Zurzuvae, a pill meant to treat severe depression after giving birth, is the first of its kind to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Pfizer announced an experimental vaccine that, when administered during pregnancy, would protect infants from severe illness for up to six months of life.
A woman is suing Walmart, claiming they did not give her proper accommodations to pump breast milk at work, and then fired her after she complained about it.
The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 was put in place to protect expectant mothers from being cast aside, but that doesn’t mean finding a new job while pregnant is easy.
As the Russia-Ukraine war drags on, Ukrainian gestational surrogate agencies are doing all they can to keep mothers and babies safe.
A complaint to the SEC alleges that Natera misled investors and others about its prenatal screening product.
Abnormal placenta in pregnancy