Pregnancy

Tanner Women's Care
From gynecology and pregnancy care to menopause and bone health, and from beautifully designed centers to the region's finest physicians, the Tanner Women's Care website offers access to the most remarkable care and individualized attention.

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Pregnant? Tanner Has an App (and More) for That
Finding out you’re pregnant is exciting, but it can become overwhelming — especially for first-time moms. Tanner Women’s Care offers a variety of resources that will help prepare for childbirth and life as a parent.

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Hey, Baby! Mom and Baby Fair is Aug. 25
Expecting? Thinking about starting — or growing — your family? See what west Georgia and east Alabama have to offer at Tanner's Hey, Baby! Mom and Baby Fair. Enjoy tours of Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton’s new NICU, grab some giveaways and door prizes, get to know area vendors, meet physicians from Tanner’s medical staff — including OB/GYNs, pediatricians and neonatologists —participate in education sessions and more!

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Why Breastfeeding Matters
It’s National Breastfeeding Month and the World Health Organization (WHO) has set a target to increase the breastfeeding rate by 50 percent by 2025. Help them reach their goal by sharing this infographic about the benefits of breastfeeding and supporting policies for mothers.
 
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Pregnancy

Today's young mothers-to-be may be more likely to develop depression while pregnant than their own mothers were, a new study suggests.

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Pregnancy

Taking vitamin D supplements does not reduce the risk of pregnancy-related high blood pressure or pre-eclampsia, a new study finds.

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Pregnancy

A two-drug combination is more effective than a single drug for women suffering miscarriage, a new study finds.

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Researchers have developed a blood test that can predict a pregnant woman's risk of preterm delivery with up to 80 percent accuracy.

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Many first-time mothers have mistaken ideas about managing the pain of childbirth, a new survey reveals.

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