Our Be Well magazine displays articles from across a range of health and well-being topics, including specialist expert articles interpreting latest medical advances and research from The Lancet.
There are figures to suggest that the childhood obesity epidemic in England is starting to level off – at least in younger children.
"Thousands of women could benefit from 'three-parent' baby technique," The Independent reports.
"Offering shopping vouchers worth a total of £400 to pregnant smokers makes them more likely to quit the habit, say researchers," BBC News reports...
"It’s official: men really shouldn’t be at the birth," is the bizarre headline in The Times, as it reports on a pain study on women who were not even pregnant, let alone giving birth…
"Say 'mama'! Talking to babies boosts their ability to make friends and learn," the Mail Online reports.
A new Change4Life campaign has been launched today with the aim of encouraging parents to cut back on the amount of sugar their children consume.
“Men suffer pregnancy symptoms too: Fluctuating hormones make fathers-to-be … more caring,” the Mail Online reports.
“Nearly one in ten pregnant deaths caused by flu,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
"Increase in breastfeeding could save NHS £40m a year," The Independent reports...