What you can do: Avoid hairspray while pregnant. Choose nontoxic, fragrance-free personal care products.
What you can do: Avoid foods containing pesticides. Write to your federal officials, asking them to boost funding for premature birth research.
What you can do: Make stress relief part of your everyday schedule.
What you can do: Stay active while pregnant; plan sensible workouts.
What you can do: Opt for algae supplements or eat safer species of fish.
What you can do: If you’re trying to get pregnant, get rid of chemical nonstick pans, microwave popcorn bags, and clothes and bedding with fabric finishes.
What you can do: Take the correct amount of ginger 4 times daily for pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting.
What you can do: Get proper prenatal care, and practice air pollution avoidance tactics.
What you can do: Have a friend or midwife on hand who can advocate for less-traditional child-birthing methods.
What you can do: Find a hospital that supports breastfeeding infants, and keep formula out of your kitchen cabinets.