Labour & Birth
As bearing down approaches, women tend to get closer to the ground: kneeling, squatting or moving onto all fours.
About 21 percent, or one in five Canadian women will give birth by caesarean section. The…
By the time you reach your due date, everyone you know has a suggestion about how to bring on labour. The question is, which ones really work?
Eighty percent of pregnant women experience nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (or NVP), so here are some ways to deal with your morning sickness.
Try tackling these tasks a few weeks prior to your due date (or at least before labour hits!).
When it comes to pregnancy, there are no stupid questions. Here, our expert addresses some of your concerns.
Whether you have an elective caesarean or require an emergency c-section, here are a few things you need to know.
Labour can’t be perfectly planned out. You never know what will happen!
Make key decisions before you go into labour.
What exactly is amniotic fluid? Here are some important questions to ask.