Nutrition During Pregnancy
30 March, 2021
When it comes to nutrition during pregnancy, you have to be careful. Your food is the main source of your baby’s growth and affects their future health.
Dr. Karyn Eilber is one of only 9% female urologists in the United States and is board certified in both Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Asma Khapra is a board certified physician in Gastroenterology and Partner at GastroHealth, Virginia Division.
Dr. Alexandra Kreps is a board certified physician and native New Yorker who loves yoga, traveling and cooking.
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Recent studies examining the toxicity of beauty products, especially the toxicity of hair dye, have had troubling results. So how dangerous are they?
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Before modern medicine, ancient cultures had their own remedies for disease. These treatments are referred to as complementary and alternative medicines.
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