- EEOC, Hawaii retailer settle discrimination suit Updated: Dec-11-13 6:35 pm
- Obama's education, labor chiefs to visit Michigan Updated: Dec-11-13 1:34 pm
- Mo. student punished for pregnancy settles claim Updated: Dec-10-13 2:47 pm
- Bismarck to start 2014-15 classes after Labor Day Updated: Dec-10-13 8:47 am
- Med students create, run free clinic in Norfolk Updated: Dec-07-13 10:08 am
- More signs that US births may have stopped falling Updated: Dec-06-13 12:22 am
- Court: forced C-section was medically justified Updated: Dec-05-13 8:52 am
- Fertility drugs lead to more big multiple births Updated: Dec-04-13 5:19 pm
- Lawyer: Detained woman awoke to find womb empty Updated: Dec-04-13 2:53 pm
- Critics slam woman's forced C-section in Britain Updated: Dec-03-13 1:00 pm
- Fertility doctors aim to lower rate of twin births Updated: Dec-02-13 4:56 pm
- Student gets probation in central Pa. baby's death Updated: Nov-26-13 5:31 pm
- $15 million awarded in childbirth death lawsuit Updated: Nov-23-13 11:50 am
- Woman gets prison for faking illness to flee jail Updated: Nov-21-13 8:08 pm
- Task force seeks new laws for pregnant drug users Updated: Nov-20-13 10:35 am
- Emory offers counseling for pregnant women Updated: Nov-19-13 4:07 am
- Palmetto Health: Program gets safe milk for NICU Updated: Nov-18-13 4:05 am
- Ohio sister, surrogate give birth to quadruplets Updated: Nov-16-13 11:35 am
- Number of drug-affected babies in Maine skyrockets Updated: Nov-15-13 6:23 pm
- Boys a bit more likely than girls to be born early Updated: Nov-14-13 7:13 pm
- SC Medicaid agency awards Baby-Friendly hospitals Updated: Nov-14-13 6:38 pm
- RI working to reduce premature births Updated: Nov-14-13 11:52 am
HONOLULU - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says a company that operates stores at Hawaii resort areas will pay $60,000 to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit.
WARREN, Michigan - Two top aides to President Barack Obama are visiting Michigan on Thursday to promote a community college-based job training program and an effort to find work for unemployed Detroit residents to.
ST. LOUIS - Attorneys for a woman who filed a legal complaint against a Chesterfield chiropractic college say the school has agreed to rescind two failing grades she received while recovering from difficult childbirth.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The Bismarck School Board has decided to begin classes after Labor Day next year and end them after Memorial Day.
NORFOLK, Virginia - For Cara Wright, taking someone's blood pressure at a free clinic on Southampton Avenue in Norfolk is pretty straightforward.
ATLANTA - There's more evidence that U.S. births may be leveling off after years of decline.
LONDON - A newly released court judgment says that doctors were medically justified in forcing a woman to have a cesarean section last year because it was in her best interests.
Triplets-and-more increasingly are the result of drugs given to women to make them produce eggs - not from using multiple embryos from IVF, or lab-dish fertilization, new research shows.
ROME - A lawyer for an Italian forced to have a cesarean section in Britain after authorities found her mentally incompetent to make medical decisions says the woman had made it clear she wanted to return to Italy to give birth.
LONDON - A local British authority is coming under harsh criticism for having a court declare a pregnant Italian woman incompetent, forcing her to have a cesarean section and then taking her baby into custody.
BOSTON - In the five years since the "Octomom" case, big multiple births have gone way down but the twin rate has barely budged. Now fertility experts are pushing a new goal: One.
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania - A judge has sentenced a young woman to four years of probation for discarding her stillborn baby in a bathroom trash can at her central Pennsylvania high school.
CHICAGO - Jurors have awarded a $15 million settlement to the husband of a suburban Chicago high school teacher who died while giving birth.
HOWELL, Michigan - A convicted meth dealer who faked a pregnancy-related problem in an effort to escape from the Livingston County jail has received a 13- to 30-year prison sentence.
ANDERSON, Indiana - Indiana medical and legal experts are pushing for laws that would allow more monitoring of pregnant women who use drugs in an effort to prevent babies from being born with addictions.
ATLANTA - Emory University's medical school has announced a new counseling service to provide information about pregnancy and early motherhood.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Organizers say a new partnership will help make sure that newborn babies being treated in intensive care units at some South Carolina hospitals will have a safe, steady supply of breast milk.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Annie Johnston sat close to her sister, Chrissy Knott, and held her hand under the blue surgical draping as the medical team worked toward closing the incision low on Chrissy's abdomen.
AUGUSTA, Maine - The number of babies born in Maine who are affected by or dependent on drugs is expected to climb to more than 800 by the end of the year, Gov. Paul LePage said in his weekly radio address. That would be the largest number recorded in the state and about five times what it was nearly 10 years ago.
WASHINGTON - Boys are slightly more likely to be born premature than girls, and they tend to fare worse, too, says a new report on the health of the world's newborns.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - South Carolina's Medicaid agency awarded a combined $800,000 Thursday to four hospitals in a contest aimed at improving children's health through breast-feeding.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Rhode Island is making strides in reducing the number of babies born prematurely.