Exercise During Pregnancy Regular exercise, with the approval of your physician, can often help to minimize the physical discomforts of pregnancy and help with the recovery after the baby is born.
Are you pregnant? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a research study which evaluates how diet during pregnancy can benefit pregnancy and pregnancy outcome, such as your baby’s weight.
Premature Birth: Managing Risk Factors Do you know the risk factors for premature delivery? Find out what they are and what you can do to lower your risk.
What does a safe sleep environment look like? To reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death, place your baby on his or her back to sleep for naps and at night and use these tips to create your baby's sleep space.
View our Labor and Delivery Video Tour Walk through the hospital and see the personal care you can expect to receive. When you choose us for your delivery, you are choosing an exceptional experience, one that you can only get at a place that is dedicated to the care of women and infants.
Is It Worth It? If your physician recommends inducing labor, take the time to learn what this really means to your baby and your body. Learn why it’s important to mother and baby’s health to wait until at least 39 weeks of pregnancy to deliver if the mother or child’s health is not in danger.
Mother/Baby Partners With Mayor Kip Holden’s Healthy City Initiative We are honored and excited to participate in the HealthyBR Initiative to promote healthy nutrition and active living across Baton Rouge.