Low to moderate alcohol consumption is not associated with an increased risk of specific birth outcomes and measures of fetal growth, according to a new study.
Pregnant women have an unusually strong immune response to influenza, according to a new study.
To better understand problems during pregnancies at present, we should consider experiences of our ancestors, a new research has suggested.
Smoking during pregnancy could cause epigenetic changes in the fetus, causing birth defects and health problems later in life, a new study has found.
Sleep-Disordered Breathing may be associated with unfavorable pregnancy outcomes, according to a new research.
Women who have short intervals between pregnancies of less than 18 months are more likely to see a decrease in the length of subsequent pregnancies, according to a new study.
Children of depressed mothers treated with a group of antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) during pregnancy are likely to develop Chiari type 1 malformations, according to a new study.
Gaining too much weight or loosing it during pregnancy increases the risk of having an overweight or obese child, according to a new study.
Researchers have demonstrated an association between high levels of stress and a reduced probability of pregnancy in a recent study. According to the study, stress delays pregnancy and might increase the risk of infertility.
A unique 'entrance exam' has been discovered by the scientists, set by the womb, that determines if the implantation of an embryo was successful. The discovery might prove to be a potential milestone for advances in pregnancy treatments.
Pregnancy rates in U.S. is declining 10 per cent each for married and unmarried women for the past 23 years, a new report shows.
Babies born after bariatric surgery are likely to be premature, a study finds. They might be also small for gestational age.
Twenty minutes of exercise, three times per week during pregnancy gives a boost to newborn’s brain, scientists find.
Following the ban of flame retardants in products, California has seen a dramatic drop of flame retardants in the blood of pregnant women, according to a new study led by University of California San Francisco (UCSF) researchers.
The Food and Drug Administration issued new warning for pregnant women to not use migraine drugs containing valproate sodium as they have shown to lower their unborn child's IQ.