Growth percentile charts have been used since 1977 when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) introduced them as a tool for pediatricians to measure and monitor a child’s growth. For children zero to two years of age, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a new growth standard in 2006 that is currently used… Read more »
Pregnancy & Childbirth
Creating a life also creates many questions. Find answers here. We cover all stages of pregnancy — from planning to getting ready for the big day.
Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction. It would seem reasonable that with millions of sperm and only one egg the majority of infertility problems would lie with the female. Not true, according to the National Library of Medicine. Difficulties with fertility are evenly split: One third of the time the… Read more »