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New study finds only 50% of Australian babies are exclusively breastfed at 2 months - the biggest culprits being partner support, obesity and dummy use. Read More
It's not just men who miss out on sex during pregnancy and after the birth, it's women too. So, why doesn't he want sex? Find out 13 common reasons. Read More
Before you choose a breast pump, you must read Yvette O'Dowd's article about what you need to know -- based on 15 years experience hiring and selling pumps! Read More
Ever wished you could go back in time and tell yourself something? Here are 10 things Fiona Peacock wishes she could have said to herself as a new mother. Read More
The educational benefits of watching Sesame Street are well documented, however a recent study just published has reaffirmed it's life long benefits. Read More
In an article for New England Journal of Medicine, US Ob/Gyn, Doctor Neel Shah has spoken out about the safety of birth for low risk women in US hospitals. Read More
An analysis of 3.5 million US birth certificates has confirmed that c-sections carry a much higher risk for women than vaginal birth. Find out more here. Read More
Curious about the benefits of breastfeeding for baby and mother? Read on to find out, and hear why we must change our language when referring to benefits. Read More
After observing her son, Australian photographer, Donna Stevens, decided to photograph children watching screens. Eerie looking photos resulted. Read More
Cases of flat head syndrome (plagiocephaly or brachycephaly) have increased due to safe back sleeping practices for babies. Here are 6 ways to avoid it. Read More