New and expecting mothers in South Carolina can now look forward to more support in health care.
Millions of people use infertility treatments to have a baby, but new research is linking those treatments to an increased risk for heart and pregnancy-related complications.
DHEC is encouraging all pregnant women across the state to get their COVID-19 vaccine, after a new study from the CDC found babies whose mothers got the two-dose shots have a reduced risk of being hospitalized with the disease for the first six months of their lives.
The CDC is urging pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The urgent recommendation comes after the agency reported the highest number of pregnant women to die in a month.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and Prisma Health are joining the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their recommendation that pregnant women get vaccinated against COVID-19.
A new study shows U.S. birth rates have reached a record low. The birth rate fell again in 2020, for the 16th consecutive year.
A new study published in the Lancet Medical Journal found 23 million pregnancies worldwide end in miscarriage every year.
A new study suggests COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna do not appear to pose serious risk during pregnancy. Researchers reviewed data from more than 35,000 pregnant women from December of last year through February of this year.
COLUMBIA (WOLO): Doctors say some women may be thinking twice about getting the COVID-19 vaccine, after rumors circulating online claim it could cause infertility. But doctors also say the vaccine is not designed to harm our bodies. Local Reproductive Endocrinologist, Dr. Heather Cook, with Coastal Fertility Specialists in Lexington County says she receives questions and concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine…
A new study has found COVID-19 vaccines are effective and safe in pregnant and lactating women.