Experts reveal that taking psychiatric drugs during pregnancy does not impact the relationship between the mother and the child.
Women who give birth later in life are less likely to have children with anatomical abnormalities, according to a new study.
Levels of vitamin D during pregnancy could predict a woman's risk of preeclampsia, according to a new study.
Pregnancy rates in U.S. is declining 10 per cent each for married and unmarried women for the past 23 years, a new report shows.
Twenty minutes of exercise, three times per week during pregnancy gives a boost to newborn’s brain, scientists find.
There is an association between autism spectrum disorders and weight gained during pregnancy, a new study has found.
Children of women who carry the bilharzia (schistosomiasis) worm during pregnancy are more prone to infections, a new study has found.
Remee Jo Lee was a happy employee at a gentlemen’s club until she felt in love with a guy named Andrew Welden, who got her pregnant and then tricked her into taking a pill that terminated her pregnancy.
An alarming new study reveals that an increasing number of men are "tricking" women into pregnancy by poking holes in condoms and stealing birth control pills.
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.
Just breast may not always be best, according to new research that revealed that feeding underweight babies formula milk along with breast milk immediately after birth can actually significantly increase the length of time their mothers end up breastfeeding.
Children may be affected by the exposure of certain compounds in car exhaust even before birth.
Germany may soon allow women to use fake names when giving birth in hospitals. However, the German government says it will still ensure that children of anonymous hospital births will still be able to learn their mother's true identity after turning 16.
A new study on larval flies reveals that when nutrition is poor, the brain protects itself by becoming smaller.
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.