Things We’ve Read: Week of Nov. 11th, 2013

Pregnant mothers who exercise boost babies’ brains, claim researchers (The Guardian): The babies born to mothers who were physically active during pregnancy are found to have more mature cerebral activation as early as 12 days after birth.

Staying in the Game (WellRounded NY): Thinking of leaving your job once the baby arrives? Here are 3 great tips for staying relevant while out of the workforce.

BPA may affect sperm quality (Environmental Health News): BPA is a family issue. Men with higher BPA levels were more likely to have poorer sperm quality.

Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life (Discover Magazine): Ever heard of TILT? Interesting article about about chemical sensitivity and the disorders we might develop due to extreme chemical exposure.

Don’t Ever Apologize for being a Good Parent (Fast Company): Read about this important lesson, as well as more advice from the author for hard-working women.