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While the Family and Medical Leave Act grants many parents up to 12 weeks of time off to spend at home with their new child, there is no guarantee that time will be paid. In fact, only 12 percent of private sector workers get a paid parental leave, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Going [...]
After an unexpected pregnancy nearly killed Helen Denise, the New Jersey-based woman came up with a plan to help other women avoid a similar situation, while also assisting those who were trying to get pregnant: an at-home ovulation testing kit that uses saliva, rather than urine. Denise, CEO of HiLin Life Products and creator of KNOWHEN, [...]
Natalia Lusinski Nov 23 2016 With Donald Trump as the president-elect, many women are wondering what that means for them and their birth control. Should they rush out and get an IUD (some of which can last up to 12 years) or an implant (which can last three years)? In speaking to several OB/GYNs, the consensus [...]
Erica Loop Tue Nov 29 2016 Now that you’re a soon-to-be mama, your BFFs are constantly sending you FB links to “totally true” baby sex predictor tests. You just read that if you mix baking soda with your own pee (yes, people actually do this) and it fizzes, you are def having a boy. Um, really? [...]
Natalia Lusinski Nov 21 2016 With Donald Trump becoming the U.S. president-elect, you may be wondering what that means for you and your birth control. Even though a lot of people are freaking out about what they’ll do if certain birth control methods are governed, Trump is not president yet. There are long-term birth control solutions [...]