Joey Fatone's Post-Pregnancy Single and More Pregnancy News

Cynthia Dermody
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Babies inspire music, being bummed with the bump, and crazy things moms tell us. Here's a quick rundown of pregnancy news across the web:

  • Having a baby does amazing things to a person. In Joey Fatone's case, it helped him compose music again. The former *NSYNC singer's latest single, "Radio," is the first after his wife's high-risk pregnancy. She developed blood clots in her lungs that upped the risk of chromosomal abnormalities in the baby. -- PopEater
  • You've heard of postpartum depression, but what about pre-partum depression? It's a condition that affects 10- to 20-percent of all pregnant women, and it's at the center of the debate about whether expectant moms should take antidepressants. Moms who drugged up during pregnancy speak out. -- Parent Dish
  • Pregnant women are more likely to heed advice from their mothers than their doctors, according to a new study in the UK. This could be good and bad. As we all know from being on CafeMom, real moms are the best experts when it comes to parenting, but that doesn't mean all their advice is sound. Like the grandma who says you should drink lots of caffeinated tea because it relieved her morning sickness. Gotta get all sides. -- C Health
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