In her resignation from politics, Kelly O'Dwyer said she feared another miscarriage in Canberra, far from home. Her announcement is shocking for more than just party-political reasons, writes Emma A. Jane.
This year saw Meghan Markle officially join the Royal family. But despite the "happily ever after" line peddled by fairytales, things have been far from smooth behind the scenes. What is next for the Duchess of Sussex?
Some parents have to almost live in the hospital if there are complications after their children are born, but that could be changing with a new CSIRO trial in Townsville.
Pregnancy hormones don't just help your baby grow, they can affect your skin as well. Most of the time it's just part of the journey to parenthood, but there are some things you should get your dermatologist to check.
More than 150 children were not accounted for in the nationwide search for the daughter of convicted baby murderer Keli Lane, and according to documents obtained by the ABC, the NSW Office of Public Prosecutions could not rule out the possibility the child could be alive.
The Victorian Coroners Court is under fire over a major delay in an investigation into the death of a woman during childbirth in October 2014.
Professor John Rasko is a world-leading scientist in IVF and gene therapy — fields that some claim promote "new eugenics". As a descendant of Holocaust survivors, he takes this accusation seriously.
Thousands of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder miss out on NDIS funding because there are so few specialists who can diagnose and assess the impact of the condition.
After some incredible exploits by sporting mothers, the idea that giving birth might ultimately help athletes perform better has gained currency. Though it's more about their heads than their bodies.
It's a debate that's vexed doctors for decades — are pregnant women better off being induced into labour or waiting for it to come naturally?