In a new study, researchers found no evidence supporting the theory regarding the relationship between a woman's age and the connections in her chromosomes.
Your father's diet might have determined your genetic makeup, a new study suggests.
New research reveals that a drug used to treat nausea during pregnancy may not increase the risk of birth defects, spontaneous abortion and stillbirth.
Researchers are seeking federal approval to attempt a new technique in which they reduce the chances of genetic birth defects by tampering with the genetic material of the women's eggs.
British researchers reported that time-lapse imaging could improve the birth rates of in vitro fertilization.
A new study discovered that Agent Orange, a chemical used in the Vietnam War era, is tied to causing lethal version of prostate cancer.
Researchers found that pregnant women who were exposed to pollutants during the first eight weeks of pregnancy had a higher risk of birth defects.
Popular anti-nausea drug, Zofran, was found to be safe to use for pregnant women. A Danish study reported that Zofran did not cause birth defects in fetuses.