Stop pre-eclampsiaMay is Pre-eclampsia Awareness Month, a time of mourning for many who have lost their loved ones in childbirth or shortly thereafter. The old-fashioned term is toxemia and includes a combination of high blood pressure after 20 weeks, swollen ankles or feet, blurry vision and protein in the urine. My good friends at the Pre-Eclampsia Foundation are fighting the good fight to try and reduce the occurrence of pre-eclampsia and increase the awareness of what to look for. I am proud to show you the great work they’ve done through this very information video.

A picture’s worth 1,000 words.” Enjoy and please spread the word.