Eve, The Artificial Womb
The Eve Artifical Womb raises hope for extremely premature babies born at the border of viability.
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.
Prevention of Inherited Diseases Through Early Gene-Editing.
A disease-causing mutation has just been corrected by scientists using gene editing in early stage human embryos.
Pollution Exposure Increases Asthma Risk for Three Generations
The results of new research published in the American Journal of Physiology on the effects of pollution exposure during pregnancy are scary.
Hope for Babies Born with Alcohol Damage
A study by Northwestern Medicine has found that reversing fetal alcohol damage after birth is possible using two commonly used drugs.
Why Serena Williams’ fiancé thinks it’s a girl!
Alexis Ohanian is sure Serena is carrying a girl, and his reasoning behind this prediction is the sweetest!
U.S. Birthrate is Declining
Early data for 2016 from the National Center for Health Statistics, records a 1% drop in births when compared to 2015.
Noise Pollution and Getting Pregnant
An analysis of 65,000 women in Denmark found that living near noisy roads affects couples wishing to conceive.
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.
Fever in Pregnancy Linked to Autism Risk
A study led by scientists at Columbia University has found that fever during pregnancy, in particular during the second trimester, increased the likelihood of autism spectrum disorder.