If you’re pregnant, it’s natural to have questions about the health risks you and your baby may face. Here’s what you need to know.
Melissa Rauch FaceTimed her husband during labor, thanked nurses and doctors who "make sure that life keeps marching forward."
"There are a lot of reasons pregnant women are still working, but none of us are doing it because we want to put our child in harms way.”
The British model says she's trying to figure out how much of her child to share, after previously receiving 'death threats and hate'.
A new study from the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that pregnant women may not be at serious risk of illness from COVID-19.
Chelsea Hernandez, 32, is in the midst of her second journey as a gestational surrogate. And, unsurprisingly, she’s finding this time around to be much stranger and uncertain that the first.
Hospitals in upstate New York have revised their COVID-19 policies after a man admitted he lied during screening.
The "View" host says the remarks make her "beyond depressed for how we view strong, tough, empowered women."
The makeup mogul stayed out of the public eye while pregnant with her daughter, Stormi Webster.
Drew Barrymore revealed Wednesday that her body often feels like a “rollercoaster” as she gains and loses weight, because of pregnancy and acting roles.
Supermodel Ashley Graham, who is expecting a baby boy in January, posed for a nude yoga photo shoot.
Ashley Graham is among a host of pregnant celebrities who have embraced their evolving bodies, sharing it on social media to inspire a more normalized journey to motherhood.