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The heartbreak of infertility can really only be understood by those who have experienced it. Here are 10 ways to support a friend going through IVF. Read More
New research has identified a link between the use of painkillers during pregnancy and potential fertility problems for unborn babies. Read More
It’s not uncommon for mothers to feel exhausted years after having babies, but it's not normal. Find out what postnatal depletion is and how to recover. Read More
It’s estimated over half of all stillbirths could be prevented. New research has linked increased risk of stillbirth with the timing of babies’ movements. Read More
Although it's preferable for labour to start on its own, induction might be medically necessary. What does this mean for women who want a VBAC? Read More
Breastfeeding can be a rewarding and empowering experience, so what can you do if you’re not ready to wean? Here are 4 things to think about. Read More
Pregnant women are encouraged to exercise and eat a balanced diet. An added benefit of exercise during pregnancy could be less time in the birth suite. Read More
Baby wipes are popular items many parents can’t live without. According to a recent study, however, they can potentially wreak havoc on your baby’s health. Read More
New research has found synthetic oxytocin – a drug commonly used during labour and after birth – can increase the risk of postnatal mood disorders. Read More
Small children and public toilets are an interesting mix. Here are 10 things your toddler might say very loudly in a quiet public bathroom. Read More