If you're in your first trimester (or second, or third), and morning sickness has you feeling less than enthusiastic about pregnancy, we just may have the cure for what's ailing you. Most mamas-to-be agree that calling it "morning sickness" is a misnomer, as the reality is an ongoing, all-day feeling of nausea and queasiness. With that in mind, check out these six kitchen solutions for eating and drinking your way to better days ahead.
What to Eat and Drink to Cure Morning Sickness
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