They call her "chopstick girl," which provides a sense of her size: all of 11 inches long and weighing just 23 ounces.
Having five or more children could increase women's risk of developing heart disease, a new study in Hispanic and Latina women finds
The death rate of U.S. newborns during the first week of life has decreased by 8 percent in recent years, but the rate of stillbirths late in pregnancy has held steady, according to a new report...
Anywhere from 8 to 19 percent of women report having frequent postpartum depressive symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
A new study led by Columbia University scientists suggests two possible causes of childhood obesity: taking antibiotics during pregnancy and getting a Caesarean section.
Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel thought she'd dotted all the i's.
Thousands have flocked to see a baby born with four arms and four legs in India, reported Central European News (CEN).
Liz Krainman calls her 4-month-old baby girl a "snowflake," but not because she looks so cute.
Picking a partner while on the pill might have lasting ramifications on marital satisfaction, new research finds.
November 17 is World Prematurity Day when families in more than 60 countries around the world will call attention to prematurity as the number one killer of children 0-5 years old.