Birthrates are cyclical and have gone up and down throughout history.
The tiny swimmers appear to transmit signals that "persuade" the female body to have a baby.
New research from the University of Granada found that stress could help determine sex.
A large new study puts caffeine-drinking moms on alert.
"Such studies will lead to a better understanding of brain development in both autistic and typical individuals."
The CDC's latest youth risk survey houses some scary numbers but shows that evidence-based sex education is working.
Why do Black newborns have a relatively high mortality rate in the U.S. — and how does the race of the doctor factor in?
While many people don't think its all that bad, a new study suggests you should lay off while expecting.
According to researchers at Washington State University, the answer is yes.
Is it ethical to use a dead man's sperm to become pregnant?
A new study in Human Reproduction says men have to keep moving.
A team of Japanese researchers comes across a remarkably simple trick.
A unique 3D model allows researchers to explore embryonic development.
If a fetus is a person, would it be a citizen too?
Don't get too excited, there is a catch to the study.
The answer can be found several thousand years ago, in the Roman city of Cyrene.
"Dinner and drinks" may take on a new, more provocative meaning.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University supports making birth control pills available without a prescription.
There is a debate among would-be parents and experts alike, as to whether it’s better to undergo prenatal genetic testing and know if there is a problem – or not. Here are the pros and cons.
Many women are unable to have children due to age restrictions on IVF. Dr. Dominic Wilkinson, Director of Medical Ethics at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, challenges the 4 most flawed arguments.