Does pregnant women need full leave for 9 months while working in a office?
I don't think it is necessary for pregnant women stop working, unless there is something toxic closely contacted in the working enviroment which is harmful for the fetus or the women have some pregnancy complications.
by realtalk247 3 years ago
Yahoo news reported:One in 10 expectant mothers aged 18 to 44 drink alcohol during their pregnancies, and many of them binge-drink, a study released on Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found.What are your thoughts? A glass of wine was believed to be okay at one...
by reymund 9 years ago
Working is quite hard sometimes. probably, we can;t find ways how to star it and if it happens to be started, there some interfering factors that leads us to quiting or postponing the tasks. What are the things that probably the cause of delay in accomplishing your task?
by HannahRiley 6 years ago
How do you feel about pregnant women wearing 2 piece bathing suits?I think that pregnant bellys are beautiful, but some people are offended by them. Also, I think that it is acceptable for a women to wear a 2 piece bathing suit if she is in pretty good shape. (like if she could pull off a 2 piece...
by Jenny_Leigh 11 months ago
How difficult is it for a pregnant woman to sleep?If you've ever been pregnant or know someone who is/was, how difficult is it to sleep? I'm 35 weeks pregnant now and I have been finding that I can't sleep for more than a few hours at a time. I usually wake up because I'm in pain or...
by nanetteparker 6 years ago
My co-worker is in her 1st trimester of pregnancy and I noticed that sheâ��s fond of drinking coffee during our breaktime. Some of our officemates would tell her to stop drinking coffee because it might bring some negative effects to the developing fetus. However, there are also a few who...
by sharing the sky 7 years ago
Should pregnant women avoid or take extra precautions around pet ferrets just as they do cats?
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