Recent research says certain levels of fluoride during pregnancy might not be safe for your baby. Here’s what you need to know.
Over-the-counter fetal heart monitors allow you to listen to your baby’s heartbeat when you’re pregnant. But is an at-home fetal Doppler safe for your baby?
In your second and third trimesters, doing daily kick counts to log your baby's little jabs and flutters is recommended (and can be reassuring).
Did you know your placenta feeds your baby and removes its waste? Here's everything your placenta does during pregnancy, plus a few rare complications.
Healthcare professionals are working fervently to help mothers who are battling opioid addiction.