Home > Parenting > Pregnancy > Nutrition Nutrition All sections in Parenting » Child » Pregnancy Nausea, vomiting during pregnancy: Part 2 Good news for all moms-to-be: Researchers have finally started to investigate nausea and vomiting of pregnancy and have made suggestions regarding treatment. DietDoc takes a look. TALK Parenting forum » ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » How a woman's body changes during pregnancy Foetal development Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy (NVP) are among the most negative aspects of expecting a baby. A small number of women experience NVP during the entire 9 months, says DietDoc. Eating for two - don't overdo it! The "eating for two" habit is adopted by many pregnant women - but is it really a good idea? Studies have shown that excess eating and weight gain may put your baby at risk. Malnourished baby, unhealthy adult Mom-to-be? Then take extra care to follow a healthy diet: what you eat now may determine whether your child may eventually develop heart disease, obesity or diabetes. “ Latest comment on Health24 Goldie Saturnz says... Olivia, these people just know how to complain on internet forums. They too lazy to hold government to account thinking voting (or not voting) every five years is supposed to be... Load shedding is your fault too ” load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Recovery after exercise is an essential part of any workout What is Metabolic Syndrome? Could you have it? Eyecare for computer users Treet-It Anti-Lice aiding schools in the prevention of Head Lice Live healthier Down hill? » Argus Cycle Tour Celebrities who masturbate Can't get it up? Erectile dysfunction and the cyclist Does cycling cause erectile dysfunction? Some urologists seem to think so. Fitness fuel » Banned substances Sport and nutrition Exercise myths busted Are there any 'safe' sports supplements? Sportsmen and -women need to be super vigilant when they take any medication or supplement. Just one wrong step can ruin a promising career, DietDoc warns.