It’s about evolution; if dads aren’t around, mothers-to-be make subconscious calculations to balance their needs against those of their children.
Cesarean sections and breast feeding can have lifelong effects on a baby’s health, and researchers may have uncovered why.
Most women still give birth in hospitals, but midwives hope to change that
A California company hopes to take the needles — and risk — out of prenatal genetic testing.
He doesn’t carry the child, but a father’s prenatal anxiety may have an affect on children’s later behavior.
Sexual preference may not be written in our genes, but rather in how our genes are expressed
Babies born at below average weight are at greater risk of developmental problems, but early use of supplements may lower that risk.
It isn’t easy being pregnant, and it sure isn’t easy being a pregnant Kate Middleton.
Would you want to know if your unborn baby is at risk of autism?
It’s not our baby, and they’re not our neighbors. But we’re still evolutionarily trained to care about the royal heir-to-be
Despite innovative techniques to keep premature babies healthy, death rates and lingering health problems among extremely preterm babies remained unchanged for decades.
It’s been 35 years of DIY pregnancy testing, but the earliest versions looked very different from those available today
Explaining hyperemesis gravidarum