Rethinking Bed Rest For Pregnancy

Rethinking Bed Rest For Pregnancy

Research indicates bed rest does not improve birth outcomes and can be risky for the mom. So why is it still prescribed by many doctors and midwives for about 20 percent of pregnant women in the U.S.?

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade announced the birth of their first child after enlisting a surrogate

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade announced the birth of their first child via surrogate on Thursday. Union had previously discussed her struggles with infertility, but the couple had not disclosed that they were expecting a baby. “We are sleepless and deliriou…

The Trump Administration Has Finalized a Birth Control Opt-Out Policy for Employers

The White House finalized a policy that allows employers with religious or moral objections to opt out of no-cost birth control provisions

Callum Wilson: Hunger took me from non-league to England squad

Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson says “hunger and desire” took him from non-league football to a first England call-up.

Female prisoners in England left to give birth alone in their cells, report reveals

Exclusive: Concern for welfare of pregnant women and their babies after research reveals lack of proper medical care in some English prisons Women are giving birth alone in prison cells without access to proper medical care, according to a startling new repor…

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