New research suggests that a newborn is exposed to bacteria and fungi in the womb.
Fungi live in everyone's gut – but now a new study reveals that this colonization may begin before birth.
As womb transplants move from science fiction to science fact, we need to consider some ethical dilemmas.
Fertility treatments might be designed to improve rather than save lives but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be publicly funded.
The advent of womb transplants raises serious issues of consent for organ donors.
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The world outside the womb is full of new sensations for a newborn. New research is explaining how they navigate it.
‘Steam douche’ advocate. More like hot air.
Gwyneth Paltrow stirred up an interesting discussion with her latest recommendation for the spa fan: the Mugworth V-Steam. As she put it: “You sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination…
Recurrent miscarriage can be devastating.
Suffering a miscarriage can be a very distressing experience but for many women their next pregnancy is a normal one. For…
Anxiety issues may begin in the womb, with babies deprived of certain hormones at greater risk of developing the trait in…