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Metformin was developed in the 1950s as a treatment for diabetes, but doctors have now found a new use for the drug. Can it make you more fertile?
Nearly 34 percent of American adults are obese -- a risk factor for infertility in both women and men. But can dropping a few pounds really help boost your fertility?
Men with prostate cancer face worries of their own well being -- and that of any children they hope to have later in life. Those considering brachytherapy treatment should weigh the benefits ... and risks.
If that ticking you hear seems to be getting louder, it may not be in your head. By the time most women hit age 40, only about 3 percent of their ovarian eggs remain. Can DHEA help fertility?
Ayana Rose-Williams, therapist of My Mom is Obsessed, lays down the ground rules for teens and how much responsibility they should really have.
It certainly seems like more and more multiple births are happening -- especially if you follow celebrity pregnancies. What's behind the multi-baby phenomenon?
Parenting is no cake walk, even if the rewards are sweet. And becoming parents to twins, triplets or higher-order multiples requires extra patience and planning.
You don't need a big budget or a fancy catalog for designer toys to provide your baby with fun tools for cognitive and physical development. But which toys are the best?
Parents, politicians and some researchers have touted the notion that listening to classical music can boost the mind, and maybe even test scores. But not everyone agrees.
It's been said that children are gifts -- little bundles of joy. And when those bundles arrive in twos, threes or more, it can be extra rewarding -- and challenging.
Every birth is momentous to those involved, but some birth stories stand out for being medical (or social media) miracles. Which five made our list?
Important advice for being as healthy as possible before pregnancy. Learn more about these 5 ways to detox naturally before pregnancy.
After experiencing a night filled with severe abdominal cramps, Katlyn is surprised to discover that she is having a baby - on the bathroom floor.
There's no perfect science to raising a teenager. Some days just don't make sense. But if you know the traits teens dislike, you can at least brace yourself for what's ahead.
Axl Rose once sang, in November Rain, that everybody needs some time on their own. But how about when it's that sweet child o' yours?
Parenting is like traveling without a map. It's easy to make mistakes. Sometimes, we go a long way down the wrong road without realizing it. Check out these 10 bad parenting habits and how to kick them.
Work-life balance is the ultimate test for any mother, and usually, it never equals out. But we've come up with some tips to help.
We all know that it's bad news to be stressed out a lot, but what about when you're expecting? Should pregnant women be especially wary of this amped-up state? We'll ponder 5 ways that stress affects a pregnancy in this article.
Pregnancy is never easy. But being aware of all the resources available can be a big help. See our list of top pregnancy resources to learn more.
To make sure your little bundle of joy arrives healthy, it's a good plan to have regular monitoring tests during your pregnancy. See what's in store for the next nine months.
Bad habits are hard to break. But, if you're thinking about having a baby, here are five things you'll want to quit before pregnancy.
Not all types of radiation are created equal. Some types of exposure is considered safe, while others are not. How does radiation exposure affect unborn babies?
The hormone hCG is produced when a woman is pregnant. Find out what role it plays in pregnancy and fertility in this article.
When dealing with a depressed child, itâ€™s important to get creative and get moving. Learn more about what you can do at home to help childhood depression from this article.
Some childhood illnesses are better treated at home, while others require immediate medical attention. Learn more about when you should call the doctor about your sick child from this article.