First the bad news....
Don't take Tylenol while Pregnant...
Fit Pregnancy, Nov/Dec 2008
Children whose moms took acetaminophen (Tylenol) during pregnancy are 70 percent more likely to exhibit wheezing, according to a study of U.S. Children in the inner city, a location that already puts them at risk for asthma. Taking the pain reliever in the third trimester seems riskiest. Acetaminophen may destroy an antioxidant that helps prevent lung damage.
~ Kim Schworm Acosta
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Meeting
Now for the Good News...
This was in Fit Pregnancy Oct/Nov 2008.
Pregnant Chocolate Lovers, Take Heart
Eating well during pregnancy needn't mean giving up your favorite candy. A Yale study found that expectant moms who ate chocolate for or more times a week had a lower risk of preeclampsia than those who ate it less than once a week. Dark chocolate, in particular, contains a substance thought to have cardiovascular benefits that help prevent pereclampsia.
As a side note I have had anemia issues this pregnancy and have found DARK chocolate is high in iron. There's even one at Aldi's that has 15% iron for the day. Just make sure you read the label. Some are as low as 6% and some as high as 15%.