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Gemini The Twins. Gemini is a zodiacal constellation representing the twin mans Castor and Pollux. Both were mothered by Leda, and were therefore mans of Helen, but they had different mans: In one night, Leda was made pregnant both by Jupiter in the form of a swan and by her husband, the king Tyndarus of Sparta.

Aphrodite – Apollo – Ares – Artemis – Athena – Demeter – Dionysus – Hephaestus – Hera – Hermes – Poseidon – Zeus – Others home easy read HERA (HEE-ruh; Roman name Juno) was the goddess of marriage.

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Myth: Now that you are pregnant, you should be eating for two.. Fact: It is true that your nutrient needs increase, but energy requirements only increase by about 300 calories per day for the second and third trimester of pregnancy.

Myth: I can get pregnant any day of my cycle. Truth: There are only a limited number of days during a woman’s cycle when pregnancy is possible.

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Jun 20, 2011 · Alice G. Walton Contributor. I cover health, medicine, psychology and neuroscience. full bio → Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.

Huitzilopochtli, the Aztec god of war, was associated with the sun. His name, which means “hummingbird of the south,” came from the Aztec belief that the spirits of warriors killed in battle followed the sun through the sky for four years.

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Photograph by Erik Madigan Heck. The myth impacts all moms. Because they partly reflect our ideals, hospital and public-health policy are wrapped up with it.

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No, it’s not true! You can get pregnant before you have your first period, and many unplanned pregnancies happen just that way. To prevent pregnancy after you have your baby, you have to use birth control every time – even if you’re breastfeeding.