Keke Palmer announces she’s pregnant during ‘SNL’ opening monologue
During her first-ever opening monologue for “Saturday Night Live” on Dec. 3, Keke Palmer delivered a few jokes — and an announcement. The multi-hyphenate, clad in a brown trench coat, came on stage to say the rumors about her pregnancy were true.
Haylie Duff’s next project
Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., we’re joined by Hollywood actress and singer Haylie Duff. Duff is originally from Houston and lived in Hollywood for most of her life. But, recently she returned to the Lone Star state. We’ll find out about her big move back home and details about her latest movie. That’s Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life.
How to cope with depression after COVID-19 diagnosis
The pandemic has created a mental health crisis. There’s been a surge in the need for therapy sessions. And now that more people are facing a diagnosis for the first time, it’s sparking a feeling of defeat that psychologists are noticing among specific groups who catch COVID.
Anxiety, confusion, terror, relief: Giving birth in pandemic
As the pandemic stretches into a second year and economic worry persists, demographers are studying the reasons for an anticipated pandemic baby bust. Whitnee Hawthorne gave birth to her second son May 7 in a New York hospital. Like Hawthorne, Nneoma Maduike was masked when she gave birth Aug. 1 to her second child, a son, after a pregnancy filled with unknowns. My husband's a doctor and he was still going in every single day and that brought on even more anxiety." I was really concerned to be alone during a pandemic when the hospital was short-staffed.”Thirty hours after giving birth, Teich and her baby were home.
WHO says Moderna vaccine is ‘not recommended’ for pregnant women
In a status report released Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) advised against pregnant women receiving Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. WHO officials are recommending that pregnant women not get the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine unless they face a high risk of exposure, such as health workers. “While pregnancy puts women at a higher risk of severe COVID-19, the use of this vaccine in pregnant women is currently not recommended, unless they are at risk of high exposure,” the official WHO status report reads. The organization provided no further details in regards to their recommendation against pregnant women receiving the vaccine. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are limited data available on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women.
Pregnancy during the pandemic: Some doctors encourage expectant mothers to get the vaccine
HOUSTON – Starting a family during the pandemic can be challenging for pregnant women. The nursery is being worked on right now.”Trace is one of countless women across the world starting a family during the coronavirus pandemic. She encourages expectant mothers to get the vaccine before they get pregnant. “I know the last time that we spoke about the vaccine, they haven’t really done enough studies with pregnant women yet, so we are waiting on that,” Trace said. “Before you get pregnant, it’s time to get the vaccine, so you can protect yourself during your pregnancy,” Celnik said.
First-time parents expecting triplets in a remarkable double pregnancy
Oh, baby... baby... baby...After being told by a doctor that they would be unable to have children, a Pittsburgh couple is now expecting triplets in a rare double pregnancy, according to a Because of Them We Can (BOTWC) blog. “Last year, my doctors told me that I wouldn’t be able to have kids and would need surgery,” Dee wrote on Instagram. “But God said otherwise and gave us three healthy babies along with a completely healthy mother!”The parents-to-be are experiencing superfetation, an instance in which a second, new pregnancy can occur during an initial pregnancy, Healthline Parenthood explains. Despite the high-risk nature of the pregnancy, the expecting parents are hopeful of a healthy delivery. “We are believing that all three of our babies will be healthy, equal in size, and have no complications," Dee wrote on Instagram.
One Good Thing: KPRC 2 health reporter Haley Hernandez is expecting baby number 2!
Our health reporter Haley Hernandez announced Tuesday she is pregnant with baby number two! 2020 has been full of clouds ☁️ but we can see our silver lining coming in 2021 💙💗 Thanks to everyone who knew it wasn’t just the quarantine 15! 😆🤰🏻 Posted by KPRC2 Haley Hernandez on Tuesday, September 1, 2020“2020 has been full of clouds but we can see our silver lining coming in 2021,” Haley said in a Facebook post Tuesday. “Thanks to everyone who knew it wasn’t just the quarantine 15!”Her son Travis is very excited to be a big brother. Haley shared a cute photo of him in a shirt that reads, “Does this shirt make me look like a big brother?”Haley also shared a photo of her baby bump.
My pandemic pregnancy: From infertility to cancer to IVF to a 20-week scare: ‘It happened exactly how it was supposed to’
When Hillary Calhoun’s fertility doctor brought her in for a procedure and then a nurse called her just a few short business days later, asking her to come into the office immediately, the now-36-year-old had a hunch something wasn’t right.
‘Overflowing with excitement’: Social media erupts after Nicki Minaj announces pregnancy
Rapper Nicki Minaj announced Monday she and her husband Kenneth Petty are expecting. She then posted two more pictures of her and her baby bump with the most recent caption saying, “Love. Overflowing with excitement & gratitude. pic.twitter.com/TdTl34EfEr — Agron (@Agronveliu97) July 20, 2020Nicki laughing at the fact we didn’t see her baby bump in the trollz video😭 #NickiMinaj pic.twitter.com/UVMeLJ4yP1 — nickis biological son. Overflowing with excitement & gratitude.
Are you pregnant or trying for a baby? Everything to know as coronavirus pandemic continues
Whether you’re pregnant now or you were hoping to be in the next few months, this might feel like an overwhelming time, living through the current coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. Time magazine recently reported that fact in an article this week about COVID-19 and how it relates to pregnant women. Yes, pregnant women are generally more susceptible to viruses, for example, the flu. It’s true that there’s limited information and published literature about exactly how susceptible pregnant women are to COVID-19, and the severity of infection. If you’re pregnant or had been trying for a baby, stay in even better contact with your doctor or health care provider.