Daily Archives: Tuesday 10th February, 2009

“The BBC must remain a cornerstone of high-quality, UK-produced children’s content. This role is even more important given widespread concerns that other public service broadcasters are reducing their investment in children’s output.” That’s the recommendation of the BBC Trust, which oversees the work and output of the BBC, in a […]

BBC Trust commits to quality children’s programming

Everyone seems to have an opinion on Nadya Suleman, the 33-year-old who now mothers fourteen children. One of the latest to weigh in is medical director of Georgia Reproductive Specialists, Dr Mark Perloe. He believes that the physician who treated Suleman is guilty of “criminal negligence” because American Society for […]

Octuplet birth physician was “criminally negligent”, says fertility expert

Having a baby won’t save a bad marriage. In fact, some couples report reduced satisfaction in the relationship with their partner after starting a family. That may sound depressing, even fatalistic, but the truth is that parents who plan a family and collaborate with parenting are much less likely to […]

Babies aren’t bad for marriage, but starting a family won’t ...