Pregnancy and COVID-19

The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a respiratory infection; an infection that mainly affects your lungs. Those who have COVID-19 can have mild or severe symptoms such as fever, cough, muscle aches, tiredness or difficulty breathing. Research is underway, but at present there is no evidence that pregnant individuals are at higher risk of severe… Continue reading Pregnancy and COVID-19

Nutrition · Pregnancy

Canada’s Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)

Congratulations on your pregnancy! This can be a joyous yet overwhelming time for you. You are probably thinking about the many physical changes happening to your body and what's going to come next. Prenatal programs can help answer your questions. Prenatal programs can provide information on: labour and birth prenatal care and services how to… Continue reading Canada’s Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)


Labour: What is it & where to learn more?

What is labour? And how do I know if I'm in labour? These are the two most common questions that I've been asked by pregnant individuals during the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP). Preparing for labour and birth is an important step during your pregnancy.  Prenatal education can help you and your support person make… Continue reading Labour: What is it & where to learn more?


Signs of labour: 3 things to watch for

As your due date approaches, you may experience some symptoms that make you wonder whether it's time to have your baby. If you are in labour, that's exciting! It means that soon enough you'll be holding your new baby in your arms. Sometimes though, what you're experiencing can be a little confusing. Here are three… Continue reading Signs of labour: 3 things to watch for