The study is published online today (March 24) in the journal Human Reproduction. She encouraged women who are trying to
By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer Published: 04/23/2013 03:42 PM EDT on LiveScience Copyright 2013 LiveScience
And the reigning impression is wrong: The weight of evidence suggests that moderate levels of stress and anxiety do none
If you're pregnant and already feeling stressed, don't let this report (or any of the other ones out there) worry you too much. Instead do what you can to relax. Here are seven ways I found that work.
Results show that women reporting high levels of stress — as measured on a scale of depression and anxiety symptoms — were
Women know what to avoid in pregnancy. But suppose your obstetrician said: "I want you to make sure you don't get stressed out. Your stress could permanently alter your child's brain."