A pregnant woman’s race to the ER came up short and the baby was born in the parking lot of Jordan Hospital.
A growing number of institutions are adopting hospital-wide bans against non-medical induction before 39 weeks.
Aida Alamillo was traveling to Boston to see relatives when somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, labor began.
With social media sites like Twitter and Facebook such a part of every day life, moms know they are going to need to be camera ready as soon as the baby is born.
Boston cab driver didn’t know his passenger was pregnant until she began screaming. Minutes later, she gave birth.
WBZ’s Doug Cope talks about a mini-van delivery.
WBZ morning producer Jon MacLean talks with Jeffrey Passell, senior demographer at the Pew Research Center about immigrant birth rates.