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Hope Ricciotti, MD

Dr. Ricciotti is a practicing clinician and an Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She also practices at the Dimock Community Center of Boston. She has written books on women's health, pregnancy, and nutrition. She has special expertise in reproductive health, nutrition, and management of menopause. Dr. Ricciotti is an active participant in a gender-specific online health education movement called "Embracing Women's Health". She is well-known for her caring approach combined with her up-to-date, science-based treatment -- and leadership -- of women's health issues.

I'm Pregnant! Now What Do I Eat?


Give your baby the best possible start in life with this practical guide to key nutrients, foods to avoid, snacks to satisfy cravings, tips to help reduce morning sickness, and more.  Over 60 no-fussm delicious recipes for optimum health, with daily menu plans, and inspirational ideas for snacks, breackfasts, and lunches on the go.

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The Real Life Body Book: A Young Woman's Complete Guide to Health and Wellness (and Monique Doyle Spencer)


When you have questions about your health, you want answers from a trustworthy source. In The Real Life Body Book, a Harvard ob-gyn has joined forces with a humor writer to explain the full range of health issues facing young women today. This comprehensive and authoritative guide focuses on whole body wellness and prevention, from the skin (acne, piercing, tattooing) and the head (mental health, hormones, stress) to the bones, heart, and stomach (diet and digestion), plus sex and reproductive wellness.


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