Before you choose to light up a cigarette while pregnant, know this: You may be making may a life-or-death decision.
An Ob/Gyn explains the safest ways to get a pop of color while you’re pregnant.
You might have heard that a breast pump can help induce labor. But an Ob/Gyn explains why it may not be safe.
There are several practices that promise the sex of your baby. But are they too good to be true? Our urologist sets the record straight.
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More than a quarter of people who are pregnant experience headaches. An expert explains why and and how to cope.
Your baby’s arrival is a big event, and preparing your hospital bag ahead of time can make the process smoother. We talked to a labor and delivery nurse about all the things you need to bring with you to the hospital on the big day.
Whatever you call it — a yoga ball, birthing ball or exercise ball — those big rubber balls you can sit on are helpful props for dealing with aches and pains of pregnancy and labor. Our nurse midwife explains how to use one.
A rainbow baby is a baby born or adopted after a miscarriage, stillbirth or loss of an infant. Here’s what to expect and how to navigate the challenges of that new relationship.
Learn what’s making you sweatier and stinkier than you were pre-baby — and what you can do about it — from a certified nurse midwife.
Fraternal twins come from two eggs and two sperm. Identical twins come from the same egg and sperm. What about some of those other kinds of twins you might see on TV, like twins who have different fathers? An Ob/Gyn helps explain it all.