Bumpology: The myth-busting pregnancy book for curious parents-to-be

From the moment she discovers she’s pregnant, every woman becomes obsessed with the life that’s developing inside her. Linda Geddes was no different, except that as a journalist writing for New Scientist, she had access to the most up-to-date scientific research. What began as a personal quest to find the truth behind headlines and information that didn’t patronise or confuse became a weekly column and is now this brilliant book, answering everything you’ve ever wondered about having a baby, from the first pregnancy symptoms to birth and through the baby’s first year.

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2 Responses to Bumpology: The myth-busting pregnancy book for curious parents-to-be

  1. catbiss says:

    A breath of fresh air Bought this book after seeng the author talk about it on breakfast television and was not disappointed.There are so any things that we are told you mustn’t do during pregnancy but have never really understood the evidence based around them ( if any) and how much there is.. The author presents the facts and size of any studies read so you are able to make your own mind up and make an informed choice about certain topics.Re the previous comments about foetal alcohol syndrome -…

  2. Claire Symonds says:

    Brilliant, non-crazy advice If you’re a first time mum-to-be you may (like me) find yourself spending hours on the internet looking for advice. Beware the internet. It is full of crazy people who will tell you all kinds of crazy things, like having a bath can give your baby infections or having sex any time after conception is morally wrong. It was a relief to find this book, in which the answers to my questions are based on scientific research rather than hysteria and hearsay – and at no time did the author refer to me…