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There is little as fascinating as maternal-fetal physiology, given that pregnancy itself is the most well-designed suspension system in the world. Add to this complexity the dynamic nature of birth.
Prior to the birth of baby Archie to the Duchess of Sussex Meghan and her husband Prince Harry, there was much media speculation that they were opting for a home birth instead of a hospital one.
The National Center for Health Statistics released their report of provisional 2018 data on U.S.
For royal fans everywhere, great joy was delivered as news circled the globe Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's baby boy was born.
A new study that says oral sex can prevent miscarriage predictably has gone viral, thanks mostly to the rather excitable British tabloids. But is it true? If it is, the study doesn't even come close to confirming the hypothesis.
A new study presented by co-author Eyal Sheiner, MD, PhD, chair of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at Soroka University Medical Center, Be'er-Sheva, Isr
Bet you can’t count how many movie scenes about childbirth you have watched in your lifetime. You know the ones highly choreographed to protract the drama leading up to the birth that then capture the magical, emotional euphoria after delivery.
A Patheos blog is suggesting the Ten Month Mamas Facebook Group that supports “well co
Gestational diabetes (GD) is the development of diabetes during pregnancy. For those afflicted, it is a significant problem for these women and the children they carry.