51. The presence of the bacteria Helicobacter pylori in the : 1400843.
51. The presence of the bacteria Helicobacter pylori in the digestive tract has been associated with the occurrence of morning sickness in pregnant women.
52. In general, morning sickness is very harmful to the pregnant woman and steps should be taken to overcome it.
53. The consumption of natural botanicals such as herbal teas does not pose any health risk to the pregnant mother or her unborn child.
54. The overall weight gain for all women is the same during pregnancy and does not depend on each woman’s prepregnancy weight.
55. Consumption of sugar substitutes during pregnancy is not harmful as long as it falls within the limits set by the FDA’s acceptable daily intake.
56. Simple physical exercise by the mother during the second and third trimesters may be harmful to the fetus.
57. Women with gestational diabetes are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
58. Some swelling of the feet and ankles is normal during pregnancy.
59. Breast-feeding can help a woman lose excess weight and return to her prepregnancy weight.
60. An advantage that formula has over breast milk is that one can choose appropriate formulas depending on the stage of development of the child, whereas breast milk composition remains unchanged.