Here's what you need to know about the new warning against nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs after 20 weeks of pregnancy
The pandemic has dramatically changed the pregnancy experience and the U.S. may have 500,000 fewer births as a result.
As you talk to your doctor about your reproductive health and other factors we typically associate with pregnancy, you should also pay close attention to your heart.
Fear of the pandemic and historically poor outcomes for Black women giving birth in hospitals is fuelling a demand for home births.
Remember that many crucial steps in protecting your baby's health need to take place during your pregnancy, like taking your prenatal vitamins, eating healthy and making sure you get necessary vaccines.
Many working parents with young or school-age children may have to quit their job to stay home as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on.