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New study will focus on newborns affected by opioids

A new study funded by the National Institutes of Health will be evaluating treatment options for newborns experiencing opioid withdrawal syndrome.

Ibuprofen – Widely Used Pain Reliever Disrupts Male Fertility

Ibuprofen, available as Advil and Motrin, is a widely used over-the-counter pain reliever. A link has now been found between ibuprofen and male infertility.

Surrogate finds one ‘twin’ is hers

Jessica Allen, a surrogate mom from California gave birth to twins but later found that one of them is biologically hers.

The Long Term Effects of Pre-eclampsia

Affecting between 2 and 7% of pregnancies, a study has now found out that the effects of pre-eclampsia may be more far-reaching in a woman's life.

Heart Attack and Stroke Risk Lowered with Breastfeeding

Efforts to build and sustain a breastfeeding relationship with your little one may have more far reaching advantages outside of the benefits we are already aware of.

Age at Pregnancy and Brainpower in Older Age

A study recently published in the Journal of American Geriatrics Society has found a positive association between pregnancy at a later age and late-life cognition.

Victoria’s Secret model shares photo of her baby bump

Victoria's Secret model, Behati Prinsloo, has shared a cute photo of her baby bump after announcing her second pregnancy a month ago. And guess what her pregnancy craving is!

Will stress during pregnancy affect my baby?

A new study has found that stress during pregnancy increases the risk of mood disorders... but not for all babies

Flame Retardants and Reproductive Outcomes

Researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health examined associations between organophosphate flame retardants (PFRs) and reproductive outcomes in women.

Fish and the prevention of childhood asthma

Researchers at the University of South Florida in Tampa have presented a new recommendation for pregnant women seeking to prevent childhood asthma in their children.