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While we might joke that chocolate is a lifesaver, but it actually is! A new study from Yale University found that pregnant women who eat chocolate every day dramatically reduce the risk of preeclampsia, a disorder that raises a pregnant woman’s blood pressure, causes premature births, and can result in death. But thereâ€™s also hope for those without a bun in the oven — the treats contain theobromine, which helps with persistent coughing. Hacking up a lung never sounded so sweet! [Daily Mail]
According to Us Weekly, that is. Isn’t it amazing how so many people in Hollywood can’t seem to figure out how to put on a condom properly? Papa Joe must be freaking out.
UPDATE: Pete Wentz is denying that his fiancee is knocked up, saying, “There is a witch hunt for people to be pregnant whenever they get engaged in Hollywood. This is all news to me. I can’t wait for the story about how I’m really in a gay relationship and this is all just a cover. â€¦ I mean really, this is crazy. â€¦ I mean were engaged, that’s true, and happy about it.” [Perez Hilton] Keep reading »
Uh, I think I might be pregnant. What are the earliest signs of pregnancy? How soon after conception will a home pregnancy test work? — Bun In The Oven?, Burlington, VT
The # 1 sign of pregnancy is a missed period. It might sound super obvious, but unless women are on the pill they can sometimes miscalculate their period and not recognize when they’re late. Other early symptoms include breast tenderness, darker areolas, morning sickness (aka vomiting or nausea), strong aversions to smells and foods, general fatigue, low back pain, constipation, and frequent urination. Keep reading »
As if we already didn’t know that famous people are allergic to birth control and condoms, the New York Daily News is reporting that Beyonce may be pregnant with Jay-Z’s love child and that may explain why they rushed to wed this past weekend. B’s sister Solange famously did the same when she married her now ex-hubby after she got knocked up. Fertile ovaries run in the family! [NY Daily News] Keep reading »