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.
Just waiting 60 seconds before clamping a premature baby's umbilical cord can dramatically improve its chances of survival, Australian researchers say.
The findings are contrary to long-held assumptions.
New mother Natasha Lobban says the term "normal birth" needs to go.
Victoria's only specialist breech clinic has closed.
Educator Jessica Williams is investigating virtual reality's potential in midwifery training.
Efforts to make the caesarean deliveries as close to a vaginal birth as possible is giving control back to mothers.
Packing your hospital bag to have a baby? Then you must add one more item to the list – chewing gum.
Losing weight before falling pregnant may save mums-to-be a world of pain during labour.
Isn't safely bringing a baby into the world enough, without having to worry about the "how"?
Most mums-to-be have only a few people see them in active labour, but not Sarah Cantwell.
My first C-section went smoothly and my experience was perfect. So why was it so different when it came to my second caesarean?