Pregnancy transforms the body, and some of these changes don't stop after the baby has exited the womb.
Having a baby is a wonderful and joyous experience. Learn about the science of pregnancy: how to get pregnant, the stages of pregnancy, what happens to the mother-to-be's body and how the fetus develops.
Pregnant woman have long been advised to "wait it out" until 41 weeks before doctors will recommend inducing labor. But a new study suggests otherwise.
Deciding between boxers and briefs may be about more than just comfort. Men's underwear choices may affect their sperm health, a new study suggests.
Women who are pregnant may not spend much time worrying about their own hearts, but a new study suggests they should.
Women have been giving birth since the beginning of human existence, but sometimes, the ways they do so get a little strange.
The womb is a tight space in which to exercise, but kicking is vital for a baby's healthy development.
If you've ever found yourself at a real loss for words while pregnant, or feel like you just keep forgetting to book appointments during those nine months of expecting, you're not the only one.
Proper nutrition during pregnancy is important for mother and baby, but there's been a debate about exactly how much vitamin D pregnant women need.
In a dramatic reality TV finale, actor and wrestler John Cena said that he's willing to reverse his vasectomy so he and his girlfriend can have children, but can it be done?
In Oklahoma, a fawn was delivered by a roadside C-section after its mother was struck by a car and killed.
Two newly developed blood tests may help moms-to-be accurately answer this ever-popular question: When is your baby due?
The pharmaceutical company Allergan has announced it is recalling nearly 170,000 packs of Taytulla, a hormonal birth control. Here's why.
Most women who elect to freeze their eggs are happy they did it, but about 1 in 6 say they regret the decision, according to a new study.