A doctor recently doubled the dose of a dangerous antidepressant Naikin Venant, 14, was taking when she live-streamed her suicide in January.
The UK’s fertility regulator says fertility clinics can apply to start using techniques to create embryos from 3 parents.
It has just been announced that the world’s first “3-parent” baby was born in April in Mexico, instead of in the US, where the procedure is not approved.
Despite UN goals to slash the occurrence, the maternal death rate has risen alarmingly over the past several years across the United States.
New studies show that exercise is actually a great way for mother and baby to stay fit and keep the pregnancy as healthy as possible.
Eating coconut oil may make already-immune-boosting breast milk even better for your baby due to increasing the antimicrobial properties.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention declared that mothers should delay vital, immune-boosting breastfeeding to boost vaccine efficacy…
Warning: Lab tests show that Gerber Graduates Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip Baked Whole Grain Corn Snack contains 100 percent insecticidal GMO corn.
Joining countless women, actress Scarlett Johansson recently said that ‘breastfeeding is the best way to get back in shape’ after pregnancy.
Being physically fit while pregnant can provide numerous benefits for you and your baby. Here are 7 reasons you should still break a sweat while expecting.
A 2011 study shows that toxic pesticides from genetically modified organisms are not only found in women, but can be passed to their unborn children.
The FDA has released new advice for pregnant women, telling them it’s not only OK to eat low-mercury fish, but that it’s important for the nutrients.
How should you hold a baby? Research shows that you should hold babies a certain way in order to prevent nutrient deficiencies.
Monsanto’s RoundUp and it’s ingredient glyphosate are appearing in women’s breast milk. ‘Moms Across America’ is working hard to fight the threat.
Research suggests weight gain and increased head size during the first month of a baby’s life is absolutely key to its future intellectual development.
New evidence suggests that breastfeeding improves a mother’s heart health, and those gained cardiovascular benefits last until a woman is 65 years old.
A new study reveals that a mother’s nutrition can have lasting effects on a child’s DNA, even before the child is conceived.