Maria Menounos Is Engaged to Her Boyfriend of 19 Years
2016 is shaping up to be a big year for Maria Menounos . The TV personality and her longtime boyfriend, Keven Undergaro, got engaged this morning and revealed that they're trying to have a baby. Undergaro popped the question while Menounos was doing an interview on Howard Stern 's Sirius XM radio
Kris Jenner Worries About Pregnancy at 60
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star panicked about her potential pregnancy.
9 Burning Health Questions People Asked Google This Year
Chances are, one of the first places you turn for quick information on everything from that new diet fad to a troubling rash to a cough that won’t quit is your handy search engine (although if you have a medical concern, there’s no substitute for an IRL appointment with your doctor). So we asked
First Dogs Born Via IVF Give New Hope for Endangered Species
In a rare case of a scientific breakthrough that is equal parts adorable and groundbreaking, researchers managed to impregnate a dog via in-vitro fertilization, successfully leading to a litter for the first time. Now, seven adorable furry puppies could be the key to saving endangered wolf and fox
Lawsuit Alleges Birth Control Packing Error Led to Unwanted Pregnancies
The 113 women from 28 states are seeking millions in damages, with some asking for the total cost of raising a child until adulthood.
Charles Kelly and His Wife Open Up About Their Struggle to Have a Baby
The Lady Antebellum member and his wife, Cassie, share how they overcame infertility troubles and what got them through it.
Pregnant Wife of Lady Antebellum Member Details Fertility Struggle
As part of the chart-topping Lady Antebellum , Charles Kelley has helped take the music industry by storm. Now, Kelley, 33, has another reason to sing. He and his wife, 32-year-old Cassie McConnell Kelley , are expecting a baby after six years of marriage . McConnell Kelley talked to ABC News about
Yono Labs’ In-Ear Thermometer May Help Women Overcome Fertility Problem
An estimated 1.2 million women are trying to get pregnant and struggling. What if technology could help? That’s the question Vanessa Xi, founder of Yono labs, asked after she struggled with fertility issues. Her invention: an in-ear thermometer you sleep with. First let’s back up and look at the
New High-Tech Tool May Help Women Overcome Fertility Problems
Yono is an in-ear thermometer women can sleep with to try to measure their basal body temperature and help determine ovulation.
New PCOS Research May Offer Hope in Infertility Struggle
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects as many as 5 million women in the U.S. and is known to be the most common reason for infertility.