When Kelly Lopez gave birth to a baby boy three months ago in Mesa, Ariz., she didn't think much of the fact that her newborn wasn't opening his eyes until hours went by.
Women aren't quite laughing their way through childbirth, but laughing gas is again helping ease the pain of women in labor across the country.
The use of a popular assisted reproduction technique for male infertility has doubled in the past 16 years, but a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds the...
A Chinese couple is celebrating the birth of five new babies without fertility treatment after trying to conceive for six years, Central European News reported.
Denmark has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe at just 1.7 babies per family, and at least in the rural community of Thisted, citizens have agreed to do something about it.
American women are having twins at a higher rate than ever before, a trend health officials believe is due to their increasing use of fertility treatments and the fact they are having children...
Atlanta-area mom Brittney Powell’s pregnancy started out normal enough, but everything changed about 26 weeks in, MyFoxAtlanta.com reported.
Stress has been known to prevent fertility and cause miscarriages, but scientists have now shown that knocking down a single gene may be able to offset these effects.
Women who receive the birth control shot may be at a higher risk of contracting HIV— even with condom use, reveals a meta-analysis of 12 studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
A Montana woman gave birth to a set of identical triplet boys in early December, a rare occurrence— especially without the aid of fertility drugs, reported the Billings Gazette.