that only women needed to worry about their ticking biological clock, but experts have advised that would-be fathers should not leave having children too late.
A major study from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists brings together all the new research on how to maximise your chances of getting pregnant. They report that the average childbearing age for women is now 29.3 years of age. In 1968 the average age was 23. The...
motherhood to focus on their careers become aware of their biological clock ticking loudly and are keen to complete their families quickly. Stella McCartney has just had her third child in three yearsIn the UK, most mums leave two to three years between
University found babies who sleep well at night are exposed to twice as much light between 12pm-4pm as poor sleepers. High light levels help to encourage the development of your baby's biological clock. This regulates a number of bodily functions including
baby's biological clock. This regulates a number of bodily functions, including the secretion of the hormone melatonin, an important factor in good sleeping patterns.' How can you make this work for you? Take your baby outside for a walk to the local