Many mums admit to comparing themselves with celebrities when it comes to shedding the baby weight. But with the very public bump watch of Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton, mums are feeling the pressure during their pregnancy too now.
The latest invention to prey on the insecurities (and insanity) people have about their weight is a 'miracle patch' which is sewn into the tongue.
The latest weigh-loss invention involves a patch sewn into the tongue.
Children with mental illness are more likely to be held in solitary confinement in some hospitals than adults who have committed serious crimes while mentally unwell.
Are made-to-order embryos the next IVF frontier? The prospect of a new industry creating embryos specifically to sell to infertile couples was raised in a recent article in The New England Journal of Medicine, which cited the proliferation of commercial sperm and egg banks.
Former Wallabies captain John Eales needs a little Midnight Oil to help him get through a challenging workout. So he went looking for an app that would combine fitness coaching and music, but he could not find one.
Australia urgently needs a national centre to manage the threat of deadly superbugs, and must start screening all imported meat and seafood to prevent their spread, a Senate inquiry has recommended.
Doctors are bracing themselves for an increase in women asking for preventive surgery for breast cancer, putting pressure on already lengthy waiting lists.
Sexually active older Australians are contracting chlamydia and gonorrhoea in rapidly increasing numbers, as many shun condoms or feel too embarrassed to talk about safe sex, say experts.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has lectured Prime Minister Julia Gillard on what ''true love for this country'' means, labelling her ...