Healthy mum, healthy baby: Why pregnant women should exercise, keep a clean diet

The first guidelines say that healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancies should do moderate intensity aerobic and resistance training workouts. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - For the last five months of her pregnancy, Mrs Veronica Teo had to prick her fingers at least 11 times a day.

She had to monitor her blood sugar levels every few hours, including before and after meals.

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