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You might never suspect it, but hospital birth classes can result in significantly higher levels of interventions, including pain relief use and c-sections. Read More
The World Health Organisation supports women having more time to labour. Its new guidelines focus on birth as a normal event in a woman’s life. Read More
They won’t cure your sleep deprivation or give you time to wash your hair, but these 15 parenting hacks for the newborn days will make life a little easier. Read More
The second stage of labour takes a lot of focus and energy. Here are 10 crazy things you might think when you’re at the pushing stage. Read More
In new guidelines released by the World Health Organization, doctors are urged to trust women, and support normal birth without unnecessary interventions. Read More
No matter how you longed for a baby, and how well-suited to motherhood you are, you’ll miss your old life. Here are 10 things I miss since I became a mama. Read More
In today’s society, we understandably look out for anything that makes life easier. But is using technology to replace human contact taking things too far? Read More
Do premature babies make fewer friends? Is their social development affected? A new research study has looked into these questions. Read More
You’re carrying her grandchild, so it’s safe to say your mother is going to take an active interest in you. Here are 10 ways mum might ruin your pregnancy. Read More
New research suggests the use of antibiotics during pregnancy has health risks for babies and children. Is it safe to take antibiotics when you’re pregnant? Read More