Experiments with rats show that intrauterine protein restriction induces sex hormone imbalance, which appears to favor development of cancer in old age
As if being pregnant wasn't stressful enough.
A study found that smoking during pregnancy does not significantly increase risk of the child having a mental illness. The mental illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are said to be more likely caused by other factors than smoking.
Get to know more about gestational surrogacy.
Get to know what happens to moms’ brains when they are undergoing pregnancy.
A study in the UK revealed that grandmothers who smoke may cause autism in their grandchildren
Here's what pregnant women should be on the lookout for. Also, get to know the things to avoid when one is expecting.
Celebrity moms like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Jessica Simpson, share their weight loss journey after pregnancy.
Christina DePino thought the severe itching she felt was a normal symptom of pregnancy. Luckily she had gone to a checkup before things turned for the worse as she found out she could have given birth to a premature or stillborn baby and then shares awareness of cholestasis of pregnancy causes.
Researchers reveal that PCOS can potentially start from the brain and not the ovaries.
Researchers have developed a dry powder inhalable form of a drug to overcome problems with accessing it in poor countries.
A new study published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) clarifies that it is healthy to exercise while pregnant and in doing so, the unborn baby can have a natural birth and fewer breathing complications.
Mark Zuckerberg announced to the public on his Facebook page that they are expecting another child- a baby girl.
Common beauty product is the number one cause of birth defects in boys.
Though the man is already paying child support and wants to have a relationship with the child, he still wants the woman to compensate him for the emotional, professional and financial impact of the birth.
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.