Should every woman get to give birth the way she wants to? Lucie Robson investigates.
The government has launched new anti-smoking ads targeting pregnant women and other at-risk groups.
Controlled crying has always been a divisive issue, now a recent landmark study by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has found that controlled crying poses no long-term risks to the health of babies. Nina Young reports.
New research from the Australian Psychological Society shows that reducing stress experienced by premature babies improves their brain development. Lucie Robson reports.
Home-birthing continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. Is this practise too dangerous to continue? Or should women have the right to free birth choices? Nina Young reports.
In many ways it must have been much easier to have a baby 30 years ago. The technology involved in the pregnancy and birthing process may have been medieval when compared to today’s standards, but at least one aspect of having a child back then seems more attractive, and that is the lack of choices. By Nina Young.
There is a pregnant woman sitting by the bar waiting for a table. She is noticeably showing in a flattering dress. People around her are giving her dirty looks and some are looking on with shock. The pregnant lady by the bar is having a glass of wine. Someone call DOCS.