San Diego, California (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Healthynewage.com, an authority on alternative and mainstream health has added an exciting new addition to it’s main site, which will focus on pregnancy. The new pregnancy portal is not aimed at replacing valuable advice that patients should receive from their Doctor, but aimed at increasing general knowledge and awareness in particular for first time pregnancies and but also for loved ones and others with an interest to gain a deeper understanding.
A fully inclusive portal was created to help users from around the world answer their questions about this rather special event. Whilst very much user orientated, the expert sections will include the following:
Signs and symptoms of pregnancy: For all those users who wake up early in the morning or at irregular times wondering about the relevant signs a complete guide will be available. This includes early pregnancy advice.
Stages of pregnancy: For those who are excited about tracking each phase a pregnancy, users can be in the know as to what is currently happening and what to expect next. This section will also help users understand and use a pregnancy calculator.
Patients who turn to the internet as a first source of medical advice are reminded that websites does not replace the essential advise that should be provided by a doctor in person. Two examples of where the site helps users understand the need to seek further medical advice in cases of pregnancy can be seen in recent releases named “risks associated with premature birth” and “5 pregnancy signs your doctor needs to know about”.
Healthynewage is also increasing it’s contribution towards pregnancy nutrition information, which is an exciting developmental area to watch. Here readers can learn about correcting iron deficiency during pregnancy and even explore yoga for pregnant mothers.
Dr. Mark Mitchelson from Australia, a regular contributor to HealthyNewAge had this message for it’s readers: “ As we see more questions from our readers regarding pregnancy, we are pleased to share the kind of information they will find useful. Whether it is a first pregnancy or not, patients always have more questions in addition to what they already asked their physician, and that is what makes this medical website so useful to it’s readers – the fact that broader questions are being discussed.”
As one of the web’s favourite resources on health, Healthynewage provide users with a broad spectrum of advice which ranges from fitness, weight loss and many more. Recently the site branched out from Alternative health to focus on more conventional western practices. To read, contribute or interact with the site, visit http://www.healthynewage.com or follow us on Twitter.