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Is Beyonce's Pregnancy Giving False Assurance to 30- to 40-Something Moms?
Finding the perfect time to get pregnant can be difficult even for celebrities.
Octomom Ready for New Beginning
Eight years after giving birth to octuplets, Nadya Suleman claims she no longer wants to be known by her infamous moniker and reveals the moment she knew she had to change her ways.
IVF Treatment and Egg-Freezing Costs Could Go Down
We have a whole lot of health headlines that women of all ages need to hear. Joining us is Dr. Jenashton. Jen, thanks for joining us. Good morning. I know you just got back from a really big reproductive cost where they talked about lowering the cost of egg freezing. Cost and affordable. For ivf. A
Janet Jackson's Baby Bump at 50
Okay now photos of fifty year old Janet Jackson. So it's not my baby bump would just released. Yeah. I don't know I owe us I don't know if I would do that and then I'll take it when I turned fifty a gang. What do you think would you do that at fifty it's it's it's I was Janet Jackson I would ask
Women's Health: Having a Baby in Your 40s and 50s
parenting trend of the more women are waiting for motherhood having children later in life. ABC's Mara schiavocampo is taking a closer look at what is behind the trend. Reporter: This morning a new article asking, is 50 the new 30 when it comes to getting pregnant. "Harper's bazaar" looking at the
This Week in History: July 24-30
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Janet Jackson Pregnancy Rumors Spark Conception Questions
With so many celebrities seeming to have babies much later in life, here's a look at conception options for middle aged woman.
Couples Crowdsourcing for IVF Treatments
Ben and Kate Lundquist posted a fundraising campaign to help raise money for their in vitro fertilization.
54-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth to Her Granddaughter
Tracey Thompson volunteered to act as surrogate for her daughter, Kelley McKissack, who struggled with infertility.
New Hope for Couples Struggling With Infertility
A new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association says in-vitro fertilization may be better at helping women get pregnant than previously believed.