You’ll be well aware of the whooping cough epidemic Australia is still experiencing. In recent years the number of babies under six months old catching whooping cough has increased alarmingly. Already in 2011 we have had a tragic death of a baby in Victoria; this disease is serious. How will your baby catch whooping cough? […]
The World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests that there is no safe level of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and that abstaining is the safest approach.
Obesity is increasing at an alarming rate globally causing serious repercussions including poor female reproductive health and infertility.
A study reported in Biological Research for Nursing has found bed rest may not be the best course of action for treating women with high risk pregnancies.
Giving up Smoking for a Baby.
Some common sense tips to save your back.
Water is essential for every cell function and is considered the panacea for many ailments common to pregnancy.
Some do’s and dont’s of travelling when pregnant.