Dr. Nancy Stone has supported and cared for many women during pregnancy and birth. She tells In Good Shape about her experiences and clarifies some of the biggest myths surrounding pregnancy.
Nearly one in three children in Germany are born via cesarean section. Now experts have unveiled the first C-section guidelines, which have the potential to unleash a "massive wave" of change in maternal health care.
This year, two children were born at the University Women's Hospital in Tübingen whose mothers had previously received a uterus transplant. The doctors involved are thrilled.
Mary, from Ghana, has neither residency documents nor health insurance, meaning she and her unborn baby are at risk. Many undocumented women in Germany delay medical procedures because they fear deportation.
We're expecting our first child. So everyone's asking: Awwww, will it be a boy or a girl? Why is everyone so fixated on gender? Anna Sacco asked the experts what our obsession does to children.
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