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Among the complications that can occur during a pregnancy is gestational diabetes. Though gestational diabetes usually goes away after pregnancy, its risks may not always.
A new smartphone app and plug-in sensor can measure oxygen levels in the blood, detecting life-threatening complications of preeclampsia.
Fruits, vegetables, whole grains and similarly healthy foods are recommended for everyone, but especially for pregnant women. Following that advice may reduce the risk of a baby's early arrival.
It's often said that "breast is best" when it comes to feeding infants. However, a recent study found that it's possible the benefits of breastfeeding are not as dramatic as past studies may have shown.
The breastfeeding craze may be over-hyped. A new study suggests long-term benefits such as higher IQ may have been overstated.
Whether it's pickles and ice cream or Hot Cheetos dipped in ranch, pregnant women often experience bizarre food cravings. But the real secret to healthy weight gain is not "eating for two."
A new study published by the American Medical Association demonstrates that repeated use of acetaminophen during pregnancy nearly doubles a child’s risk of developing a severe form of ADHD.
Acetaminophen is the most common over-the-counter pain reliever in the United States, and is generally considered safe for pregnant women to use. A new study, however, showed that the medication may affect a child's behavioral development.
Is it ever too early to start thinking about the health of a child? A new study suggests that more women should be thinking ahead and taking folic acid supplements before they become pregnant.
Unhappy your first child has no orange, alien-like pictures to accompany his glossy baby photos? Consider the world of 3D ultrasounds the next time around.