PATHways, an innovative, new program housed at the University of Kentucky, provides both prenatal and addiction care to mothers with substance use disorders. So far, it's having positive results.
New research suggests tobacco exposure in the womb elevates one's risk of later antisocial behavior.
As privileged women increasingly embrace their “inner spinster,” a new study offers a timely reminder that single motherhood still comes with serious, material disadvantages for most women in this country.
An early look at a Pacific Standard story that's currently only available to print and digital magazine subscribers.
New research finds mothers who breastfeed for six months or longer are more likely to suffer a severe and prolonged loss of earnings.
New research finds both men and women tend to harshly evaluate breastfeeding mothers.
New research shows that fatherhood can make you a better man. While men don't endure the pangs of childbirth, studies show they get some of the same cognitive and physical benefits from their own altered biochemistry, which occurs once the baby arrives.