How would you feel about having a male midwife assist your baby's birth? For a growing number of mums, the idea is a reality - and the experts all agree that it's something that should be encouraged.
With proper medical attention, water birth is a legitimate and safe way for women to give birth and can help manage pain in labour.
Research focuses on the benefits for the baby. But what about the mother?
Instead of being a joyous experience, their baby’s birth can be terrifying for some fathers, writes Cindy Lever
Researchers are taking a closer look at the role Facebook, Instagram and Twitter plays in the "golden hour" after birth.
Anna Davis, bereaved mum of Alby Fox, has welcomed a fourth baby.
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"I don't think it is necessary to watch other women giving birth for it to prepare me for my own birth."
To prove how magical - and vital - medicalised births are.
Amy Dawes wants women to be better informed about the risks involved in the use of forceps.
The strict cultural practice of bed rest after birth is widespread in western Sydney, but it could put new mothers at risk of venous thromboembolism.
Researchers found the two day antenatal course had the potential to drastically reduce the number of caesarean births, leading to huge healthcare savings.