The only thing pregnant women hate more than forced temporary sobriety is forced small talk with strangers but it seems that as long as there are pregnancies, there will be strangers demanding to know all about them.
Dealing with the information overload that comes with pregnancy and babies is a topic the British science writer Linda Geddes knows well. Her new book, Bumpology: The Myth-Busting Pregnancy Book for Curious Parents-to-be (Bantam Press), aims to cut through the glut of research and equip expecting parents with the necessary knowledge to make their own decisions. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/many-myths-born-of-pregnancy-20130206-2dyzn.html#ixzz2KBLgwtcy
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