Cesarean deliveries are common, but not always medically necessary. A certified nurse-midwife offers advice for how to avoid an unneeded C-section.
It can be tricky to tell the difference between normal stress of having a newborn, 'baby blues' and postpartum depression.
This common condition affects many women during pregnancy, even if they weren't diabetic before.
A primer on opioid addiction and how it's treated in pregnancy.
A blood test can reveal whether parents are carriers for certain genetic diseases.
A vaginal birth after c-section may be more likely than some women think.
Relatively new approach to C-section creates a warmer, friendlier environment than 'typical' surgery.
These tests check for genetic problems before a baby is born.
It's important to see a doctor as soon you might be pregnant to begin assessing the risks of hypertension.