Pregnant women get bombarded with advice from friends, strangers, and popular culture at large. Unfortunately, the guidance can be somewhat, well, misguided. Trace looks at some of the key myths pregnant women are likely to encounter.
A study on mice finds a direct link between exercise and reduced risk of congenital heart defects among babies of older moms.
Can you teach an old egg new tricks?
The likely mechanism underlying the beneficial effects is the presence of long-chain saturated fatty acids found in breast milk, which are essential for brain development.
A pregnancy perfume broadcasts whether a female is pregnant, and even reveals the sex of her unborn infant. Continue reading →
A child born in Hong Kong was pregnant with her own twins at the time of her birth, according to a new report of the infant's case.
The twins, about 36 to 40 weeks old, probably suffocated during their mother's troubled labor nearly 8,000 years ago.
For women seeking information on abortions, crisis pregnancy centers may seem like legitimate establishments to go to for guidance. Yet recent reports indicate that many of these clinics are deliberately lying to women about pregnancy termination.
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