Women on the acne medication isotretinoin are often advised to take birth control, but are they heeding the warnings?
Condition Center: Family Planning
With wave after wave of alarming news about the Zika virus in the news recently, it's nice to hear something positive.
Worldwide abstinence and fidelity programs funded by the US government at a cost of $1.4 billion have failed to prevent HIV.
For couples having trouble getting pregnant, there are a variety of procedures that can help them conceive. New research indicates that testing the m...
Alcohol and pregnancy don't -- and shouldn’t -- mix.
Soy products—foods that contain soybeans and their derivatives—are fairly commonplace and are often used as meat substitutes. Though there is som...
Giving birth at home may not be as dangerous as some think.
The due date guessing game may be about to get a whole lot easier.
The gift of life is arguably the most precious thing anyone can give or receive. Now, some women in the UK are receiving the ability to give life.
When it comes to unexplained infertility, the type of treatment you receive could make a difference in your outcome.
Infertility can be a big concern for some women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). But exercise and weight loss may be here to help.
It turns out a child’s place in the family may influence his or her health later in life.
Young breast cancer patients commonly have fertility concerns, and those concerns may affect their decisions about treatment.
If you're having trouble conceiving, changing up your work schedule might be the solution you're looking for.
Once the delivery option of last resort, C-sections now appear to be all the rage. But the jury is still out on whether that's a good thing.
Men, your age may make a difference when it comes to fatherhood.
The passage to parenthood can rock even the happiest of couples. But what happens if you find that you and your partner are unhappy after baby?
The device once marketed as a safer and cheaper alternative to getting your "tubes tied" may not be so safe after all.