PregnancyYour Body, Your Mind: Caring for Yourself After Pregnancy Loss
Materials for women whose pregnancy did not result in an infant to take home from the hospital. Covers nutrition, physical activity, suppressing lactation, emotional health, when to seek professional help, and a list of national resources.
Tips for Pregnant Moms in English and Spanish (PDF | 1.5 MB)
USDA. Food and Nutrition Service.
Based on MyPlate. Includes a daily meal plan and tips for healthy eating and physical activity during pregnancy.
Oral Health Education Materials
Materials designed to help improve oral health literacy and highlight oral health tips for expectant mothers and parents of young children.
DHHS. FDA. Office of Women's Health.
Pregnancy registry studies collect information from women to help learn about the effects of medication use during pregnancy.
Food Safety for Pregnant Women
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Booklet with tips and guidance for food safety during pregnancy. Includes tips for eating out, transporting food and shopping for food.
USDA. WIC Works Resource System.
The WIC Program is pleased to be a partner in the Text4baby initiative. By distributing text4baby information to WIC offices, it serves to promote the program to individuals working directly with mothers and families.
Food Safety for Moms-To-Be
DHHS. FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
Food safety information for before, during and after pregnancy. Tools for educators and health professionals.