“Teb Baby” targets people with comprehensive information about pregnancy, from conception and birth, as well as newborn information and post-pregnancy health. The section includes tools and videos about pregnancy, the developing fetus, allowed foods and forbidden foods, a pregnancy calendar, advice and more.

“Teb Baby” targets people with comprehensive information about pregnancy, from conception and birth, as well as newborn information and post-pregnancy health. The section includes tools and videos about pregnancy, the developing fetus, allowed foods and forbidden foods, a pregnancy calendar, advice and more.

The section is the first of its kind to be made available in Arabic, and is based on information from Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic

WebTeb, the leading Arabic health and lifestyle portal, announced today the launch of its pregnancy section, the first of its kind in Arabic with doctor-approved content, branded as “Teb Baby”.

“Teb Baby” targets expecting families in the Middle East and North Africa with comprehensive information about pregnancy, from conception and birth, as well as newborn information and post-pregnancy health. The section includes tools and videos about pregnancy, the developing fetus, allowed foods and forbidden foods, a pregnancy calendar, advice and more.

Launching “Teb Baby” is part of WebTeb’s commitment to improve the health and well-being of the Arabic speaking region. According to WebTeb’s data pregnancy, newborn care and conception are some of the most important information young Arab families seek.

“Teb Baby”aims to provide answers and medically backed information about many of the common questions of expecting mothers about their changing bodies, the life growing in them and care of themselves and their babies.

“Our growing user base is actively seeking information about conception, pregnancy, birth and the post partum period,”  said Dr. Mahmoud Kaiyal, Founder and CEO of WebTeb. “Our mission is to provide people with the health information they seek so they can make more informed health decisions”

 

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