioned.
    I must eat for two during pregnancy.
    Eggs, jaggery (gud) and fish are 'garam' foods and will harm my baby.
    Drinking coffee during pregnancy harms the fetus.
    Taking lot of ghee during pregnancy increases the chance of normal delivery.
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    Drinking milk after delivery will cause pus in my stitches.
    Taking turmeric or yellow things after delivery increases the risk of jaundice in newborn.
    Drinking water after childbirth causes protrusion of belly.
    After delivery, one must drink only warm water.

    A large number of Indian women go through their pregnancy with these myths. In this video, two gynaecologists have tried to help pregnant women by clarifying these myths based on scientific evidence.

    If you have any more queries/myths that you wish to clarify, you may post in the comments section, so that we can consider answering in our subsequent video on myths.

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    Botox fits your active lifestyle. There’s no downtime associated with it. Dermabrasion and chemical peels, on the other hand, require up to 10 days of recovery time.

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