In Oklahoma, a fawn was delivered by a roadside C-section after its mother was struck by a car and killed.
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.
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.
A man in Australia helped save the lives of more than 2 million babies by donating his "special" blood.
Many marijuana dispensaries recommend marijuana products for treating pregnant women's morning sickness, even though marijuana use in pregnancy is linked with health problems for newborns.
Sometimes, premature birth may happen because the baby's immune system essentially "rejects" the mother, like a person's body rejects a transplanted organ.
Researchers have identified two genes that may increase risk for hyperemesis gravidarum, a debilitating condition that causes extreme morning sickness during pregnancy.
A pregnant woman visiting Egypt certainly has a unique story to tell about her labor: She appears to have given birth in the Red Sea.
College football player Shaquem Griffin lost his left hand when he was 4 years old due to amniotic band syndrome.
Drinking probiotic-rich milk during pregnancy may decrease a woman's risk of developing two pregnancy-related problems, a new study from Norway suggests.
Tennis star Serena Williams has revealed that she experienced potentially life-threatening blood clots after giving birth to her daughter last year.
Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in pregnant woman, and now its use is increasing, a new study finds.