Having a baby is not easy. It’s even more challenging if you end up not being able to leave your house for the delivery. But that’s just how it went down for Angela Reinders of Eagan last week.
When and how women decide to have a family is changing. In some cases, women are postponing parenthood to focus on their career. Apple and Facebook are now even offering to pay for female employees to freeze their eggs.
A Minneapolis husband and wife are still getting used to their unexpected fame. Jessica Devins set out to surprise her husband, Michael, with a creative way to let him know she’s expecting. They posted the video of the big reveal on YouTube Christmas Eve, and within weeks, the video got more than six million views and was all over social media.
A Twin Cities couple’s tender moment at a local pizza restaurant is getting talked about all around the nation this morning. It’s all because of one wife’s surprise for her husband in a photo booth.
A pregnancy discrimination case is in front of the Supreme Court and its outcome could affect women across the country. A former UPS worker says she was forced into taking unpaid leave when she became pregnant.
More women in the United States are choosing to breastfeed their kids. But new research from the University of Minnesota is shedding some light on the overall health of pregnant women.
A recent survey of pregnant women found most are eating little or no fish. Now, the federal government is out with new recommendations to try to change that. The concern is bigger fish have higher mercury levels, which can harm a developing brain.
Over the past several months of answering viewer’s ‘Good Questions’, you’ve watched my belly grow. So, now that I’m closing in on end of this journey, I thought it appropriate to ask: Are there any natural tricks to inducing labor? According to father-of-three, Chris Shaffer, “It just takes a little sauerkraut and that baby will come right out.”
A mother of three is working to increase awareness for a condition that can be deadly to an infant. Hilary Boyer didn’t know what to do when she started experiencing intense itching when she was about 20 weeks into her pregnancy.
Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
Two weeks after Republicans who control the state Assembly voted to create anti-abortion license plates that say “Choose Life,” Democrats have introduced a proposal to create plates that say “Support Planned Parenthood.”
A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked a new North Dakota law that bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected — as early as six weeks into pregnancy, calling the law “clearly invalid and unconstitutional.”
A new University of Minnesota study should put the minds of many pregnant women who are still on the job full-time at ease.
Researchers in Norway tracked 85,000 children and whether their mothers took a folic acid supplement.
You’ve probably heard of regular yoga and hot yoga, but have you heard of the yoga designed just for expecting mothers?
Romney might say he won’t restrict a woman’s right to choose, but his message is clearly coded for his rightwing base: you do not have to worry about the Supreme Court. Relax, I’m with you, but I’m running for president for Pete’s sake.
Babies and bars don’t mix, and one nonprofit found too many pregnant mothers were saddling up to the bar – some not even realizing they were expecting.
Teen births fell again in the United States in 2010 with the highest rate once more in Mississippi, according to a new government report.
Researchers at the Minnesota Department of Health found that one in 10 babies along the state’s North Shore had high levels of mercury.
Desperate to give her boyfriend a son but unable to conceive, Annette Morales-Rodriguez faked a pregnancy for months, court documents say, then began trolling Milwaukee’s streets for pregnant women in hopes of stealing an unborn baby.
A new report believes the U.S. will save billions of dollars….but is it morraly right?
A Wyoming, Minn. couple expecting the birth of their second child didn’t think he would come into the world as quickly as he did.
A GOP proposal in Minnesota would require parental consent before minors could seek treatment for pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases or drug and alcohol abuse, undoing a 40-year-old law that lets minors see doctors without letting a parent know.
Minnesota lawmakers are taking up a highly controversial abortion bill.
Minnesota could be the first state to try and stop doctors from inducing labor in pregnant women, unless it’s medically necessary.