Celebrating a loved one’s pregnancy is more than just about attending a baby shower or sending a thoughtful gift. Supporting pregnant women in birth and motherhood is so important – especially during the pandemic — but it can be challenging, too.
We are incredibly proud that some of our very own Borne-funded scientists are playing a key role in this advancement of knowledge – particularly in relation to the relationships between COVID-19 and pregnancy. Here, we share with you some reassuring and informative resources from Borne-funded reproductive immunologist, Dr. Viki Male.
After losing a baby at 17 weeks, Charlotte had little hope she would ever become a mother. In this blog, she talks about joining Borne’s research study when pregnant with her daughter.
Australian rugby captain Dean Mumm and his wife Sarah are parents to three children, but only get to raise one. They tell their poignant story of the premature birth of their children.
My second baby was due on St.Valentine’s Day. I flirted with the idea of giving him or her Valentine as a middle name. It was silly really, but it seemed a special day to be born.
With the end of January marking Chinese New Year, billions celebrated the year of the rooster according to the Chinese Zodiac. Throughout 2017, over 17 million babies will be born in China and, according to the legend of the rooster, are predicted to be talkative, open, honest, and loyal characters.
With the brain, the pregnant uterus is one of the only remaining organs where there is scientific disagreement on how they actually work. Why?