"New warning to pregnant women: Do not sleep on your back in the last trimester as it could cause stillbirth, claim experts," the Mail Online reports.
"'Fertility MOTs' are a waste of money," reports The Daily Telegraph after researchers in the US found hormones tested in "ovarian reserve" fertility test kits bear no relation to how likely women were to get pregnant – at least, in the early months of trying to conceive.
"Youngest children in class more likely to be labelled hyperactive," The Times reports.
"Pregnant vegetarians are three times more likely to have kids who abuse drugs and alcohol," reports the Mail Online.
"Measles eliminated in the UK for the first time," reports The Telegraph.
"Scientists invent injection that could deliver every childhood vaccine in one go," reports The Independent.
"There is little evidence having the occasional drink while pregnant harms a baby," reports the Mail Online.
"Babies who sleep in separate rooms from their parents have earlier bedtimes, take less time to nod off and get more shut eye," the Mail Online reports on the results of an international survey looking at sleeping locations and outcomes in infants aged 6 to 12 months.
"Like it or loathe it, but Marmite could help prevent millions of miscarriages and birth defects around the world," is the overly optimistic headline in The Daily Telegraph.
"Kissing it better really works: Saliva found to have properties that help speed up the healing process," reports the Mail Online.