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Knowing what to look out for during your pregnancy and what to avoid can help provide your baby with the nutrition needs for healthy development.

Vaccinations in Pregnancy: Vaccinations are the most important thing that you can do to protect yourself and your baby against harmful infectious diseases.  

Pregnancy-Related Health Issues: Taking care of yourself is important. Existing health conditions should be discussed with your GP alongside potential pregnancy-related health issues.

Smoking and Other Drugs in Pregnancy: Smoking is one of the most preventable risk factors that can cause pregnancy complications. Find support services to help quit smoking or substance use.

Alcohol and Pregnancy: There is no safe level of alcohol use during pregnancy. Knowing the risk of alcohol consumption and tips to stay alcohol-free can be helpful for both you and your partner.

Maternity Care Options: Knowing where to start your health care journey when or during your pregnancy can be overwhelming. Find an appropriate service near you to meet your needs.

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Smoking during pregnancy is the most common preventable risk factor that causes pregnancy complications.

There is no safe level of alcohol use during pregnancy.