Jalene and Lincoln Taylor of Salt Lake City put together the video with the help of a friend and wrote the lyrics themselves, according to ABC News affiliate WHAS-11 . The video features the couple, renamed Jalincoln, rapping that they have too much swag for just two of us, and that theyre overjoyed about a bun in the oven. They said they had difficulty conceiving and wanted to celebrate their news in a fun and different way. I am a photographer here in Utah and I see a lot of cheesy pregnancy announcements, Jalene Taylor told KSL-TV. That never felt like me. While the video was simply intended as a fun way to reveal the news to family and friends, it quickly went viral. More than 175,000 people had viewed the video by Sunday.
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Pregnancy Discrimination ‘Must Be Tackled’
In fact, more than half of all pregnant women report having symptoms of severe heartburn during their second and third trimesters. Heartburn often occurs during pregnancy because of the change in hormone levels. An increase in the hormone progesterone relaxes the stomach valve that keeps acid out of the esophagus. Its important for you to remember that antacids can interfere with the absorption of certain vitamins like iron, which is essential during pregnancy, because it aids in the production of hemoglobin used to carry oxygen to the placenta. There are two types of heartburn drugs; one kind neutralizes acid, and the other kind decreases acid production.
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Are heartburn medications safe during pregnancy?
Experts will investigate employers’ practices towards workers who are pregnant or on maternity leave, and these employees’ experiences. Mr Hammond said: “It is very concerning that in 2013 a number of women are still being disadvantaged in the workplace just because they are pregnant. “That would be unlawful discrimination and needs to be tackled. “We will look at existing research, gather new evidence and carry out our expert analysis to establish the extent of the problem and advise on how best it can to be addressed.” Campaigners said discrimination had been on the rise during the economic downturn as businesses have struggled to cope with a difficult financial climate. Rosalind Bragg, director of charity Maternity Action, said: “It is important that the Government does not weaken the law on pregnancy discrimination but instead focuses on employer compliance.
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