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March of Dimes Team Youth is an excellent opportunity for teens to be get involved. The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve infant health, prevent diseases, and premature birth.

March of Dimes Team Youth is an excellent opportunity for teens to be get involved. The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve infant health, prevent diseases, and premature birth.

▶ The Core Breath for better pelvic floor and abdominal function - YouTube

▶ The Core Breath for better pelvic floor and abdominal function - YouTube

The University of Pennsylvania Health System provides nearly 200 video animations and explanations of injuries, diseases, and body systems.

The University of Pennsylvania Health System provides nearly 200 video animations and explanations of injuries, diseases, and body systems.

Welcome to the club of new mothers. A club, in which you need to take the bitter with the sweet. It is a truly fantastic experience to become a mother, but unfortunately it often includes a number of physical effects that may be tedious and painful, as well as obstructive in your daily life.

Welcome to the club of new mothers. A club, in which you need to take the bitter with the sweet. It is a truly fantastic experience to become a mother, but unfortunately it often includes a number of physical effects that may be tedious and painful, as well as obstructive in your daily life.

Dr. Bruce Crawford, far right, a urogynecologist from Nevada, watches while Jody Strik, manager of Work Fit Total Therapy Centre,  left, and Christina Daly, physiotherapist, demonstrate a lunging exercise. Crawford created Pfilates, exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to combat disorders such as incontinence. - BERNARD WEIL/Toronto Star

Pelvic Floor Disorders: Doctor designs Pfilates, exercises for pelvic floor muscles

Dr. Bruce Crawford, far right, a urogynecologist from Nevada, watches while Jody Strik, manager of Work Fit Total Therapy Centre, left, and Christina Daly, physiotherapist, demonstrate a lunging exercise. Crawford created Pfilates, exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to combat disorders such as incontinence. - BERNARD WEIL/Toronto Star

More Evidence Prenatal Folic Acid May Lower Autism Risk

More Evidence Prenatal Folic Acid May Lower Autism Risk

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