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Dr Deborah Bateson How contraception affects fertility, weight and your risk of cancer.
Sandy Smith What Aussie mums can learn from traditional childbirth practices.
Glenda Kwek Once every 12 years, something very big happens to China's birth rate ... about 2700 more babies are born every day.
Dvora Meyers The tabloid obsession with baby bumps conveniently fuses our fascination with women’s appearances with our preoccupation with their reproductive functions.
A 63-year-old Dutch woman has given birth, becoming the oldest-ever new mother in the Netherlands, the hospital and news reports say.
Amy Molloy For an "ecstatic birth" mums-to-be should eat raw food, sit naked in front of a mirror and take sex toys into the delivery room, says America's new birthing guru.
Compiled by Lissa Christopher The best way to clean a dummy may be to pop it in your mouth.
Sarah Berry New research and a new book suggest dying is more heavenly than hellish and we can make of it what we will.
MJ Angel In love with a Mama's Boy? Be willing to walk.
Jenna Clarke It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman in possession of a certain wardrobe is not going to get laid.
Dana Becker Much of the conventional wisdom about stress is wrong.
Jenna Clarke The members of "Generation Jones" are retiring from their Yuppie ways and have adopted a Gordon Gekko style of grandparenting.
Matty Silver There has been an increase in women seeking genital cosmetic surgery in the hope of achieving a “designer vagina”.
Judy Barouch A life crisis can shock you into choosing the career path of your dreams.
Alissa Warren Surely Kate's pregnancy is smooth sailing after the magical 12-week mark? No, it's just the beginning, writes Alissa Warren.
Katherine Feeney Here we are again. Six years of sex, love, dating and relationships. Not bad team. Not bad at all. And my, haven’t we done a lot this year? Following is a re-cap, including my favourite ...
Daisy Dumas News of Catherine and William's baby sees a very different royal pregnancy playing out to those that went before.
Daisy Dumas There was a certain inevitability about the next round of royal-themed kitsch: the royal baby keepsake.
Peter Stanford Lord Richard Rogers, the renowned British architect, has started talking publicly about the sudden loss last year of his 27-year-old son, Bo, who died in Italy after a seizure in the bath.
Matty Silver My blog "Mismatched Libidos" from the end of last year received such an enormous response, I have decided to write a follow up.