Home > Parenting > Pregnancy > Nutrition Nutrition All sections in Parenting » Child » Pregnancy » Baby » Nutrition » Body » Home » First Year Antidepressants during pregnancy have their benefits According to a study, it turns out that antidepressants may lower birth complications, but increase health issues for babies. ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » Subscribe Parenting newsletter » How a woman's body changes during pregnancy Foetal development Diet tips for pregnant moms – Part III DietDoc explains why it is important that pregnant mothers get enough iron, zinc, folic acid and vitamin D – for their own health and the health of their babies. Diet tips for pregnant moms – Part II DietDoc takes a look at some of the indicators of healthy nutrition during pregnancy and best practices that lead to greater success in achieving a healthy pre-pregnancy weight. Diet tips for pregnant moms – Part I DietDoc highlights the importance of a mother-to-be's lifestyle before her baby is even conceived. Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy: Part 1 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. Malnourished baby, unhealthy adult As a mom-to-be, you may want to take extra care to follow a healthy diet, since what you eat now may determine the state of your unborn child's heart. Seafood tied to infertility Seafood has huge health benefits, but researchers are now warning that too much of a good thing can mess up your fertility. 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. Eating for two - don't overdo it! Studies have shown that excess eating and weight gain during pregnancy may put your baby at risk. Is sushi okay in pregnancy? Heavy metals, toxins and tapeworms in seafood could pose risks to pregnant women. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Dehydration at a glance What could happen in the next 37 seconds? Fifty and fabulous! There’s something newly cool about turning 50 World Thrombosis Day 2015 Live healthier World Thrombosis Day » World Thrombosis Day 2015 The next 37 seconds The dangers of blood clots Deep vein thrombosis can happen to anyone Blood clots can be deadly when they form inside arteries, especially the deep veins of the legs. Dr Ismail Shaik shares his experience. Up for grabs » Babies smell mom Partner trouble affects parenting Healthy mom-child relationship How you can win R2500 Tell us what it's like being a working mom in SA and you could win R2500 in cold, hard cash.