She could have chosen a different route that might have saved her own life, but Karisa Bugal made a choice that ultimately saved her unborn son.
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.