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Robyn Lawley is standing up for all women's autonomy over their bodies.
Worry is a normal response to the uncertainties of pregnancy, as well as to caring deeply about our babies.
Recovery is vital when it comes to life after birth.
One year ago, I had a miscarriage.
Here is what I’ve noticed about how women in France approach childbirth and breastfeeding.
It's been a powerful few days for fertility and the many issues that surround it.
What's it really like to use "fertility awareness" as birth control? If you listen to popular opinion, you're probably thinking the following: It's...
I found out I was pregnant when I was six weeks along, and those first 24 hours were the most confusing, scariest moments of my life. For someone...
Most of us are familiar with the side effects of starting hormonal birth control.
Not only is skin your largest organ, but much of what we put on it ends up in our blood stream, meaning it can also be found in your baby's.
Before I became pregnant, I thought Cesarean sections were performed only in the event of a true emergency.
I still remember the day I found out I was pregnant. It was a frigid day in New York City and the yellow taxi cabs were whizzing by on the streets...
"I want to tell you something, but don't get depressed," Dad says.
“I feel really comfortable putting in three.”
Pregnancy is an exciting (and scary!) time. If it’s your first pregnancy, then for the very first time in your life every decision you make effects...
I was 41 years old when my husband and I started seriously talking about having kids
The science places emphasis on the first 42 days after birth