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Researchers compare maternal and fetal antibody responses to different COVID-19 vaccines.
Los anticuerpos del COVID-19 duran hasta 500 días después de la infección, según los investigadores.
HealthDay’s Mabel Jong will be joined by Stacey D. Stewart, the president & CEO of March of Dimes, and Dr. Chereena Walker, a hospitalist and mother of two from Missouri who experienced severe complications during her pregnancies. Stewart and Walker will discuss the risks that pregnant women — particularly women of color — face in the United States.
Pregnant women who experience gestational hypertension or preeclampsia at increased risk for heart disease later in life, researchers say.
About one third of pregnant women taking SSRIs still report significant depression symptoms, researchers find.
Survey of more than 1.1 million new mothers helps researchers identify risk factors for postpartum depression.
Smoking before and after becoming pregnant may delay embryo development and lead to smaller babies at birth, researchers say.
Most women have at least one risk factor for poor heart health before becoming pregnant, with obesity being the most common.
More pregnant women are using marijuana to help manage symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and insomnia, researchers say.
Chemicals Found in Certain Hair Products May Interfere with Hormone Levels in Pregnant Women, New Study Finds.
Chemicals found in personal care products may disrupt levels of hormones critical for maintaining pregnancy and fetal development, researchers say.
More than half of expectant and new mothers worry about their ability to pay medical and household bills, researchers say.
Pregnant women with symptomatic COVID-19 are more likely to have emergency complications during delivery, researchers say
Expectant moms who receive mRNA Covid-19 vaccines pass antibodies to their newborns, researchers find.
Obesity and older maternal age are likely contributing to a significant increase in gestational diabetes, researchers say
Researchers in Canada find no increase in preterm births or stillbirths during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic