Credit: aylor Hill/FilmMagic Set two extra places at the table, because Kim Zolciak is having twins! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star will be having not one, but two bundles of joy with her fifth pregnancy, a source confirms to Us Weekly (E! was the first to break the news ). “Kim is having a lot of anxiety about her pregnancy, she’s completely changed her ways,” the source tells Us. “She’s reached out to some nutritionists and other specialists about staying healthy as of recent.” PHOTOS: What celebs love about motherhood Earlier this year, the reality star — who is already mother to sons KJ, 2, and Kash, 12 months, with husband Kroy Biermann, as well as daughters Brielle, 16, and Ariana, 12, from a previous relationship — shared a photo of her very pregnant belly in sweats, captioning the snap, “You asked for it here is my baby bump this morning!” Zolciak confirmed the pregnancy during a June 25 episode of her Bravo spinoff series Don’t Be Tardy after Us Weekly first broke the news earlier that month.
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Midwife-led care may deliver better outcomes for moms and babies: report
In addition to being happier with the care they received, these women were also less likely to give birth prematurely, had fewer epidurals and fewer episiotomies (a surgical incision made to prevent vaginal tearing). RELATED: CHILDBIRTH COACHES ARE MAKING A COMEBACK The researchers, who hailed from King’s College London, Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Warwick and National University of Ireland, Galway, examined data from 13 trials involving more than 16,000 women. Their findings were published in The Cochrane Library. Lead researcher Jane Sandall recommended that expecting mothers should be offered this kind of care unless they have serious medical or obstetric complications.
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