Alongside its central role in the biomechanics of labor and delivery, oxytocin helps strengthen the mother-baby bond.
History tells us that some labor and delivery practices arose from whimsy—which means you should often do what feels natural and comfortable to you.
Most women give birth lying on their back, but that doesn’t mean you have to do the same.
Stay hydrated and keep protein and carbs top of mind.
A longtime OB-GYN has built a legacy that spans generations for families in West Michigan and beyond.
Exercise, affirmations and other smart approaches can get you ready—and excited—for baby's delivery day.
Certified nurse midwives can add a whole new dimension of care and quality to your birth plan.
Anxiety and depression can afflict pregnant moms and new moms alike. Know what to watch for and when to get help.
Trend is seen in industrialized countries around the world.
There's no question about it: Breathing techniques play a leading role on the labor stage.
Much about pregnancy and childbirth is the same today as it was generations ago—but there are plenty of tech gadgets to keep things interesting.
Recognizing that good bacteria promotes good health, food makers are creating more products that contain probiotics and prebiotics.