"Round two. Here we go!!" read a recent Twitter post by former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson, announcing that she's pregnant for the second time.
Against all odds, women who undergo treatment for breast cancer can hold out hope of having a child after they've recovered.
This week, OK! Magazine dropped a bombshell when it reported that Kim Kardashian, 32, was once again pregnant, again by boyfriend Kanye West, 36.
According to a study conducted by the University of Utah, women who gained more weight during pregnancy were more likely to give birth to children with ASD.
A new study shows that firstborn children do perform better than their siblings - but it's because of you!
Jessica Simpson shares how she lost her baby weight from her second pregnancy.
Two prominent medical organizations are considering changing the definition of established "terms" in pregnancy after new research revealed that each individual week of gestation has a significant impact on newborn health.
Pennsylvania has reinstituted an old law asserting that it's illegal to touch a pregnant woman's belly without permission.
New research from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists indicates that babies must remain in the womb for at least 39 weeks for optimal health.
By knowing the risks, women over 35 stand the best possible chance of having a happy, healthy bundle of joy.
New research published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics shows that a mom's anxiety and depression can increase the instances of emotional and behavioral problems in her children.
New research shows that preventing high blood pressure may be even more important than previously believed, as it may significantly increase a woman's risk of experiencing a stroke during her lifetime.
Danielle and Kevin Jonas have been accused of faking their pregnancy to boost their reality show's ratings, however, sources close to the couple say the rumors are totally false.
A new study suggests that just a glass of wine a week can reduce a woman's chance of even conceiving by as much as 33 percent.
The Society of Radiologists has introduced new criteria for using ultrasound equipment and testing to assess the viability of a pregnancy.