Thousands of emergency caesarean sections could be avoided in the UK every year by scanning women in late pregnancy, new research suggests.
The pregnancy rate among women aged 40 and over continues to rise, according to new figures.
The 2,000th research paper has been published from data collected in a unique health study spanning almost 30 years and involving three generations of participants.
More than 600 emergency Caesarean sections and up to 100 stillbirths could be prevented each year if NHS hospitals followed official guidelines on multiple births, a study has found.
Kelly Brook says she has made her peace with the fact she is unlikely to be a mother.
IT’S a moment of pure joy for any parent to be – the baby scan.
TEENAGE pregnancy rates in Scotland have fallen to a new low.
ONE in four young mothers have suffered discrimination after their employer found out they were pregnant, a new study reveals.
URGENT action is needed to give pregnant women and new mothers more protection at work, after research revealed a "shocking" increase in discrimination over the past 10 years, a parliamentary report has said.
A chemotherapy drug given to pregnant cancer patients could reduce the fertility of unborn baby girls, a new study suggests.
Almost a fifth of women aged 35 to 44 have struggled to conceive, with those settling down later in life more likely to report infertility, a large study suggests.