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What pregnant, breastfeeding, and prospective parents should know about the COVID-19 vaccines
The risks of getting COVID-19 while pregnant far outweigh the risks of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Pregnant people can—and should—get vaccinated against COVID-19
The risks of catching COVID-19 outweigh the risk of an mRNA or viral vector vaccine.
Pregnant women are at an increased risk of severe COVID-19, but there’s no need to panic
The overall odds are still quite low.
COVID-19 doesn’t have to jump from mother to newborn
With proper precautions, COVID-19 transmission from mother to newborn baby is low.
All the conditions we know increase your risk of dying from COVID-19
The president’s age and weight put him at high risk, but that doesn’t guarantee he’ll have severe symptoms.
How do we know if medicines are safe during pregnancies?
Expectant mothers have long been excluded from clinical trials. Some experts say this practice needs to change.
Should pregnant people not drink coffee? The answer is complicated.
A new study says there's no safe amount of coffee to consume while pregnant, but that might not mean much to an individual.
Most Americans can’t afford fertility treatments anymore—so they’re going abroad
White working-class people are taking "fertility tours" of Europe. Here's one couple's story.
Black mothers face high death rates. Now they have to contend with climate change, too.
Pollution and heat affect Black pregnancies disproportionately.
We’re still not sure how COVID-19 impacts pregnant people
Researchers are still trying to understand how SARS-CoV-2 can potentially travel to an unborn fetus during and right after pregnancy.