Researchers have observed that women with MS experience significant improvement in their symptoms during pregnancy.
A new study suggests pregnant women exposed to air pollution give birth to smaller babies, but living in greener areas could counteract the effect.
Researchers also suggest that smoking traditional cigarettes instead of e-cigarettes could raise the risk of delivering an underweight child.
Unsettling research reveals that pregnant women are routinely being exposed to chemicals known to both increase cancer risk and potentially harm child development.
Pregnant women may want to "thank" their partner's genes for all those cravings they get while carrying a child.
Nine out of ten pregnant women (89%) have experienced at least one type of food craving during a pregnancy.