Angelina might just have saved a life. But is there science to prove it?
A month after she was wheeled out of a North West hospital in a barrow, Ntombizodwa Matthews met her end. Her family blames politics for her death.
Water births are a growing phenomenon in South Africa and globally. But this birth method is controversial – scientific evidence is lacking.
The pain of bereavement is supposed to ease with time. When it doesn't, psychiatrists call it 'complicated grief' and it can be treated.
Refugees can flee their countries, but they can't escape the trauma of war.
What makes the world’s most successful children’s TV programmes so addictive – and so strange? Linda Geddes explores the research on...
Botched births and infections can leave many babies with a life-long inheritance: Cerebral palsy. Many will be dependent on caregivers for...
In Diepsloot, Bhekisisa's Vimba! app is helping rape survivors access life-saving care and treatment.
Find out which nordic nation radically cut teenage smoking, drinking and drug use and how they did it.
A new mother recounts how psychiatric care that nurtured her bond with her baby helped heal her mania.
Already used in countries like Namibia, the ambulances could help cut child and maternal mortality rates.
Women who have been forced to go without their usual birth control shot are now facing the consequences of months-long shortages.
Despite our complicated relationship with it, our poo could one day power our cell phones, tablets and laptops.
Governments and even anonymous do-gooders are stepping into fill the funding gap left by the US decision, but their pockets will never...
A disease that claims the lives of two children under five a minute worldwide has hit drought-stricken Kenya hard, its spread driven by malnutrition.
Almost one in four babies born at public hospitals come into the world via c-section but is it costing some women their lives?