New Blood Test May Help Predict Due Dates For Pregnant WomenA new blood test is showing promising results for helping pregnant women know if they are at risk of a premature birth.
CDC: U.S. Birth Rate Hits 30-Year Low, Fertility Rate FallingU.S. birth rates declined last year for women in their teens, 20s and — surprisingly — their 30s, leading to the fewest babies in 30 years.
Eating Fast Food Hurts Chances Of Getting Pregnant, Study FindsAustralian researchers have concluded that the amount of fruit and fast food in a diet can significantly affect the time it takes for a woman to become pregnant.
Supreme Court Takes Up Challenge By Crisis Pregnancy CentersThe Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a free speech fight over California's attempt to regulate anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.
As Many As 1 In 20 US Kids Harmed By Alcohol In The Womb, Study SaysUp to one in 20 American kids falls somewhere on the spectrum of disorders caused by maternal drinking, according to the study's more conservative estimate.
Proposed Bill Would Offer California College Students Abortion PillsA proposed bill in the State Capitol would require California universities and state schools to offer students abortion pills.
Chip And Joanna Gaines Expecting Baby Number FiveChip and Joanna Gaines have another baby on the way.
Risk Of Stillbirth Doubled By Sleeping On Your Back, Study SaysResearchers in Great Britain say the common sleeping position can double the risk of stillbirth during the third trimester.
No Amount Of Alcohol Is Safe During Pregnancy, Study FindsA small amount of alcohol consumed during pregnancy can result in the child suffering from high levels of anxiety after birth.
Cops Pull Over Man For 'Driving Like A Grandpa'A Bismarck police officer teamed up with his friend from the Fargo police force to give his father a surprise he’ll likely never forget.
Pregnant Sacramento Woman Forced To Give Birth After Being ShotA woman and her newborn are recovering after the mother was shot and forced to give birth.
CDC: Teen Pregnancies Plunge, But Racial Disparities PersistBirth rates are falling dramatically for black and Hispanic teenagers, but they continue to be much higher than the birth rate for white teens.