Mom-to-bes can expect a fair amount of aches. Watch this trimester-specific guide on how to tell if your pain or cramping could be more serious.
How to have a healthy pregnancy and birth when you're diagnosed with complications like preterm labor, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes or placenta previa.
Learn your risk factors for preterm labor and what you can do now to prepare for a potential early delivery.
Early labor happens anytime before 37 weeks. Learn about the signs and different ways your doctor might try to slow down the labor.
Spotting or bleeding can be a scary symptom when you are pregnant. Here's what you should know.
Learn about the risks that come with premature delivery.
Find out about placenta previa and whether you're at risk.
What happens if baby's amniotic sac ruptures prematurely?
A very rare case of uterine rupture is captured with a jaw-dropping image you have to see to believe.
A large study highlights the potentially lifelong dangers for a child born to a woman who experienced domestic abuse during pregnancy.
When used in pregnant mice, it provided complete protection against pre-term birth triggered by bacteria, protected against infant fatalities, and led to a correction in the low birth weight normally associated with pre-term babies.
The risks for preterm birth, gestational diabetes, and preeclampsia increase when the baby is a boy, according to new research.
A new app proves successful in predicting if baby is on the way too soon.
Not enough vitamin B12 may be to blame for an increased risk of preterm birth, according to new research.
Being small doesn't define these kids!
The what's, why's and how's of placental abruption.
What could cervical incompetence mean for you and your baby?
Pregnant women with higher levels of BPA more likely to deliver early, according to a new study.
Preterm birth rates are falling, according to the March of Dimes' 2015 Premature Birth Report Card--but we still have far to go. See where your state and city rank in this year's list.
A full nine months is important for baby and mom. Here's why.
According to a new study, depression in both expectant mothers and fathers increases the risk of premature birth.
Exposure to high levels of air pollution in pregnancy may increase the risk of having a preterm baby, new research says.
A new landmark study identifies six genes linked with a greater chance of delivering early. See what these new findings could mean for your pregnancy.