Latest childbirth News

$8.5 million to continue long-term women’s health study
One stillbirth occurs every 16 seconds, according to first ever joint UN estimates
COVID-19 causing greatest surge of child marriages in
Breastfeeding hormones make mothers happier
Midwifery Group Practice relocates in Alice Springs
Women could conceive after ovarian tumours
Burnet research leadership recognised
SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy was not associated with complications in neonates
Professor Caroline Homer is ‘Top of World’
Breastfeeding hormone makes new fathers better dads
Young women are most vulnerable to postpartum mental illness, study finds
Janssen & Monash Uni team up on novel medicine to reduce maternal mortality
$242 million boost for mothers and maternity services
City calls for enthusiastic people for Maubisse Friendship Committee
Closing gap in tissue engineering
$242 million boost for mothers and maternity services
UN report highlights impacts of COVID-19 on gender equality
Campbelltown takes on Blood Challenge
Study Finds Troubling Connection Between Workplace Pregnancy Discrimination and Health of Mothers and Babies
Water injections to relieve back pain in labour no longer ‘midwifery voodoo’
More than medicine: pain-relief drug delivers choices for mothers in labour
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment closer
On Mother’s Day 2020, prioritising health of mothers and babies
Using love drug to stay connected during social isolation
COVID-19: Westpac NZ donates extra $1m to rescue helicopters
WHO releases guidelines to help countries maintain essential health services during COVID-19 pandemic
A sharp pinch for a good cause: Policelink Sergeant makes his 600th blood donation
Two NYU Studies Compete in STAT Madness 2020
Artificial womb technology research calls for pregnancy law reform
National will deliver high-quality care for women
New parents hold keys to public transport future
New Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies study begins
Love hormone oxytocin could be a game changer for BDD patients
P&O Cruises Guests Help Save Lives of Newborn Babies in PNG With Their Contributions to P&O
Turn to midwives to reduce rising rate of C-sections: Deakin research
Turning to midwives could reduce C-section rate
Mayor to travel to Maubisse tomorrow
Revealed: Full line-up for this year’s British Science Festival
Community support needed for Mockingbird to hit big screen
More than 1 million new curable sexually transmitted infections every day
City seeks enthusiastic people for Maubisse Friendship Committee
City seeks enthsiastic people for Maubisse Friendship Committee
Australian Health Research Alliance welcomes $5 million commitment by Coalition to fund
Election must result in greater funding for health sector
AMA calls for big investment across health system
King Edward Memorial Hospital to receive $15 million revitalisation
La Trobe delivers high research impact
Music and art therapy for new parent anxiety