Two Sisters Give Birth 90 Minutes ApartTheir two healthy baby boys were born just 90 minutes apart. Both sisters believe it was a wink from their dad, helping them stay together in a time of isolation. In a year that brought so many challenges, this family has two reasons to smile this holiday season.
Laughing Gas Now An Option For More Minn. MothersOne of the things that pregnant women sometimes worry about is pain during childbirth. Hospitals across the Twin Cities are now bringing back a pain relief option that was widely used decades ago -- laughing gas.
Good Question: What Is Appropriate To Say To A Pregnant Woman?Pregnancy is a physical and emotional experience for moms. It’s also one that brings all kinds of comments from those around them. So, what's appropriate, (and what's not!) to say to a pregnant woman? Good Question.
Baby Born On Sidewalk In Front Of Mayo Clinic MethodistA couple rushing to a Rochester hospital for the imminent birth of their daughter didn't quite make it to the delivery room -- but they came so very close. Kannon Schultz was born on the sidewalk in front of the Mayo Clinic Methodist hospital entry door with the help of an employee who was just leaving work.
Good Question: Why Are Women Waiting Longer To Have Kids?A report released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Thursday finds women are waiting longer to have children.
Minn. Mother Of Surviving Separated Twin Posts Update, PictureA Minnesota mother who gave birth in late August to conjoined twins– one of which passed away – has released an emotional and uplifting update on the health of the surviving twins.
A Minn. State Fair Tradition: The 'Miracle Of Birth Center' ReturnsThe Minnesota State Fair is all about tradition. Every year, you probably have Sweet Martha's Cookies, the cheese curds and swing by the Miracle of Birth Center, which is one of the most popular attractions at the Fair.
Minn. Woman Gives Birth To Conjoined Twins In Colorado, 1 Baby DiesA Colorado hospital where a Minnesota woman gave birth to conjoined twins said Thursday that one of the babies died after a complicated five-hour separation procedure. Amber McCullough delivered the twin girls, Hannah and Olivia, by cesarean section on Wednesday.
Eagan Woman Forced To Deliver Baby At Home On Bathroom FloorHaving 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.
Delivery Rooms Brace For Polar Vortex Baby BoomIt's been nine months since our bitter cold winter ended. Now, delivery rooms are bracing themselves for a Polar Vortex baby boom. All 39 maternity rooms and the NICU are full this weekend at a Des Moines hospital.
1 Year Later, Both Parents In Same-Sex Couples Have Legal RightsIt's been over a year since same sex couples have been allowed to legally wed in Minnesota. And in the months since gay marriage has been legal, for some couples, like Tara and Amy, the process of starting a family has changed, as well.
Expectant Mothers Protest Hudson Hospital For Stopping VBACs Having a baby is a life-changing experience. There is a lot of decision making that goes into planning for the child, and one of those is how the woman wants to deliver. There are a lot of options.
Twins' Arcia Stays Behinds After Birth Of ChildThe Twins were playing short-handed Tuesday night against the Royals while outfielder Oswaldo Arcia spent time with his family following the birth of his baby boy. Twins assistant general manager Rob Antony said Arcia declined to take paternity leave.
With All-Star Appearance & New Baby, Neshek Has Great 2014So many of the players on the All-Star team are familiar to Minnesota fans. One of them is not only a former Twin, but he grew up here too. Pat Neshek cut his teeth as a middle reliever for the Minnesota Twins, with his strange and effective delivery.
WCCO Reporter Heather Brown Welcomes Baby GirlHow adorable is Heather Brown's new baby girl? Good Question -- and as of Thursday morning, it's one we can finally answer.