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Zika in the US: How Doctors Help Infants With Microcephaly
An infant born in New Jersey yesterday is the second known baby suspected of being born with Zika-related microcephaly in the U.S. The case has highlighted how medical officials in the U.S. are monitoring other pregnant women, amid fears that the Zika virus could be transmitted locally. At
Tests Give Women, Men a Preview of Fertility
Annie Gerhart is a 32-year-old single woman focused on her career. She is not ready for kids just yet but would like a family eventually. “I'm in my early 30s and I know that I want to have kids at some point in my life,” the California resident told ABC News. Gerhart took advantage of a test that
Police Interrogate Boyfriend of Missing Pregnant Woman: Part 2
Eight days after her disappearance, Kelsie Schelling's 2011 black Chevy Cruze was found at a hospital in Pueblo, Colorado.
Surrogate Mom Who Kept Baby With Down Syndrome Says Toddler Is Hitting Milestones
Andrea Ott-Dahl said she was more than happy to serve as surrogate to her friends who were having trouble getting pregnant, but she and her wife, Keston Ott-Dahl, were unaware that it would change their lives forever. In January 2013, two months into the pregnancy, doctors told the couple, who live
'Emotional Pain' of Miscarriage Captured in Photo Series
A California woman has captured the heartbreak of miscarriage in a powerful photo series. "They say in giving you receive," fine art photographer, Dianne Yudelson, said in a statement to ABC News. "I have found this to be true, especially when you give from the heart. In helping to heal others'
Adele's Pregnancy Photos, Images of Son Reportedly Hacked and Shared
Singer Adele is the newest high profile victim of photo hacking after private photos of her were reportedly stolen and posted to a fan page on Facebook. According to The Sun , a British newspaper, the leak includes extremely personal pictures that were taken during the singer's pregnancy and an
Doctors 'Grow' Jaw for Girl With 1-in-a-Million Condition
A Washington state girl can now show off her smile after doctors were able to "regrow" her lower jaw. Alexis Melton, 7, was born with a rare genetic condition called auriculo-condylar syndrome, which caused the malformation of her jaw, according to the Seattle Children's Hospital. “Lexi’s condition
Zika Virus Continues to Infect Pregnant US Travelers
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser reports the latest health news concerning the potentially fatal virus.
CDC Starts Registry to Track Outcome of Zika Infection in Pregnant Women
According to the CDC, half a million pregnant women come to the United States each year from Zika-affected areas.