IVF success rates in Australia and New Zealand have continued to improve, while the number of IVF twins are falling.
Getting more dads into neonatal units could help hospitals' littlest patients thrive, research from Edith Cowan University shows.
Using MRI, scientists have captured 3D images that show how infants' brains and skulls change shape as they move through the birth canal just before delivery.
Until now, it was believed a baby's sex was determined by its X-Y chromosome combination. However, scientists have found a new influence.
This is the first case of a uterus from a deceased donor resulting in a live birth, suggesting more options may soon be available for infertile women.
The images represent a breakthrough in understanding how human lungs transition from the womb to the first breaths at birth.
Researchers have developed a simple blood test that can predict a pregnant woman's delivery date.
Research suggests mums-to-be should cut out caffeine altogether.
Working in partnership with neonatologists, BPR Medical has designed a special range of Microdial flowmeters that provide Neonatal ICU and Special Care Baby Units with the precision and control needed to effectively treat premature babies with medical oxygen.
Women considering pregnancy should be told about the pros and cons of different approaches, say researchers.
Foetal kinematics, the science behind determining if a baby is left- or right-handed in the womb, may also have wider applications.
Serious complications including miscarriage may soon be identified through this new non-invasive test.
A new study has found an approximate 80% increased risk of spontaneous preterm birth.
New research finds waiting 60 seconds before clamping a preterm baby's umbilical cord could save the baby's life — and thousands more.
A direct link between babies sleeping on their front and SIDS has been established.