Tag : miscarriages

Nancy Kerrigan Had Multiple Miscarriages

Moms  12 April '17

Nancy Kerrigan Recounts Her 6 Miscarriages On 'DWTS': 'It Made Me Feel Like A Failure'

Nancy Kerrigan shot to fame in the 1990s as a figure skater. She revealed her struggles with miscarriages on "Dancing with the Stars," where she's one of this season's contestants.

Abortion in Texas

Pregnancy  5 December '16

New Texas Abortion Rules [LATEST UPDATE]: Religious Group Satanic Temple Slams Requirement Of Cremating, Burying Unborn Babies

Many have been opposing the new rules in Texas, which is requiring the cremation and burial of unborn babies and the latest group is the Satanic Temple.

Australia Celebrates Baby Boom

Pregnancy  22 April '16

English Woman With 2 Sets Of Uterus, Vagina & Cervix Conceives ‘Miracle’ Children After 6 Miscarriages

A British woman who was diagnosed with a rare condition called uterus didelphys was able to deliver two children from separate wombs.

New Study Links Coffee Consumption To Reduction In Liver Disease

Pregnancy  29 March '16

Caffeine Consumption In Male Partners Increases Miscarriage Risk In Pregnant Women

A new study shows that caffeine consumption in men is much of a factor in causing miscarriages as caffeine consumption in pregnant women. Meanwhile, multivitamin intake somewhat reduces the risk of failed pregnancies.

Pregnant Belly

Pregnancy  11 March '16

Lack of Stem Cells in the Womb Might Be the Cause of Multiple Miscarriages, Scientists Say

Scientists found out that the decrease in the number of stem cells in the lining of the womb causes multiple miscarriages.

Pregnant Woman

Pregnancy  22 February '16

Study: Giving Birth Later In Life May Cause Women To Suffer From Stroke and Heart Attack

A recent study showed that giving birth at age 40 and over increases a woman's chance of strokes, heart attacks, and other cardiovascular related deaths.

Baby's Feet

Parenting  2 October '15

'Greeting Cards' By Psychologist Seek To Comfort Women, Couples Who've Had Miscarriages

Miscarriages in the United States are fairly common. At least 15 to 20 percent of pregnant women go through the ordeal, according to the National Institutes of Health, but it is a situation that is hard to talk about and discuss with friends and family.

Twenty-five percent of miscarriages can be prevented

Parenting  20 February '14

Quarter of all miscarriages could be prevented with lifestyle changes, study suggests

New research from a group of Danish researchers suggests 25 percent of miscarriages could be prevented simply through lifestyle changes.

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