Pill-taking women have what seems like a "period" every month, but this "period" is far from necessary. It's a leftover from failed attempts to persuade the Vatican to accept the pill, writes Susan Walker.
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.
The journey to the Marie Stopes clinic in Melbourne's east is a harrowing one for the 200 or so women who go there each year. To walk through its doors, one of its doctors says, is to have exhausted all other options.