A new study by the Cleveland Clinic shows that certain factors such as taking oral contraceptives or giving birth later in life can make women almost four times as likely to develop MS as men. Take a look at this video to learn more.
When Tania and Rudy saw their daughter Natasha's face for the first time, it was amazing. Everything had been going wrong, and this was the first thing that was right. Watch this video from Discovery Health's "Deliver Me."
College basketball player Lauren is rushed to the hospital after she experiences intolerable stomach cramps. Lauren and her mom receive a shocking diagnosis that despite being on the birth control pill, Lauren is 34 weeks pregnant and in labor.
Alaska's congressional delegation is backing Shell Oil's bid to drill. If you're looking for heart attack you can find it in KFC's new Double Down sandwich, and research shows that one in ten fathers experience postpartum depression.
The Carpio sextuplets are the first Hispanic sextuplets born in the U.S. All of the babies weigh between 1 and 2 pounds at birth, and their chance of survival is 50/50 at best. Can all six babies survive?
Danie fears that if she tells her dad she's pregnant, he will reject her child the way he rejected Danie as a kid. As preparation for the moment she tells him the truth, Danie hopes that an ultrasound visit will help to soften the blow.
After experiencing bad headaches and going to the doctor, Richanne learns that she is suffering from a brain tumor. She is even more shocked when she learns that she is pregnant, three days after receiving her diagnosis.
After delivering a stillborn baby nine months ago, Jen now finds herself pregnant again and scheduled to deliver on the anniversary of her baby's death. Feeling alone with no friends to support her during her loss, she fears going through loss again.
Tessa, a college student and babysitter, is scared to tell her conservative parents she is four months pregnant. Hiding under large clothes, Tessa is starting to show. Can anyone else tell that Tessa is pregnant?
When she was 18, Chanda was pregnant out of wedlock and kept the details secret from her conservative parents. Eight years later, Chanda is pregnant out of wedlock again and dating an ex-con. Can she prove to her parents that she's grown up?
Six months pregnant, time is running out for Jen to reveal her pregnancy to her close friends. The time has come for her to finally face them and announce her news. Will they be there for her when she needs them most?
Chanda is now more than five months pregnant and keeping the news of her pregnancy and relationship secret from her parents. In order to prepare for the days ahead, she decides to test the waters by telling her cousins first. Will they receive it well?