Pregnant women are being unfairly alarmed by official guidelines that warn them to totally avoid alcohol during pregnancy, experts claim.
Sarah Cantwell chose to share her birth on social media to show that home births can be a positive experience.
A new trend in giving birth sees women opting for a gentle caesarean which is claimed to offer a more birth-like experience.
Cheryl and Liam Payne have finally revealed the baby name, but where did the moniker come from and which other celebrities have also chosen the name for their offspring?
Mums have taken to parenting site Mumsnet to share some of the most ridiculous baby names they've come across.
According to the parenting support site, 60% of parents have taken floral inspiration for their daughters’ names, while 40% opted for names themed around trees. The top three baby names for boys this spring are Owen, Maxwell and Neo, while Denver, Brooke and Skye also make the top 10. “Interestingly, the results from our poll show that for girls, the seasonal theme of spring has a far greater influence on the baby naming process, than for boys,” Faye Mingo, Marketing Director at Emma’s Diary told The Sun.
Serena shocked fans Wednesday with a Snapchat post intimating she is pregnant. Her color choice was less surprising: a bright shade of yellow.
Scientists found that nine hours into a doctor's shift, the risk of maternal blood loss and a newborn's oxygen levels dropping was "significantly" greater.
A dad has come up with an unusual way to ease new mums post-birth pain...vagina ice pops or condoms filled with water and then frozen. Yikes!
A mum-to-be has turned to Mumsnet to gauge opinion about this unusual baby name. But what did the Internet think about the unique moniker?
An Australian woman and her big little bundle of joy, born in January and weighing in at 14 pounds, made waves on social media.
Nafi Diaby gave birth to a girl named Kadiju with the help of the Turkish flight crew; photos of them have been shared on social media by the airline.
You can count on Pink to sprinkle a little body positivity when it’s needed. The 37-year-old mum-of-two just delivered a dollop of realness to all women, particularly other new mums who are learning to love their new post-baby bodies.
Are British parents to blame for their newborns crying so much? The sound of a newborn crying is often hard to ignore, but British parents better get used to the noise as babies in the UK cry more than almost anywhere in the world, new research has revealed. The study, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, reveals that the biggest baby bawlers were found to be in the UK, Italy, Canada and the Netherlands, while babies cried least in Denmark Germany and Japan.