Melissa Shedden A barrage of conflicting advice about do's and don'ts during pregnancy awaits women.
Alissa Warren Surely Kate's pregnancy is smooth sailing after the magical 12-week mark? No, it's just the beginning, writes Alissa Warren.
Daisy Dumas News of Catherine and William's baby sees a very different royal pregnancy playing out to those that went before.
'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.
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...
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.
Winnie Salamon I don't know about you, but the idea of sitting in a quiet room talking about myself to a sympathetic stranger whose sole focus is me sounds like a pretty good time.
Luke Malone Emergency contraception may not be effective for women over 75 kilos.
Depression is personal. No two cases are the same and not all treatments suit everyone.
Sandy Smith In the era of "is nothing private any more?" thousands of women are revealing their pregnancy test results live on camera and posting the videos on YouTube even before they have told their husbands,...
Matty Silver Buying condoms means that you want sex and many aren't comfortable showing it, when in our modern society it really should be as easy as buying toothpaste.
Male fertility test
Victoria Lambert The new DIY male fertility test will mark a shift in the way we talk about a growing problem for men.
Jill Stark According to researcher Brené Brown, if you have one 'move a body' friend in your life, you're lucky
Outsource personal life
Cosima Marriner Do we outsource too much of ourselves?
Sarah Berry Men have biological clocks too, it turns out. But because we live in a society obsessed with male virility, it is a taboo topic.
Jesse Hogan Smartphones make it easier for us to connect but do they put our personal relationships at risk?
Victoria Lambert The experimental treatments that today’s fertility scientists keep coming up with are astonishing.
Going through early menopause is no longer a barrier to having a baby. Victoria Lambert looks at the new frontiers of reproduction.
Cosima Marriner Summer babies are more likely to struggle with sharing, concentrating, making friends and helping than those born during winter, new research suggests.