Certain households tasks are going to be off-limits at some point in your pregnancy
It's never too late to start moving
Understanding risks, and taking precautions, are key to staying safe while getting your prenatal sweat on.
5 tips for staying bite-free this summer.
A new study presents some alarming findings for older moms' cardiovascular risk later in life, namely stroke and heart attack, but here's what you can do about it.
According to a recent study, you need to be more concerned about arsenic than you think--especially if you're pregnant--and it can lurk in totally unsuspecting places.
You'll never believe which unexpected type of product can reportedly cause behavioral issues in your children if you come in contact with it. Here's how to avoid it.
New research supports current guidelines for a full-term pregnancy.
David Waltner-Toews shares some surprising research.
When you get that positive pregnancy test, you can't wait for the next milestone: telling your family and friends. Check out the fun ways these expectant parents shared their big baby news.
From halloween "bumpkins" to henna tattoo masterpieces: Pregnant bellies seem to be an irresistible blank canvas. Would you decorate yours?
New research uncovers some fascinating facts about the placenta.
There is a scary listeria outbreak happening that reportedly originated from Dole salad bags produced in Springfield, Ohio. Here's what you need to know about it.
We went to two OBGYNs with our questions about the Zika virus in pregnancy, traveling, avoiding the illness and how it can affect your baby. Here's what they said.
When you're expecting twins, adding pounds earlier is a good thing.
It looks like the Zika virus might not cause birth defects in every case. One woman gave birth to a perfectly healthy baby after being infected with the virus.
Considering a birth control implant or IUD? Eight things you need to know.
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Plus, when you should pop a blood-thinner, and when you should pass.
New research finds a mom's egg cell has even more control over a pregnancy's health that previously thought--and could determine whether you can have a baby later.
Tamesha Means sued the religious organizations behind a Catholic hospital after they refused to give her treatment when her water broke at 18 weeks pregnant.
5 more ways to encourage daddy bonding.
Keeping Rover and Fluffy around while you're expecting is a boon for your little one's health
Constipation and other bowel problems affect 72 percent of pregnant women.
According to a recent study, the Zika virus comes with dangerous side effects no matter what stage of pregnancy you're in when affected, so avoid it if you can.
Moms, don't forget some extra TLC for your nether regions after a vaginal delivery.