Attempting to conceive within a few months after losing an early pregnancy can increase a couple's odds of getting pregnant and having a live birth.
Women benefit emotionally from cohabitating with or marrying their significant other, a new study reported.
A woman from Massachusetts who thought she was dealing with abdominal pain from menopause gave birth to a baby girl one hour after finding out that she was pregnant.
Two new studies have uncovered an easily detectable "pre-malignant" state in the blood that significantly increases the likelihood that an individual will go on to develop blood cancers such as leukemia, lymphoma, or myelodysplastic syndrome.
Falling in love is one the most surreal experiences a human kind can get. But not every couple is made for each other. They have fallout and it is quite normal.
Researchers from the University of Buffalo, Yale University and Rutgers found that couples that smoked together were less likely to engage in domestic violence.
A new study reported that preventive antiretroviral therapy did not lead to any significant differences in pregnancy incidence, birth outcomes, and infant growth between women who got the treatment and women who received a placebo drug.
A new study reported that parental interference can negatively affect their children's relationships.
According to researchers, orgasms help improve post-coital communication, which can improve relationships.
A new study found that roughly 20 percent of girls and 12.5 percent of boys have experienced dating violence.
A new study found that sperm quality was not dependent on a man's age.
A new study found that high cholesterol levels can increase risk of infertility.
A new study found that low testosterone levels were tied to more satisfying relationships.
Although losing weight is associated with a happier and healthier life, this may not be the case in a romantic relationship according to a new study.
Researchers found that for people with a history of depression, going through a separation or divorce can increase the risk of a depressive episode drastically.
Most people don't look forward to going to the doctor's office, but there are things you can do to make your trip more enjoyable. One of the best ways to make your visit more enjoyable is to work on building a rapport with everyone in the office the minute you walk in the door.