A Canadian-based study suggests that women who take antidepressant pills have 87% risk of giving birth to children with autism but some experts cautioned that the outcomes of the research aren’t sufficient enough to link the effects of antidepressants to autism
UK experts urge the British government to fortify flour-based products with folic acid to prevent or at least minimize cases of birth defects among babies.
A new study claims that the risk can increase by as much as 87 percent when antidepressants are used during second and third trimester.
The U.C. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that the pregnancy and the abortion rates have hit an all time low since the agency started monitoring these figures.
Kim Kardashian wants to have her old body back.
Australian nannies to be trained in order to assist parents with post-natal depression.
Women who had gestational diabetes have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes if they breastfeed for a certain amount of time, a new study said.
Women who are obese before pregnancy are at a greater risk of infant mortality.
Drinking a moderate amount of coffee during pregnancy does not harm children's intelligence, a new study reported.
In a study, reseachers at University of California, Santa Barbara found that roundwork infestation among Tsimane women in Bolivia resulted in two additional children.
Kim Kardashian fears for her next delivery considering that her last one with baby North West met a lot of health complications and risks.
The global maternal mortality rate has declined by nearly 50 percent, the United Nations and the World Bank announced Thursday.
A good news for all the expecting ladies as they can kick off their day with a chirp and never-ending hope and can shun depression in no time!
Pregnant women are not encouraged to be sedentary, says a new study.
The March of Dimes stated that the U.S. needs to work harder at reducing their overall premature rate.
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.