It was picture-perfect: Intense, emotional and 'excruciatingly painful', but also everything Libby Nathan had hoped for.
Amy Corderoy More than 60 per cent of Sydney's maternity hospitals have seen an increase in the number of women who have had medical intervention in childbirth over the past five years, failing to meet ambitious targets to increase intervention-free birth in the state.
Damien Kelly Has the gym had its day? Is it working for you or will you get better results elsewhere?
Harriet Alexander Already bent out of shape and weathering trauma from external forces, the peak body for chiropractors has now lost its head.
Amy Corderoy A sharp rise in the number of women who end up in hospital because of severe self-harm has prompted Suicide Prevention Australia to call for more to be done to help suicidal women.
Amy Corderoy New details of the medical cannibas trial show the innovative way it will appease those who are uncomfortable with the idea of using marijuana.
Sarah Berry In Australia, rates of obesity have soared 80 per cent in 30 years and the nation is the third-fattest country in the developed world.
Harriet Alexander An Iranian toddler detained on Nauru had visible signs of tuberculosis for three months before medical tests were ordered and was then forced to wait three weeks for medication to arrive.
Amy Corderoy A man in 'arrest not breathing' waited 44 minutes for care at Liverpool hospital as emergency department delays across Sydney continue to leave ambulances stranded for hours.
Harriet Alexander Couples using IVF may be able to choose the gender of their babies and women could be financially compensated for donating their eggs in a radical reshaping of the ethical guidelines surrounding assisted reproductive technology.