It has long been known that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can harm a baby. Now researchers are going even further with how dangerous alcohol can be for newborns and saying abuse of alcohol even prior to pregnancy may harm babies.
5 Inexpensive Clothes And Shoes For Pregnant Women That Transition Fantastically to Mommyhood for Under $50
We found the most stylish, functional and inexpensive shoes and clothes for pregnant women for under $50 dollars.
When looking for the best shoe options for pregnant women, it’s not easy to find a shoe that does it all, especially when you’re well, expanding.
Pro-choice and pro-life are emotional enigmas that have been hovering over people for a long time. Now doctors are being unfairly thrown into the fray – their professional standards compromised.
Abortion: Two Sides With Painfully Correct Reasons
New studies have come out with surprising details on things that can make you infertile! You'll be surprised to learn that you've probably worked or performed one of these infertility-causing jobs or chores.
You've probably read horror stories and lawsuits about FDA-approved pharmaceuticals that end up causing infertility after a while.
Antidepressant use can be risky to unborn babies. New research from Canada highlights the dangers of antidepressants taken during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
A Université de Montréal study in the British Medical Journal shows birth defects are associated with taking antidepressants during pregnancy.
A London gynecologist developed a new fertility treatment that can give young girls a miracle later on in life.
Sara Matthews, a revolutionary gynecologists practicing in the U.K., has just successfully given her patient, Moaza Al Matrooshi, a son using her revolutionary fertility treatment.
Researchers have come up with a novel way to help couples conceive using spermbots. Tiny magnets attached to sperm may be a future way to help increase a a couple's chance of conceiving.. Watch a video of the little guys working.
What is a spermbot?
A new study has found that children whose mothers were overweight or obese before pregnancy, or whose mothers gained too much weight during pregnancy, are at an increased risk of being obese themselves.
The study included 727 Dominican and black mothers in the South Bronx and northern Manhattan.
A widely available dietary supplement that had been considered safe — and that some claim provides anti-aging and other health benefits — caused significant developmental abnormalities in the pancr
In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week on April 20-26, the physician team at Fertility Centers of Illinois shares the seven biggest fertility misconceptions they hear in their offices. These misconceptions align with recent national study results from Fertility & Sterility, where results showed that one-third of women didn’t understand the adverse effects of obesity on infertility and 40 percent were not familiar with the ovulatory cycle.
Couples trying to conceive a child are often told “Relax, it will happen when you aren’t expecting it.” There is some truth to those words. A study finds that women with high stress levels may be up to twice as likely to experience long-term infertility.
Exposure of to second-hand smoke during pregnancy can cause very serious negative health consequences for the unborn child. Women who are pregnant are generally counseled about how important it is to eat well and to avoid toxins such as cigarette smoke and alcohol. It would appear rational to assume that the spouses and others who are around pregnant women also understand how sensitive the unborn fetus is to toxins. Yet, pregnant women are often dangerously exposed to second-hand smoke from these people.
Are you one of those women who carries a post-baby pregnancy pooch - years after giving birth? You’ve lost the weight gained during a pregnancy, but now carry a permanent baby bump that has people constantly asking when you are due? As it turns out, there is a medical reason for your baby bump Dr. Oz tells viewers as he explains how it happens and what you can do about it.