LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) — The gruesome case of a Colorado woman accused of cutting open the belly of a pregnant woman and removing her unborn baby girl is reviving the highly-charged debate over when a…
WASHINGTON — We have long heard about the dangers of alcohol and pregnancy, but some prescription-strength pain or cough medications can also damage an unborn child. The problem is there is not enough public awareness…
Obese women take on a huge medical challenge when they become pregnant. They are more apt to have complications, and a new study indicates their newborns may be far more likely to die.
A new study by the University of Michigan finds that certain chemicals could be a contributing cause of pre-term births.
A new study has found that pregnant have an unusually strong response to the flu virus, which explain why they become sicker than other adults.
UPS has maintained its policy is \”pregnancy neutral,\” but Lorton resident Peggy Young appealed to the Supreme Court, and the high court has agreed to hear her case in December.
\”What were you thinking?\” That\’s what an articulate little boy asked his mother when she revealed her pregnancy.
One woman is standing up in defense of her stretch marks, calling them battle scars after giving birth to five children.
It\’s well known know how important it is for pregnant women to stop
drinking, but now there are signs it may be a good idea for would-be dads to quit
Whoever said a picture is worth a thousand words didn\’t take Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith into account.
A healthy baby – that\’s what pregnant moms want most. How to get what they need depends on what moms eat.
Are you expecting? Congratulations! … Now lace up those shoes. It\’s time to get to work!
Hypnobirthing, a meditative style of birthing, has received a flurry of media
attention ever since reports surfaced that Duchess of
Cambridge Kate Middleton is considering the childbirth method for her first baby,
due this July.
Rebecca Salsbury, 31, has less than one month to go before she becomes a mother. She plans to readjust her work-life balance when the time comes, but so far her pregnancy has meant little professional change at the private law firm in Baltimore where she\’s an associate.
The case of a Maryland UPS driver is providing a
legal backdrop to efforts by state lawmakers to
aid pregnant women in the workplace.