Melissa Shedden A barrage of conflicting advice about do's and don'ts during pregnancy awaits women.
Daisy Dumas News of Catherine and William's baby sees a very different royal pregnancy playing out to those that went before.
Alissa Warren Surely Kate's pregnancy is smooth sailing after the magical 12-week mark? No, it's just the beginning, writes Alissa Warren.
'I loved pregnancy - but I never want to be a mum': prolific surrogate mother retires after 10 babies
What sort of woman offers to be a surrogate for a childless couple? An incredibly altruistic one, of course.
Adele Horin WHEN a couple disagrees on whether to have a child or more children, the woman's wishes usually prevail.
Sarah-Jane Collins Olympic gold medallist Catherine Freeman has revealed she is pregnant with her first child, and has developed type 2 diabetes as a result.
Pfizer, the world’s biggest drugmaker, has recalled 1 million birth-control packs after discovering that pills were mixed up inside the packages, possibly putting women at risk for unintended...
'Extremely painful time'
Jenna Clarke Ada Nicodemou has spoken out about the still birth of her son by sharing a touching poem.
Jane Cadzow For more than an hour, Ross Cameron has been toying dejectedly with the blueberry bagel on the desk in front of him. Finally, he picks it up and tosses it into the bin.
Who's the daddy? A sperm-donor daughter's quest to discover her real father.
Maureen Matthews There is no reason not to enjoy sex during menstruation.
Fertility and fingerfood
Nedahl Stelio Welcome to an egg-freezing party. Where women drink champagne, are educated on the science of freezing their eggs, and the offer of putting your fertility on hold is being openly discussed.
Matt Roper A Brazilian man whose parents were African slaves could be the oldest living person ever documented after receiving a birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week, it was reported on Tuesday.
Katherine Feeney New research indicates those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings. Only children were also less lucky in love.
Katherine Feeney Survey suggests those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings.
Daisy Dumas This was bound to happen. It’s only the natural order of things, for a column that pits the favourite spots of some of our best-known Sydneysiders against S’s taste tests to cut the...
How times have changed
Sandy Smith Repulsive no-no or healthy supplement? The debate is a long way from being settled.
Catherine Rodie The scientists behind the female condom have been tinkering with the design, and they think that this time round, it is going to take off.
Cosima Marriner Children raised by same-sex parents fare just as well in their education, emotional and social development as those raised by heterosexual parents, new research shows.
Outsource personal life
Cosima Marriner Do we outsource too much of ourselves?