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.
Many women struggle to understand when they are ovulating during the monthly cycle which can make planning a pregnancy difficult. So when does it occur and how can it be identified? Marissa Georgopoulos reports.
Postnatal depression is well known, but many women experience depression and anxiety while they are still pregnant. It’s an under-recognised problem. Lucie Robson finds out more.
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.
A new study has found a link between the health professionals women see throughout their pregnancy and the likelihood that they will have a caesarean section in labour. Emma Rennie investigates.
The list of reasons to get enough Vitamin D is growing. New research from the US and Netherlands suggests a link between low Vitamin D and depressive symptoms in pregnancy. It’s easy to become deficient. Lucie Robson investigates.
New studies find that women are likely to experience weight gain while engaged in employment. Joline Samawi reports.