There's nothing like a little morning sickness to serve as a constant reminder that you are pregnant. While there are numerous remedies on the market to curtail the effects of pregnancy-related nausea, 43 percent of LilSugar readers suffered enough to seek out medication.
A new warning from the New York City health department may have many expectant mamas searching the labels of their anti-sickness medications. Calabash chalk, an African remedy often found in shops, has been declared unsafe for expectant mamas and their unborn children. The chalk, which comes in pellet and clay forms, is often found unlabeled.