“Helicopter parenting’ linked to behavioural problems in children' reports The Independent
"How 'eating for two' during pregnancy is a major health risk: One-in-three women admit 'out-of-control' binges that make them pile on the pounds," is the headline from the Mail Online.
"Babies born via c-section do not benefit from vaginal seeding," reports the Mail Online.
"Not only are vitamin and mineral supplements a waste of money, they can in some instances actually harm the body," reports The Guardian.
'A common cause of female infertility - polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - may be due to a hormonal imbalance before birth, researchers have found' BBC News reports
"Just 4 hours of vigorous exercise each week can boost a woman's chances of getting pregnant," reports the Mail Online.
"Women who eat too much junk food are twice as likely to be infertile," is the deeply misleading headline from the Mail Online.
"Bath oils used to help treat eczema in children offer no meaningful benefit as part of their care, a trial has found," reports BBC News.
"British women are woefully unprepared for pregnancy because they're living unhealthy lifestyles, new research has found," reports the Metro.