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Pregnant Women and Melanoma: American College of Surgeons Study Says Pregnancy is Not A Risk Factor [VIDEO]

May 02, 2017 AM EDT While melanoma is the most common type of cancer, pregnant women are not more at risk of it.

Pregnancy Supplements Have No Evidence To Improve Babies And Mothers’ Health; Doctors Advice Folic Acid And Vitamin D Instead

Jul 14, 2016 PM EDT Pregnancy supplements are proven to be just a waste of time and money since no scientific evidence to prove its benefits in the improvement of babies and mothers’ health. Researchers confirmed this ...

Pica Disorder Linked to Low Iron Levels among Pregnant Teens, Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant teens who have low iron levels crave and consume non-food items, according to a Cornell University study.

High Stress Hormone Levels Are Passed On From Mothers to Babies, Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Women in low-income groups experience high cortisol levels during pregnancy and due to this, their babies are born with elevated levels of the stress hormone, according to a study by the University of ...

Unhealthy Mothers Less Likely to Breastfeed, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant women in poor health are 30 percent less likely to breastfeed than those without any health complication, according to a study by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

Green Spaces Increase Birth Weight: Study

Jul 29, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant women residing near green spaces deliver babies with higher birth weights, according to a new study by the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

Calcium and Vitamin D Supplements Boost Metabolism in Pregnant Women with Gestational Diabetes, Study

Jun 25, 2014 AM EDT Women diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) can increase their metabolism through calcium and vitamin D supplements, according to a new study by Iran's Isfahan University.

Pesticides Stunt Development of Unborn Child’s Brain, Study

Jun 23, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant women, who are exposed to chemical pesticides, face a two-thirds heightened risk of having a child with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental delays, according to a new study by the ...

Louisville Recruit Faces Felony Charge for Making 14-Year-Old Cousin Pregnant

Feb 27, 2014 AM EST Sharieff Inuka Rhaheed-Muhammad, a 17-year-old University of Louisville recruit, was arrested Monday for allegedly making his 14-year-old cousin pregnant with his baby.

Bus Driver Was Unconscious in Accident That Killed Seton Hill’s Pregnant Lacrosse Coach (UPDATE)

Dec 12, 2013 AM EST Anthony M. Guaetta, the 61-year-old bus driver, who passed away in the vehicle crash that also killed a Seton Hill Lacrosse coach, was unconscious at the time of the incident, a nine month ...

Exposure to Lotion and Deodorant Linked To Preterm Birth, Study

Nov 20, 2013 AM EST Pregnant women, who are exposed to higher levels of common chemicals such as phthalates are at a greater risk of delivering premature babies, according to a University of Michigan School of Public ...

UC Faces Lawsuit for Confining Pregnant and Nursing Pigs in a Livestock Exhibit

Jul 19, 2013 AM EDT The University of California (UC) are in the docks for confining pregnant and nursing pigs in a livestock exhibit.

Top 5 Reasons Why Mosquitoes Bite Some People More Than Others

Jul 15, 2013 AM EDT Similar to human beings, mosquitoes too have tasty food choices! The little bloodsuckers do not bite every human being they come in contact with; they select their prey based on certain physical ...

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