Magazine article Work & Family Life

Savvy New Guides to Having a Baby and Choosing Childcare

Magazine article Work & Family Life

Savvy New Guides to Having a Baby and Choosing Childcare

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What should you expect at each doctor's visit? Are you carrying multiples? What's the real scoop on labor and delivery? The Unoffical Guide to Having a Baby by Ann Douglas and John Sussman, M.D., answers these and countless other questions you may have at this time. Their no-nonsense, comprehensive guide deals with topics not usually covered such as pregnancy when you're over 40, after infertility and the latest research on prenatal and genetic testing as well as everything you ever wanted to know about breast feeding.

One of the unique features of this book and The Unoffical Guide to Child Care, also by Ann Douglas, arethe margin notes on almost every page called "Bright Ideas," "Timesavers,' "Watch Out" and "Unoffically." These provide additional insights, brief tips, comments from other moms, relevant research and interesting statistics. Both books also have extensive listings of useful resources including organizations, books and web sites. …

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