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Tips and tricks for decreasing discomfort during pregnancy.
Researchers say there are three distinct subtypes of postpartum depression based on symptoms and when it begins.
Prenatal lifestyle expert, Amy Griffith, debunks myths and fears, provides eight tips, techniques and truths to help women have a fit, healthy and happy pregnancy.
A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics advises pregnant women, infants and children to consume only pasteurized milk, cheese and other milk products.
A recent study suggests that a new time-lapse monitoring technique can improve success rates for in vitro fertilization patients
A new study of toddlers suggests that the more dairy products a pregnant woman consumes, the less likely her baby will suffer from infantile eczema and asthma.
New research from Duke University suggests that girls may be hardier than boys in the womb, and therefore better able to survive pregnancies stressed by troubled marriages.
Nearly 8 out of 10 pregnant women experience sleep troubles. Here are the top pregnancy-related sleep woes and how to start getting the sleep you need.
Expectant moms now have a new option for screening for genetic abnormalities: non-invasive prenatal testing, or NIPT.
What are the causes and symptoms of the "baby blues" and what can be done to help women cope with and overcome them?
A recent study found that children of depressed mothers treated with a certain group of antidepressants during pregnancy were more likely to develop Chiari type 1 brain malformations than were children of mothers with no exposure to those antidepressants.
Three months in, and there's only one thing I know for certain: I'm no expert.
A new study suggests that the amount of milk a woman drinks during pregnancy may affect the adult height of her offspring.
A recent study from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine showed that the hormone adrenomedullin plays a critical role in preventing pre-eclampsia.
Doulas are trained to provide emotional, physical and informational support to expecting mothers.
The Triangle offers a variety of birthing classes, from Lamaze to Bradley and HypnoBirthing.
The number of babies in the U.S. who are born addicted to opiates tripled between 2000 and 2009, according to a new study.
Study: More women intend to exclusively breastfeed for more than three months than actually do.
Expecting a baby? Take a look at five major changes that have emerged in the baby business in recent years.
Home births are increasing nationwide, according to a report released earlier this year by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Here's help for handling secondary infertility.
Researchers have identified a "metabolic fingerprint" in pregnant women that accurately predicts who will later develop preeclampsia.
We asked leading researchers to tell us the top-priority decisions you should make now to optimize your health.
How to best deal with the all-too-common, unwanted and uncomfortable comments about your maternal state.