Posted on · The CDC released two reports Friday following months of warnings from doctors and health officials that this group is particularly vulnerable to COVID.
Posted on · A legal and medical expert look into how the abortion restriction law can penalize clinics, impact medically at-risk pregnancies, and other listener questions and concerns.
Posted on · Starting Sept. 1, new mothers will get a full six months of coverage before being removed from the program.
Posted on · Filipina and Pacific Islander women were respectively 35% and 45% more likely to experience a negative outcome compared to white women.
Posted on · Dr. Kjersti Aagaard of Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital shares some simple things expectant women should know about COVID-19 and the coronavirus that causes it.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: COVID-19 and pregnancy, the effect on jails and prisons, how courts have adapted, tips for staying physically active, and our monthly film segment, The Bigger Picture.
Posted on · An upcoming conversation examines how IVF and other reproductive technologies are changing our approach to parenthood.
Posted on · OB/GYN Dr. Virginia Hall says more women would end up diagnosed, but it would make them and their babies healthier in the long run.
Posted on · Dr. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer with UT Southwestern Medical Center confirms that a heatwave is more challenging with a baby on the way
Posted on · There is currently no vaccine against Zika, but scientists are working on it.
Posted on · Justices made the decision months after the teenager, who was in federal custody in Brownsville, terminated her pregnancy. Federal officials argued they didn't have time to appeal a lower court's ruling that cleared the way for the procedure.
Posted on · Researchers are looking at how Harvey may have affected women who were pregnant during the storm
Posted on · Area researchers say the rates are often due to disparities in access to care
Posted on · A new report says current and former Texas foster youth face greater pregnancy risks and calls on the state to provide health care and education to at-risk teens.
Posted on · Some of the state’s top health experts released a report in the medical journal Obstetrics & Gynecology on Monday that used a new method for counting — and found that the number of women who died dropped from 147 to 56