Low to moderate alcohol consumption is not associated with an increased risk of specific birth outcomes and measures of fetal growth, according to a new study.
Premature infants given early sodium supplementation gain more weight than those not given early supplementation, according to a new study.
Adults who were born to women who were overweight or obese before pregnancy have a greater risk of death from heart attack or stroke, a new study found.
Women with a history of bipolar disorder have a greater risk of giving birth prematurely, a new study found.
A new study found that the rates of children born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are higher than previously expected.
In a new study, researchers found that women who were overweight prior to conception and had gestational diabetes were more likely to have daughters that became overweight or obese.
Newborns of mothers who smoke during pregnancy show lower levels of stress hormones, lowered stress response, and alterations in DNA for a gene that regulates passage of stress hormones from mother to fetus, according to a new study.
Dieting and exercising can improve pregnancy outcomes, a new study suggests.
According to a new study, eating too much fried food before pregnancy can increase gestational diabetes risk.
According to the results from international studies, chemotherapy and radiotherapy exposure in the womb did not affect babies' mental and cardiac development.
According to a new study, women can be pressured by their providers to get C-sections and inductions even though they might not need them medically.
Pregnant women have an unusually strong immune response to influenza, according to a new study.
Women who did not take iron supplements before or during pregnancy increased their children's risk of autism, a new study reported.
A new study found that women who reported binge drinking during pregnancy increase their children's risk of mental health problems.
Living in green neighborhoods with plenty of grass and trees or other plants increases expectant mothers' likelihood of delivering full-term and heavier babies than those who live in urban areas.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.