Researchers found that chronic exposure to ground level ozone increased one's risk of dying prematurely from cardiovascular diseases.
A new study reported that women who have asthma and smoke during their pregnancies put their own health and their unborn baby's health at risk.
Researchers were able to prevent preterm births in mouse models.
Based on a review on nine studies, researchers concluded that premature babies have lasting effects that negatively affect their health.
In a new study, researchers report that people who were born premature might be at a greater risk of heart failure.
Researchers from Princeton University found that women who get pregnant in May increase their likelihood of having a baby prematurely by 10 percent.
A new large scale study found that obese pregnant women are at a higher risk of giving birth preterm.
A recent study suggests that surviving cancer may be the first step.
Researchers found that fetal growth can affect an infant's risk of developing autism.
The CDC reports that from 2005 to 2011, the infant mortality rate in the United States has continued to decline steadily.
A new study found that babies who were at most three months premature could already distinguish between different parts of speech, reacting to distinct sounds known as phonemes.
A new study suggests that solo artists who are famous are twice as likely to die young compared to artists in a band. The study by researchers from the University of Liverpool, published by online journal BMJ Open, suggests that while the chances of dying a premature death of a European solo performer is one in 10, for American soloists, the chance is one in five.