When you look at what has happened since the recession in 2008, the decline in birth was pretty dramatic, but it was all among women under age 35.
The long-run movement of women's labor into paid work as seen through 50 years of poorer-country censuses.
Birth complications are somewhere between a hangover and a nuclear meltdown. What do we do to prevent them?
Caption: "Desperate aging woman clings to feminist myth that it's OK to delay childbearing."
Hopefully we can agree that that the true measure of motherhood is somewhere between “toughest job in the world” and “nothing.”
Listening to the debate about motherhood in the last few days reminded me of something that's been nagging me for a while: what does it mean that mothers are becoming moms? On the Republican side, in his NRA speech Friday, Mitt Romney said, "I happen to believe that all moms are working moms." (The right-wing…
When policy questions can't be resolved by a comparison of risks.
The major problem driving the infant-mortality gap is not care of newborn infants itself, but rather the long-term health of Black women.
The U.S. stands alone in falling behind.
More educated moms get all the credit, everyone feels the heat. (Obesity, breastfeeding, childcare time, and practice babies for Ivy League women.)