This article written by Cornelia Powers and published in The Cut discusses common misconceptions surrounding exercise during pregnancy and provides guidance on safe and beneficial practices. The article, featuring Dr. Francine Darroch, emphasizes that exercise is generally safe for pregnant women and can have numerous benefits, including improved mood, energy levels, and overall health. The article debunks myths such as the idea that exercise can cause miscarriage and advises pregnant individuals to listen to their bodies, stay hydrated, and choose low-impact activities. Additionally, it highlights the importance of consulting with a healthcare provider before starting or continuing an exercise routine during pregnancy.

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