Three out of four uterus transplants that were recently performed at a U.S. hospital were not successful. What makes them so challenging?
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.
There continues to be a rise in the number of U.S. babies born who are dependent on opioid drugs, according to a new study
For any woman who's been told that morning sickness is a sign of a healthy pregnancy, there's good news...
Depression during and after pregnancy may be linked to gestational diabetes, a new government study finds.
A woman living in New England who had trouble getting pregnant eventually discovered that her infertility was due to a cause not typically seen in this country: tuberculosis.
Some monkeys can contract Zika virus in the womb and show signs of brain damage similar to those seen in human babies, according to a new study.
People magazine has drastically changed the way it covers unwed pregnant celebrity couples, and it's largely because of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's relationship, new research finds.
Smoking marijuana during pregnancy doesn't appear to increase the risk of preterm birth or other harmful birth outcomes, a new review study suggests.
A baby in Brazil who became infected with Zika in the womb still had the virus in his body for months after he was born, according to a new report of the case.
Women who take acetaminophen during pregnancy may be more likely to give birth to children who later develop behavioral problems, a new study from England finds.
A small number of babies infected with Zika virus in the womb have developed a rare birth defect involving muscle weakness and stiff joints.
The modern epidural — a powerful combination of painkillers used to help women endure labor — is nothing like the painkillers of generations past.
When the U.S. Olympic team heads to Brazil, some athletes will be studied to see if they become infected with the Zika virus.
A 60-year-old woman in England whose daughter died wants to use her eggs to get pregnant, and give birth to her own grandchild.
A city in Japan says it will pay for egg freezing as a way to improve the country's low birth rate. But the procedure is not a perfect solution.
Fertility apps and websites that aim to figure out which days a woman is most likely to conceive may not be all that accurate, according to a new study.