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7 Things My Baby Has Slept Through (Clue: Not The Night)

New babies tend to sleep a lot but not always when we want them to. Here are 7 things Fiona's new baby likes to sleep through. Read More


9 Things Women Who Had Drug Free Births Want You To Know

Think drug free birth is crazy? Here are 9 things women who had drug free births want you to know about how they gave birth. Read More

How Does The Full Moon Affect Childbirth?

Humans have long been fascinated by the moon's affect on nature, how likely is it you will go into labour around the full moon? Read More


Home Birth – How Messy Is It?

Birth can be a little messy no matter where you plan on having your baby, but a home birth doesn't mean you will have more mess to deal with. Read More


Heavy Periods After Childbirth – Why Are My Periods Heavy?

If you're experiencing heavy periods since you've had your baby, this is a must read. It contains great advice from fertility specialist, Doctor Andrew Orr. Read More

New Birthing Sling May Shorten Labour And Reduce Interventions

Is a shorter labour and less chance of interventions music to your ears? A new birthing device has the potential to do both. Read More


Can Breastfeeding Help You To Live Longer?

There are many factors which impact our life expectancy, including diet, lifestyle choices and genes. Can breastfeeding help us to live longer? Read More

Breastfeeding Saves Lives And Money: Study

Breastfeeding has so many positive benefits for mothers and babies. A new study shows how breastfeeding can save lives and money. Read More



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