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American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
The AAP’s website has information for professionals, as well as a parenting corner with information for parents on child and infant care. Parents can browse an alphabetical list of topics or search by age.
This is a nonprofit organization that works to improve maternity care. The website provides information on pregnancy, labor and delivery, as well as effective pregnancy care and the rights of pregnant women.
The goal of Lamaze classes is to increase women's confidence in their ability to give birth. The website has information for new and expectant parents, professionals, and a Lamaze educator search function.
This website from the American Association of Clinical Chemistry is designed to help patients understand clinical laboratory tests. This section of the website describes laboratory tests related to pregnancy.
From the National Library of Medicine, this site for consumers includes information on pregnancy-related topics, and also includes links to other MedlinePlus pages on childbirth, high risk pregnancy, and prenatal care.