pregnant bellyMorning sickness. It can happen to anyone. Just ask Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, who's currently in the hospital with hyperemesis gravidarum (extreme morning sickness). Although you're getting a seriously good prize at the end of those nine months, hovering over a toilet bowl -- hell, even mild queasiness -- is no walk in the park. But there are some cures that can help you out a bit. If you're currently pregnant, and experiencing normal morning sickness, try one of these remedies. And hey, congrats.

 

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