Tough Choices Lie Ahead For Women Getting Ready To Give Birth During Coronavirus PandemicMany hospitals are now limiting visitors for women going into labor, and it’s making for some tough choices.
Texas: Evangelical Women's Health Group Owes State $1.5MAn Associated Press investigation found that the group came nowhere close to serving 50,000 women, as it had promised.
Women's Tennis Tour Changes Rules For Players Returning From PregnancyThe WTA announced that players returning to the tour may use a special ranking for up to three years after the birth of a child.
Dallas' Dueling Abortion Billboards: What Happened Next?In Dallas, it was the billboard battle about abortion in the black community that became national news.
CDC: Opioid Addiction Among Pregnant Women SkyrocketsA new report from the CDC has revealed a troubling surge in opioid use among pregnant women.
CDC: Rate Of Pregnant Women Addicted To Opioids Skyrocketed In 15 YearsA new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sheds light on the devastating consequences opioid addiction can have on pregnant women.
Poppy Seed Bagel Causes Woman Giving Birth To Fail Drug TestElizabeth Eden was headed to St. Joseph Medical Center on April 4 and had a poppy seed bagel for breakfast before going into labor.
Serena Says "Funk" Has Her Feeling Like "Not A Good Mom"A week after suffering the worst defeat of her tennis career, Serena Williams has admitted that she is struggling with "postpartum emotions," and has felt in a "funk."
Internet Sensation April The Giraffe Is Pregnant AgainApril, the giraffe whose pregnancy became an internet sensation last year, is pregnant once again. Jordon Patch of Animal Adventure Park in New York confirmed the news on Wednesday.
Woman Slams Walgreens After Pharmacist Refuses To Give Miscarriage MedsA woman has criticized Walgreens online, saying that the pharmacist at the store refused to fill her prescription for a medicine prescribed to induce a miscarriage.
Burger King Apologizes For Russian World Cup 'Impregnation' AdBurger King Russia apologized after an advertisement that offered Russian women the chance to win $47,000 and free Whoppers for life if they got impregnated by a World Cup player.