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PETALING JAYA: Seven days of paternity leave is just not good enough, say experts.
Although it is progress, the seven days allotted to fathers for paternity leave isn't enough, says experts and some dads who do share the child-minding responsibilities in their families.
While some traditional practices should be discarded, some should be maintained or modified.
Caesarean sections are being increasingly utilised in childbirth globally, whether preplanned or required in an emergency.
Neither Covid-19 vaccination nor the disease itself should stop mothers from breastfeeding their babies.
PARENTS who welcome a newborn often experience a wide range of emotions, especially in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals can have a negative effect on reproductive health.
Economic hardship, unequal care responsibilities, immense stress, and job insecurity during the Covid-19 crisis are factors that can contribute to feelings of depression. Women are particularly vulnerable to these changes as they face social structures that work against them, which are further exacerbated by an unprecedented pandemic.