A new study finds that the longer a woman temps, the less likely she is to have kids.
Infants were better able to process repeated sounds, showing a maturity of brain function
For six consecutive years, the U.S. has successfully lowered the rate of preterm births, to 11.5%. But that still falls short of the March of Dimes goal.
Figuring out when a pregnancy is “term” should become a little easier, thanks to new criteria released by obstetricians and gynecologists (OB-GYNs).
The average age of women who used donor eggs in 2010 was 41
Methods like IVF have brought 2.5 million babies into the world in the last six years alone
Mom-to-be says she’s “excited” to be expecting twin girls despite having second ovary removed seven years ago
For more than 30 years, DIY pregnancy tests have been the first hint for women about whether or not they are expecting. And now they may also have the power to reveal how far along the pregnancy is.
A new study solidifies the connection between breast-feeding and intelligence, but it’s not the only way that mom can influence youngsters’ IQ, even before birth.
A test for six antibodies in an expectant mom’s blood may predict with more than 99% certainty which children are at highest risk of developing autism.
It turns out that it does matter what time of year you’re born — at least when it comes to your health.
Exposure to cigarette smoke in the womb may interfere with the brain‘s reward system, and make children more vulnerable to addictions.
Congressman Michael Burgess says yes, but the science isn’t as clear.