Find the latest health news on babies & pregnancy and get practical tips on eco-friendly child rearing.
A pharmacist mistakenly sold a pregnant woman a powerful anticancer drug that may cause birth defects or miscarriages.
NRDC scientist Sarah Janssen discusses how at least 163 chemicals can be found in pregnant women and why everyone should care about the implications.
Older women are more likely to give birth to bigger babies, while smaller newborns are more common among younger moms.
Prenatal diabetes raises a red flag for mom's future health.
Pregnant woman would receive special parking permits to park in no-parking and no-standing zones.
Sex in pregnancy is generally safe with few complications, according to a new primer for physicians who counsel patients.
Rebecca Williams called 911 moments after giving birth to a baby girl on the floor of her California home.
Insulin delivery system is able to maintain blood sugar levels at the right times in pregnant women, particularly during the night.
Milwaukee's infant mortality rate is among the highest in the nation. But why?
Regina M. Benjamin outlines obstacles to breastfeeding and the steps that businesses, hospitals and communities can take to remove them.
Blood test gives parents new information about their genes, but still leaves them with an agonizing decision.
'Wash it or chop it off?' Craig Ferguson's funny take on the circumcision decision.
Canada joins Europe and the U.S. in banning the known toxins from children's toys and products.
Video: NBC's Ron Mott reports from Memphis, Tenn., where teen pregnancy has become a big problem in the school district. Mental health experts Dr. Janet Taylor and Dr. Dale Atkins discuss this alarming statistic.
NRDC health scientist Dr. Sarah Janssen writes about a new study that found multiple chemicals in the blood and urine of pregnant U.S. women.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.