Fit Pregnancy

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Fit Pregnancy
Editor-in-Chief Peg Moline
Frequency Bimonthly
Total circulation
(December 2011)
503,577[1]
First issue  1993 (1993-month)
Company Woodland Hills, California
Country  United States
Based in New York City
Language English
Website www.fitpregnancy.com
ISSN 1079-3615

Fit Pregnancy is a magazine and Web site for pregnant women and new mothers, published six times a year.

History[edit]

Fit Pregnancy was founded in 1993 by Weider Publications as a spin-off of Shape Magazine. Weider Publications was acquired by American Media, Inc. in November 2002.

David Pecker is the Chairman and CEO of the company, whose headquarters are in New York City Manhattan. Peg Moline is the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief.[2]

Fit Pregnancy offers advice and health information from OB/GYNs and Pediatricians, such as Dr. Jay Gordon,[3] Dr. Michel Cohen,[4] and FitPregnancy.com's Ask the Labor Nurse blogger Jeanne Faulkner.[5]

Fit Pregnancy's annual feature on The Best Cities to Have a Baby has been regularly featured on the NBC program Today. The magazine encourages breastfeeding, fitness, and regularly features a column on Environmentalism.

Awards[edit]

Magazine excellence:

Famous pregnancies[edit]

Celebrity pregnancies which have been featured in the magazine include: Jessica Alba, Gabrielle Reece, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Brooke Burke, Lara Spencer, Cindy Crawford, Alex Kingston, Ming-Na, Kelli Williams, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Jane Kaczmarek, Ana Gasteyer, Jenny McCarthy, Toni Braxton, Catherine Bell, Christa Miller Lawrence, Kimora Lee Simmons, Rachel Griffiths, Denise Richards, Kathryn Sansone, and Chynna Phillips.

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