Scientists warn humans of the physical and mental health problems that come with the rising temperatures.
Have you ever heard of a uterine rupture? A recent report from the New England Journal of Medicine reveals of a case of a fetus managing to survive despite his legs poking through his mother's uterus.
Pregnant women taking fish oil supplements have lesser risk of giving birth to a child with asthma.
There may be a time that the biological clock will be deemed moot - for hoping mothers in menopause, anyway. We may be able to see the first batch of post-menopausal babies as early as 2017 - with egg from mothers on menopause.
A new study revealed that the brain of women during their first pregnancy undergoes structural changes in certain regions that could usually last for at least two years after the pregnancy.
Denying women access to abortion is more detrimental to their mental health than undergoing an actual abortion.
A new research presented at the annual meeting of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI) in Leipzig, Germany suggests that babies born to mothers with diabetes may be at risk of poor brain development.
A new research reveals that the frequency of mothers opting for Caesarean births could greatly impact human evolution, resulting to narrow pelvis and bigger babies.
The road to making three-parent IVF is bumpy but shows progress. Recently, a new study shows the amount of risk couples face when embarking on this controversial process of conception.
Pregnant women taking certain epilepsy medication have increased risk of giving birth to babies with defect or malformation.
Despite the numerous methods of contraception available in the market at present, 45% of all pregnancies are still considered unintended. Nevertheless, there are couples who try ardently to conceive to no avail.
An Australian woman receiving hormone treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that prevents women from ovulating, got pregnant twice in 10 days.
Although laughing gas is not as strong as an epidural, laughing gas can "take the edge off" of pain.
Genital abnormalities in baby boys, including undescended testes and hypospadias, have been linked to chemicals found in plastics, according to a new study.