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Chronic stress isn't just in your head — it can affect your entire body. Insider spoke with Cindy Geyer, MD, and Joel Kahn, MD to find out how.
Do babies have a higher risk of dying from coronavirus? They have weaker immune systems, but death rates for infants are low.
In the US, there have only been a handful of reports of babies dying with COVID-19. Underdeveloped body systems can make them vulnerable.
Alex Morgan completed her regular, high-intensity workout schedule 6 days per week through most of her pregnancy
The USWNT star planned to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics mere months after giving birth and trained throughout pregnancy accordingly.
Alex Morgan’s latest deal with Nike features groundbreaking maternity protections, including guaranteed pay for 18 months
"It's not like women can't do both—our bodies are incredible—it's the fact that this world isn't really set up for women to thrive," Alex Morgan said.
There are benefits to holding off on pregnancy during the coronavirus pandemic. It’s still up to you, experts say.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine has guidelines discouraging couples from beginning fertility treatments during this time.
A New York City mom gave birth in a hospital without her partner because of coronavirus restrictions. Here’s what it was like.
A short-lived rule at a number of NYC hospitals banned companions from delivery rooms because of risks related to the coronavirus.
Some pregnant people want to switch to a home birth as the coronavirus spreads, but midwives warn a sudden change in plans could be risky
New hospital policies that bar support people are scaring those who are about to give birth, but the home-birth alternative isn't necessarily better.
Couples are being told to delay fertility treatments during the coronavirus pandemic. Some worry they’ll miss the chance to have kids.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine's guidelines recommend people delay new, nonurgent fertility treatments.
There may be a worldwide condom shortage as factories are forced to shut down during the coronavirus pandemic
Condom factories in Asia have shut down during the coronavirus pandemic, creating a chain effect that could leave contraception in short supply.
There is new evidence suggesting expectant moms can pass it on in utero, but pregnant women are not especially susceptible to coronavirus.