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Tylenol, otherwise known as paracetamol or acetaminophen, is a common over-the-counter pain medication that is generally safe to take during pregnancy...

Tylenol, otherwise known as paracetamol or acetaminophen, is a common over-the-counter pain medication that is generally safe to take during pregnancy...

A goodnight’s sleep is key to feeling and looking good during pregnancy. While you sleep your body delivers fluid to organs and tissues that need replenishing...

2021 has been a roller coaster of a year for The Baby Academy in which we helped over 500,000 families as they began their journey into parenthood and we can't wait to see that number grow....

Susie grew up hearing about her mother’s wonderful birthing experiences with Midwives. She developed a passion for empowering people to take steps towards the birth experience they desire....

Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is a type of bacteria that can be found in the vagina and/or rectum of about one in four adult women...

Ildiko is a registered Midwife practicing full scope midwifery in a busy urban centre. She is extremely passionate about the development of inclusive public health policy that ensures equitable access to all facets of reproductive care...

Mums are in the spotlight after pregnancy, and rightly so. But their partners need love and support too!...

Though take-home pregnancy tests are ubiquitous today, they didn't exist before the 1970s. ...

There are a few reasons why you will experience vaginal bleeding after the birth of your baby. During your pregnancy, the placenta is attached to the inner wall of your womb. ...

Does your newborn get grumpy after mealtimes? Don't be offended. It's nothing to do with you. It's probably because she's swallowed some air alongside her milk, making her uncomfortably full. The solution? Burping. ...

Having your second child brings with it beautiful moments that are different from those you experienced with your first. One particular joy is watching your two children meet each other, bond, and build a relationship. ...

Sarah graduated with honors from the Midwifery Science program and has been a Registered Midwife in Canada since 2011. She has practiced as a Midwife in both Urban and Rural areas in Canada and has also volunteered internationally in Guatemala and Haiti. ...

As with any decision you make regarding your little one, it’s best to have all of the information to guide you! Choosing whether or not to breastfeed is your own personal choice....

Most of the common tropes we have about pregnancy- pregnancy brain, increased appetite, and so on- we get from movies and TV shows. ...