Your Pregnancy Matters Stories
Trying to find the perfect gift for a parent-to-be? Physicians highlight the best gifts they received when they were expecting.
Prenatal vitamin options are endless, but the average woman who eats a healthy diet really only needs to worry about two supplements.
Life’s first test is given 1 minute after birth. But parents should remember a baby’s Apgar score only reflects that moment.
It can be tough to go home and leave a newborn in the NICU. But web cameras allow parents to connect and take part in a baby’s care even when they’re not there.
There are hundreds of pregnancy apps available, but remember these three tips before downloading them.
Going past a pregnancy due date can be frustrating. How long is too long to be pregnant, and what should mother-to-be do when her due date comes and goes?
Lindsey Duke knows firsthand the pain of losing a baby during pregnancy. She offers advice to parents who may be facing a similar situation.
A cancer diagnosis doesn’t necessarily mean infertility. Learn more about pre-treatment fertility preservation options for cancer patients.
A babymoon can be a great way to bond with your partner and relax before a new baby arrives. Here are seven tips for enjoying a safe, relaxing trip.
Certified nurse midwives are now on staff at Clements University Hospital. Learn about their training and how they care for patients during childbirth