An artificial womb has been created by scientists in order to help extremely premature babies to develop normally in the future. The study has recently been published in the journal Nature Communications.
Babies exposed to certain asthma drugs in the womb have a slightly higher risk of autism, a new study is reporting.
A new study reported that males are more likely to die in the womb than females.
The Swedish parents of the first baby ever born to a woman who had a womb transplant hope to inspire others struggling with infertility.
A new study reported that children that were exposed to alcohol in the womb exhibited weaker brain activation when they were performing certain cognitive tasks in comparison to children who were not exposed.
A new study is reporting that fetuses can learn as early as week 34.
Low exposure to testosterone in the womb may increase men's risk of serious health conditions, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that mice exposed to BPA while still in the womb had a greater risk of developing liver cancer.
Swedish doctors successfully transplanted nine wombs and are prepared to help the women get pregnant via in-vitro fertilizations.
A new study found that depression could be passed down in the womb,
There are countless of couples throughout the world who are longing for their own child. For those who cannot bear their own child, India is becoming a favorable destination for them.
A new study reveals that placental cells may help prevent viruses from crossing from an expectant mother to her baby. Researchers believe these cells can also transfer their unique trait to other kinds of cells.
Fire retardant chemicals that became popular in an effort to protect young children may actually be toxic to them.
Researchers found that the largest shark hatchlings eat the smaller and weaker ones in the wombs of their mothers.
Despite the fact that a solid 10 percent of people are left-handed, researchers have no idea how they exist.
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.