During the 9 months of pregnancy, a fertilized egg cell develops into a new human being.
The birth control pill, often simply called "the pill," was first approved for use 60 years ago. The oral contraceptive changed lives and lifestyles. It was championed but also condemned. But how relevant is it today?
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.
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.
It's not just the mother's age that matters. According to new research, men's biological clocks are ticking, too. Older fathers may put their infants — and partners — at risk for pregnancy complications.
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