A new study suggests that eating 30 grams of chocolate every day is good for baby’s health and development.
While women in Britain are eating their placentas, there is not enough research to confirm that it is healthy.
Kim Kardashian fears for her next delivery considering that her last one with baby North West met a lot of health complications and risks.
A new mouse study linked a zinc deficiency prior to conception to slowed fetal development and poor reproductive functions.
Researchers have found that a small but diverse community of bacteria lives in the placentas of healthy pregnant women. The findings invalidate the previous belief that fetuses grow in a pretty sterile environment.
The cause of many preterm births is the premature aging of the placenta due to oxidative stress, according to a new study.
Researchers found that when newborns were positioned on the mother's stomach or chest, blood flow from the placenta, which reduces risk of iron deficiency, was not negatively affected.
Researchers reported that inducing or augmenting labor could be tied to autism.
Hormonal imbalances in the placenta has been linked to anxiety, vulnerability and poor mental health in mice.
A new study reveals that placental cells may help prevent viruses from crossing from an expectant mother to her baby. Researchers believe these cells can also transfer their unique trait to other kinds of cells.
Researchers developed a new method of playing with autistic infants that uses positive reinforcement to train the infants to like social interactions.
Researchers discovered that abnormal foldings in placentas could be an indicator for autism.
The lotus birth, which is a natural method that keeps a newborn attached to the mother until nature severs the umbilical cord, is gaining popularity.
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.