Doctor explains why COVID-19 vaccine does not cause infertility

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…

Watch: New Study on acetaminophen and pregnancy

(CNN) -According to a new study, pregnant women who take acetaminophen are more likely to have a hyperactive child. Its authors say expectant mothers exposed to the drug run a higher risk of having children with emotional or behavioral symptoms. The study published in JAMA Pediatrics shows more than half of all pregnant women in the U.S. and Europe, use…

Keshia Knight Pulliam Announces First Pregnancy

It’s hard to believe the actress who played the beloved little girl Rudy Huxtable will soon be the mother of a little girl herself. The former co-star of “The Cosby Show,” actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, announced Monday that she and husband Ed Hartwell are expecting a baby girl. The actress, 37, posted to her Instagram to share the good news….