No one realized that the infant, who was born 15 days after his due date, would be born as big as he was.
Women who experience difficulties getting pregnant are 30 percent more likely to give birth to children with "mild" neurological problems, according to a new study.
Women who sleep on their back during pregnancy are at an increased risk of stillbirth, according to a new study conducted in Ghana.
A dog roaming the streets of Oklahoma City came home Saturday carrying the body of a dead baby girl in its mouth, according to local news.
He is now in critical but stable condition, though police now say that he survived with just a few scratches and minor injuries.
Germany may soon allow women to use fake names when giving birth in hospitals. However, the German government says it will still ensure that children of anonymous hospital births will still be able to learn their mother's true identity after turning 16.
There are plenty of old wives’ tales that surround the sex of the baby.
Most of the time, autism spectrum disorder cannot even be diagnosed until the age of two or three.
On Sunday morning in Toronto, a baby girl was declared dead, and a sheet was placed over her body.
Tressa Montalvo, a 36-year-old woman from Texas, got a very rare one-in-70-million type of delivery this Valentine's day when she delivered two sets of identical twin boys.
Why does it always have to be so dramatic when you try to get your child to finish their broccoli and peas? Well, it could be because you didn't eat them yourself when you were pregnant, a new study claims.
Even before they begin to speak, babies as young as seven months can distinguish one language from another and begin to learn them, even if the two languages have very different rules of grammar, according to a new study.
When Edward Ives was born, doctors feared that the baby would have only a 5 percent chance of surviving.
A study conducted by researchers from Tufts University and Tufts Medical Center has found that obesity in mothers has been linked to abnormal brain development in fetuses.
Dominic Gundrum is a really special child who has defied all odds and survived a condition so rare in the U.S. that only one or two kids are born with the condition every two to five years, according to media reports.