Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes 
Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes
A surprising study shows that the oldest child in a family may be at a higher risk of developing diabetes. Find out why.
Breast milk donors give boost to Chicago’s at-risk infants  Featured
Breast milk donors give boost to Chicago’s at-risk infants
Like wet nurses of old, Illinois’ first milk bank provides for babies at risk.
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula? 
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula?
New research says adding tiny amounts of formula during a newborn’s first days of life, along with breastfeeding, could have long-term health benefits for babies.
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies? 
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies?
Save the Children’s annual report ranks the top countries to be a mom. Here are the results.
Can pregnancy after 30 have health benefits?  Featured
Can pregnancy after 30 have health benefits?
Women choosing to have children later in life may face a number of health risks. But new research finds that older moms-to-be have a lower risk for uterine cancer.
Can major stress put your pregnancy at risk? 
Can major stress put your pregnancy at risk?
Stressful, traumatic events can lead to stillbirth, new research says. Learn which stressful events are the most common and how they affect pregnancy.
Family planning in a digital world 
Family planning in a digital world
What happens when retailers knows more about your body than you do?