Pregnancy And Childbirth Programs
The ACOG patient page has pregnancy-related evidence-based fact sheets as well as a frequently asked questions (FAQ) section that covers many topics related to pregnancy, labor and delivery topics.
The CDC pregnancy page provides general information on health and pregnancy, as well as up-to-date recommendations on vaccines during pregnancy and the vitamin K shot for newborns.
The San Diego Blood Bank is a non-profit organization whose mission is to save lives with quality blood services in collaboration with the community.
This site provides information on the value of cord blood and information on donating cord blood to the San Diego Blood Bank.
Get safety information related to pregnancy and breastfeeding.
The mission of March of Dimes is to fight premature birth. The website provides information on a variety of prenatal, postpartum and infant-related topics.
Mother to Baby, run by the Organization of Teratology, provides evidence-based information on medications and other exposures while pregnant and breastfeeding.
This is the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s website that provides a compilation of resources for pregnant women from universities, the government and medical organizations.
Counting kicks is a simple way to monitor your baby’s well-being. Expectant parents should begin counting at the start of the third trimester. The app records how long it takes your baby to get to 10 movements, tracks changes over time, and reminds you when to count again. Why Count? Learn here.
The purpose of prematurity.org is to support parents of preemies by providing information on premature births and premature infant care.