There’s more evidence that women who take certain popular antidepressants may be at higher risk for having a baby with birth defects.
A new study by researchers at Brigham and Women’s suggest taking antidepressants during pregnancy may not be as harmful as once thought.
Heredity and genetics determine a number of key traits in offspring. But When genes are mutated, or damaged, these mutations can change the DNA code and increase a person’s likelihood of developing certain diseases.
Pain, constipation, bloating, gas and other digestive issues – definitely not dinner table talk in most homes. But, they are common, and in some cases, very serious matters for women that need frank and honest answers.
A new report released Friday by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health suggests the state’s teen birth rate is the lowest ever been.
A pregnancy discrimination case is in front of the Supreme Court and its outcome could affect women across the country. A former UPS worker says she was forced into taking unpaid leave when she became pregnant.
A new study links prenatal exposure to some household chemicals and a child’s risk of developing asthma.
Soon there will be another option to relieve the pain of childbirth at one local hospital.
Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
More couples are finding their dreams of having a second child are not coming true.