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The better you prepare ahead of time, the smoother the journey once you welcome your baby, writes author Ana Kresina Whether your desire for kids has been a lifelong dream or a realisation that kicked in at age 30 when your ovaries went into overdrive, the...

National Child & Family Hubs Network Revolutionizes Support Services for Australian Families The network brings together expertise from health, early education, NGOs, community organizations, research institutes, universities, philanthropy, and government to strengthen the capacity of the existing 460 Hubs across Australia. The goal is to ensure...

But heading overseas comes with risks, writes researchers Ezra Kneebone, Karin Hammarberg and Kiri Beilby Surrogacy offers the chance of parenthood for those who can’t carry a pregnancy for medical or social reasons. In a surrogacy arrangement, a surrogate gives birth to a baby for the intended...

If you’re a breastfeeding mum, you know all too well the challenges that come when trying to share the feeding load. Yes, you can pump and freeze your milk, but this only lasts so long in the freezer, and transporting it safely can be a nightmare,...

Monash University researchers have harnessed cutting-edge, invisible light technology to aid in diagnosing hearing problems in infants, offering a ray of hope for little ones with hearing impairments. This groundbreaking approach, employing functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), allows for non-invasive brain imaging to assess language development and...

The Murdoch Children's Research Institute study in 2019 found that it’s very common to experience difficulties with infant sleep at some point in the first year, with about 60 per cent of mothers reporting mild or fluctuating problems. But for 20 per cent of mothers,...

Shift work and long hours on the job have been found to significantly increase the risk of preterm birth. For parents-to-be, this information from to a recent study led by MonashUniversity, is crucial as it sheds light on the potential impact of their work situations...