Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
Research suggests women exposed to second-hand smoke for over 10 years are at higher risk for miscarriages and stillbirths.
Nearly all women seeking an abortion– including those who viewed ultrasound images before the procedure – followed through in the health care termination.
Mothers-to-be who drank about a bottle of wine a month had the most well adjusted children.
There are steep declines in pregnancy rates for teens and overall declines for women in all age and race groups.
Emory University’s medical school has announced a new counseling service to provide information about pregnancy and early motherhood.
A team of scientists learned that women who suffer from asthma might have more trouble getting pregnant than women who do not.
The way some women are choosing to make extra cash is raising eyebrows, and it could open them up to civil or criminal liabilities.
A woman who is eight months pregnant battled a 226-pound swordfish while fishing in the Gulf of Mexico before finally reeling in the giant fish.
In addition to issues relating to the birth and first weeks of life for the child in regards to health, a new study had found that smoking during pregnancy could have longer-lasting effects on how the child behaves as well.