KidsWorldMD added the "Due Date Calculator", to its website
April 23, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsKidsWorldMD.com has added the Due Date Calculator to assist new and expectant parents to predict the date of arrival of their precious newborn. Many mothers are opting to delaying having children, and some are marrying later as they establish their careers. For many, the wait decreases their fertility years and chances of getting pregnant. So, when these new mothers have made plan to start their families, they want to know as soon as possible when they get pregnant and when to expect the baby. They want to share the joyful news with their loved ones and make preparations for the baby.
KidsWorldMD.com is an available resource and can be accessed on computers, tablets, and smart phones any time of day or night. The new parents don't have to wait until they can get an appointment and take off work to predict the expected date of delivery. They can get the information spontaneously and can validate the date of delivery with their physician at their prenatal appointment. The Due Date Calculator is fast and accurate, but is not meant to replace the calculations given by the physician or medical staff. http://kidsworldmd.com/calculators/ctid/41/cid/DueDateCalc
How simple is that? The only information that the pregnant mother needs to know is the first day of her last menstraul cycle. This information is entered or submitted and the estimated date of delivery is calculated. KidsWorldMD.com believes in making health information as simple and accurate as possible. http://kidsworldmd.com/index.php
KidsWorldMD.com is a leading, physician-run website serving parents, physicians, and other healthcare professionals with real time access to up-to-the -date health news, videos and podcasts, as well as comprehensive care guides, healthcare charts, assessments, a drug interaction checker, a symptom checker and textbook disease information. This information is offered through online media and mobile platforms in addition to child and pregnancy focused health newsletters.