Pregnancy

Early pregnancy bleeding (also called first trimester bleeding) refers to vaginal bleeding before 14 weeks of gestational age.

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Women who experience depression during pregnancy or after birth have higher risk of cardiovascular disease

Women who experience depression during pregnancy or after birth have higher risk of cardiovascular disease - EurekAlert

Chronic high blood pressure during pregnancy doubled between 2008 and 2021 in the U.S.

AJPH study reveals that COVID-19 has widened racial gaps in pregnancy-associated deaths from non-obstetric causes ... - EurekAlert

Millions Are at Risk – Fluoride Consumption During Pregnancy May Harm Fetal Brain Development

Pregnancy Workouts Alter Brain Chemistry to Fight Offspring Obesity

What Is Really Going On With Charlotte the Stingray? It’s been months since a Hendersonville aquarium blew up the internet with its announcement of a “miracle” pregnancy, and experts and online fans are growing concerned. When we tried to visit, they called the police.

Do epilepsy medications taken during pregnancy affect a child's creativity?

Exposure to mixtures of endocrine-disrupting chemicals during pregnancy linked to higher odds of metabolic syndrome in children

Personalized screening early in pregnancy may improve preeclampsia detection

Pregnancy cytokine levels impact fetal brain development and offspring behavior

Researchers find that accelerated aging biology in the placenta contributes to a rare form of pregnancy-related heart failure

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy increase risk of cardiovascular death after giving birth

Pregnancy may speed up 'biological aging,' study suggests

Pregnancy accelerates biological aging in a healthy, young adult population

Cannabis use in pregnancy may raise children’s risk of ADHD and autism

Even moderate alcohol usage during pregnancy linked to birth abnormalities

New Research Indicates That Popular Diabetes Drug Could Impact Brain Development During Pregnancy

Pregnancy Increases Biological Age, but Giving Birth Changes it Back

Women with obesity do not need to gain weight during pregnancy, new study suggests