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3 March 2016, 08:36am
Fumes can harm unborn babies - report
Fumes can harm unborn babies - report
Parenting

Smog from busy roads and toxins from industrial emissions were linked to premature births, stillbirth and miscarriage.

2 March 2016, 10:31am
Cellphones could make men infertile
Cellphones could make men infertile
Parenting

Men who carry their cellphone in a trouser pocket risk suffering from infertility thanks to a low sperm count, scientists warn.

29 February 2016, 09:56am
9 ways to conceive a girl (maybe)
9 ways to conceive a girl (maybe)
Parenting

Want to conceive a girl? These are the ways said to boost your chances.

26 February 2016, 10:44am
Infertile men 'could grow sperm from skin'
Infertile men 'could grow sperm from skin'
Parenting

Infertile men could have their own biological children using a new technique that creates sperm from skin cells.

25 February 2016, 09:52am
Tick-tock: Men have biological clocks too
Tick-tock: Men have biological clocks too
Parenting

Delaying fatherhood could result in serious developmental problems for children, new research suggests.

23 February 2016, 11:08am
New sterilisation technique for women
New sterilisation technique for women
Parenting

Women no longer have to go under the knife to be sterilised, thanks to a relatively new procedure at Tygerberg Hospital.

22 February 2016, 10:17am
Little chocolate is ‘good for mom and baby’
Little chocolate is ‘good for mom and baby’
Parenting

Having just 30g of chocolate a day may boost an unborn baby's growth, scientists claim.

15 February 2016, 10:32am
‘Vaping’ still a risk for unborn babies
‘Vaping’ still a risk for unborn babies
Parenting

Pregnant smokers who take up e-cigarettes as a substitute for tobacco may still be running risks with the wellbeing of their unborn children.

12 February 2016, 11:06am
High blood pressure - a ticking time bomb
High blood pressure - a ticking time bomb
Parenting

South African pregnant women have among the world's highest rates of hypertension, according to a new study.