Saudi authorities have arrested the suspect
Female inmates reveal distress of being handcuffed when eight months pregnant
Research into how children born prematurely might be affected later in life is only useful if it leads to extra support for early babies and their parents
The report's authors have called for further research to examine the possible link and caution their current results are not yet conclusive
As the number of private clinics offering help with conception grows, they must be careful not to offer treatments whose claims are untested – and which even may be damaging
‘At best, patients are subject to exploitation; at worst, patients are being subjected to harm’ says one of Britain's leading fertility experts
It might sound impossible to predict, but cross calculating names and ages of women may hold the answer to which women are most likely to become mothers in 2017
'Without details of the analysis, or any theory of action this looks like low-grade evidence and, if not peer-reviewed, seems irresponsible'
New York's only bar designed with pregnant women in mind, called Gestations, was only a joke
The 25-year-old woman, known only as Sarah, has shared her experiences of the egg donation process to help dispel myths and stigma about the process
People need to understand that "Are you going to have another?" can be a very difficult question
'It is clear that you need healing and I hope that you get it,' victim tells her attacker
Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz began her study after a test carried out while she was pregnant discovered a trisomy in chromosome 2 - the second largest human chromosome
According to research published this week, three quarters of pregnant women and new mothers experience discrimination at work
"I can stick 3 fingers in between my 2 ab walls. But it's not about ascetics it's about functionality."
Situation so bad that 11 per cent of mothers returning to work felt forced to leave their job