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31 Jul '15, 10:19am
About to have a baby? Invite your friends
About to have a baby? Invite your friends

Young moms are taking an average of eight people into the birthing room - and that doesn't include the midwife.

31 Jul '15, 06:26am
Hepatitis B vaccine at birth can save lives
Hepatitis B vaccine at birth can save lives

The inoculation against the deadly disease Hepatitis B should take place at birth, a local expert says.

31 Jul '15, 06:26am
How the British royals affect births
How the British royals affect births

Research suggests that births, marriages and deaths in the Royal Family have a 'significant impact on everyday life' .

08 Jul '15, 10:08am
Inducing small babies could prevent stillbirth
Inducing small babies could prevent stillbirth

Inducing the delivery of small babies before they reach full-term could reduce the number of stillbirths, experts say.

08 Jul '15, 10:08am
When you aren't prepared for a C-section
When you aren't prepared for a C-section

Botho Molosankwe looks into the postpartum depression which sometimes follows an emergency Caesarean.

10 Jun '15, 06:40am
Childhood transplant, then birth
Childhood transplant, then birth

A woman has become the first in the world to give birth after her fertility was restored by transplanting ovarian tissue.

04 Jun '15, 09:46am
Are we losing the ability to give birth?
Are we losing the ability to give birth?

Women are losing their power to give birth naturally, according to a controversial medical expert.

01 Jun '15, 09:56am
One in 10 dads depressed after baby's birth
One in 10 dads depressed after baby's birth

Money worries and a lack of quality time with their child hit first-time fathers hard, a study suggests.

27 May '15, 12:06am
22-week-old babies 'stand chance of survival'
22-week-old babies 'stand chance of survival'

Premature babies born at just 22 weeks are more likely to survive than doctors had thought, a study suggests.

04 May '15, 1:26pm
The midwives who delivered a princess
The midwives who delivered a princess

Two unsung heroines of the royal birth were unflappable midwives Arona Ahmed and her boss Professor Jacqui Dunkley-Bent.