Fit Pregnancy

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Fit Pregnancy
Editor-in-Chief Peg Moline
Frequency Bimonthly
Total circulation
(December 2011)
First issue  1993 (1993-month)
Final issue April 2015 (print)
Company Meredith
Country  United States
Based in New York City
Language English
ISSN 1079-3615

Fit Pregnancy is a Web site for pregnant women and new mothers.


Fit Pregnancy was founded as a magazine in 1993 by Weider Publications as a spin-off of Shape Magazine. Weider Publications was acquired by American Media, Inc. in November 2002. In 2015, Fit Pregnancy was acquired by Meredith, who closed its print edition.[2]

Peg Moline is the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief.[3]

Fit Pregnancy offers advice and health information from OB/GYNs and Pediatricians, such as Dr. Jay Gordon,[4] Dr. Michel Cohen,[5] and's Ask the Labor Nurse blogger Jeanne Faulkner.[6]

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.


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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