Two major doctors’ groups have said that a growing trend that involves giving birth in a tub of warm water is not good for babies and could even be dangerous.
A team of researchers at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center, led by Dr. Courtney Lynch, have made a connection between stress and a couple’s inability to get pregnant.
Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
The increase in cases of secondary infertility has to do in part with the fact that women are waiting longer to have kids, but there are other possible factors including some problems that can be traced to a woman’s first delivery.
The study found that exposing your unborn child to nuts may prepare their immune system to handle nuts after they’re born.
The woman’s lawyer says the fire department is violating federal and state anti-discrimination laws.
More women are choosing to freeze their eggs.
Pamela Perkerman joined us on The Couch to show us some “Labor Day” essentials — items that should be packed for an expectant mom’s trip to the hospital.
For many women, getting pregnant is not a problem, but for others it’s not easy to start a family.
Among the topics discussed: x-rays, frequency of dental exams, and the connection between toothpaste and morning sickness.
“Mom-preneur” Amy Bradley joined us on The Couch to show us some great gadgets to make mom’s life easier – and all the products were invented by mothers.
Lia Batkin, co-founder of In the Know Experiences, an upscale travel and lifestyle experience agency, visited The Couch with her top destinations for luxury R&R while you’re expecting – from staycations to tropical vacations.
Licensed acupuncturist Erika Weber says the symptoms can be relieved with acupuncture. She visited The Couch on Tuesday to tell us more about how the ancient Chinese practice can help.
An alarming new report Monday showed a dramatic increase in the number of New York City mothers dying during and after delivering children.
Young teenage girls may soon be able to get the so-called “morning after pill” without a doctor’s or a parent’s permission. A Brooklyn judge dealt the Obama administration a blow, saying age restrictions must go.