Morning sickness serves a purpose

Korte, Diana
December 1995
Mothering;Winter95, Issue 77, p20
Gives suggestion on how to deal with morning sickness without the use of medication. Includes eating frequent small meals; Avoiding nausea-triggering smells; Wearing wristbands; Theories on the cause of morning sickness.


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