3D-printed fetus models allow surgeons to identify potential obstacles, reduce risks of surgery
A state-of-the-art in-utero procedure allows surgeons to correct a birth defect on developing babies inside the womb. But operating on a mother and her unborn child at the same...
1 hour ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Being A SAHM Was My Greatest Luxury And My Greatest Liability
It's hard to describe the emotion I felt when my son was born. I cried those first few minutes. My sister leaned in and whispered, “You wish Mom was here, don't you?” She was...
3 hours ago - Scary Mommy
Does my baby hate me?
When your newborn is screaming in your face and nothing you're doing is helping, it can lead you to the question of whether your baby hates you-to which the answer, according...
4 hours ago - Today's Parent
Why don't I feel like I'm bonding with my newborn?
If you've Googled about your lack of attachment to your newborn , you've probably also come across research that says early bonding is linked to everything from better mental...
4 hours ago - Today's Parent
How to parent a four-year-old? Turn on the telly and follow the lead of these dogs
In this episode, Good Weekend senior writer Melissa Fyfe talks with child development academic Marc de Rosnay about “Bluey” and the power of play.
5 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald - 2 articles
Lived experience of mothers having a child diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in Mauritius: A phenomenological study
Since there is no existing qualitative study on Type 1 Diabetes in Mauritius, this study was undertaken to explore the lived experience of mothers having a child with T1D in...
6 hours ago - Journal of Pediatric Nursing
Measuring empowerment counselling in routine primary health care: Psychometric properties of a Portuguese adaptation of the empowering speech practices scale
Empowerment is a widely accepted approach to health promotion in which primary care nurses play an important role. Despite its clinical importance, empirical knowledge is low...
6 hours ago - Journal of Pediatric Nursing - 2 articles
Why The F*ck Is Corporal Punishment Still Legal In Some Districts?
The child's mother thought she had no alternative. She was alone in a room with her daughter, a principal, and a clerk - who would believe her story if there were no cameras?...
10 hours ago - Scary Mommy
Prospective Quality of Life Outcomes in Pediatric Fecal Incontinence Following Bowel Management
Severe fecal incontinence is common in patients both with and without anorectal malformations. Whether a formal bowel management program has significant effects on FI...
10 hours ago - Journal of Pediatric Surgery
The Best Twin Car Seats For Towing Two Around Town
The best twin car seats aren't double units like twin cribs and bassinets or twin strollers, but they do have certain features that make them more desirable if you're prepping...
12 hours ago - Scary Mommy
The headlines of Master Doctor
Safety fear for Afghan villagers raised in Ben Roberts-Smith case
Four villagers who allege Ben Roberts-Smith was involved in the unlawful death of an Afghan farmer faced the risk of violent repercussions from the Taliban if details about...
Albanese rebuffed: Supreme Court judge blocks Labor preselections amid...
The judgment will extend the jostling for the new seat of Hawke in Melbourne's north-west, where three candidates put their hands up to be preselected on Friday.
Maldives leader: Blast that hurt Nasheed attacked democracy
Local media suggested a home-made explosive device was planted on a motorcycle parked near his car. Australian police will help the investigation.
Report on Victoria's hotel quarantine failure reveals a culture of cover-up
Today on Please Explain, Tory Maguire and The Age's state political editor Annika Smethurst speak about the leaked report on Victoria's hotel quarantine failures.
Going for gold: RBA urges government to go faster, higher, stronger
Ahead of the federal budget, the Reserve Bank has urged the federal government to adopt the Olympic motto of citius, altius, fortius.
The surprising $20b boost to the budget as China stockpiles iron ore
Iron ore hit a record $US200 a tonne on Friday as concerns about Beijing's dispute with Canberra prompts China's importers to store up the critical resource.
It takes two to turn an ordinal indicator into something special
A spot of daydreaming at a birthday party sparked an interesting question about a boring problem.
At Clunes it's country versus town and everyone against Covid
Clunes' annual festival returned but with some significant differences.
Burn, baby, burn: 2021's most extraordinary film tosses rule book on the fire
Chilean director Pablo Larrain isn't interested in happy endings and works very hard on mystery.
The stories behind the people who wielded the red pencils
Australian publishing has had its fair share of charismatic editors, as Craig Munro reveals in Literary Lion Tamers.