Mother and infant can build a strong connection with each other through singing songs.
The old practice has been dumped. Here comes something more beneficial to our future infants.
Antiretroviral therapy for HIV positive mothers is linked to small but significant effect on infant’s development according to a new Harvard-led study.
Don't be reluctant to have more kids if you want to slow down the ageing process. A new study recently pointed out that number of children that a woman bears also affects the rate at which her body ages
A survey by CDC found that single parents are more likely to experience sleep deprivation and insomnia compared to two-parent families.
Contraceptive pills taken orally before or during the pregnancy do not increase the birth defect risk, revealed a comprehensive study published on Wednesday
Single moms are not getting enough quality sleep, a new survey reported.
The study examined a widely held belief that would fertility treatments tend to increase risk of development delays in children conceived through assisted reproduction.
Rate in 2014 was a record for twins births. Increase age of mothers and in-vitro fertilization could be driving the rise.
Premature babies have a better shot at survival if their mothers practice skin-to-skin "kangaroo-style" care, a new study reported.
Brazil is advising women not to get pregnant due to the potential dangers from the Zika virus, which is spreading across the nation.
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.
Mothers "love" daughters more than sons, according to a new study on emotional expression.
A mother in Florida is home and tending to her new infant less than a month after surviving without a pulse for 45 minutes, according to reports.
The types of foods infants eat depend greatly on their mothers' socioeconomic background, a new study reported.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.