Mothers who hold their babies right after birth are more likely to breastfeed, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that even though people support adoption, only a minority of infertile women actually consider it.
People with depression often struggle with parenthood because they are emotionally unavailable.
Mothers who sleep with their babies tend to breastfeed for longer, a new study reveals.
Taking care of a newborn is exhausting. A new survey reveals that parents lose more than six weeks worth of sleep in the first year of caring for a baby.
Women who live in large urban areas are at higher risk of postpartum depression, according to a new study.
A mother's personality predicts whether she'll breastfeed or turn to the bottle, a new study suggests.
Women who don't want children may be smarter than their maternal counterparts.
A new survey reveals some of the things new mothers miss most about their old lives.
A new study reveals that mothers need more support to overcome their breastfeeding worries.
Babies who were breastfed grow up with more potential and social mobility, according to a new study,
Women who have previously experienced domestic abuse are more likely to develop depression and anxiety around the time of birth.
Researchers found that breastfeeding cuts the risk of mothers developing high blood pressure even decades later.
Scientists are trying to understand the role of the 'love hormone' in postpartum depression and bonding between mothers and babies.
Mothers who have suffered childhood abuse, neglect or other traumatic experiences are more unwilling to talk to their children about the child's emotional experiences, according to a new study.