The CDC now recommends that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or wanting to start a family get the vaccine. An OB/GYN answers your questions.
There might not be anyone more excited for the arrival of your bundle of joy than its grandma and grandpa. They’re more than willing to help out any way they can, and why wouldn’t you
Newborn babies who need intensive or specialized medical attention are often admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit until they’re healthy enough to go home, but research has found that even after a baby comes
Other than morning sickness, Jessica didn't have a complicated pregnancy. But When she was involved in a car accident at 26 gestational weeks, the status of Jessica’s pregnancy quickly changed.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common heart condition for women of child-bearing age. The medical director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Cook Children’s Medical Center shares his advice and insights about the disease as it relates to pregnancy.
As you cheer your child on from the stands, the last thing you may be thinking about is whether he or she will have a concussion this year. To be honest, it’s one of the
When tragedy strikes, whether it involves your family or a larger situation like the recent riot that took place at the United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C., it can often be hard to determine
If you have a kiddo away at college right now, you may be looking forward to their first arrival home since you dropped them off. But you may also be aware of how quickly COVID-19
New safety guidelines from the CDC discourage Americans from taking part in traditional trick-or-treating, which can be an extra kick in the gut for many families whose children’s usual outlets for fun and socialization have been uprooted
You’re pregnant and your daily routine is about to go by the wayside. Not that that’s bad. With a little one on the way, it just means you will soon have more important matters to