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05/06/2019 - Heart risk from pregnancy hypertension
Women diagnosed as hypertensive during pregnancy face a significantly increased risk of going on to develop cardiovascular disease, a conference has heard. More

08/05/2019 - Apgar risk reconsideration call
Normal Apgar scores, used to assess the health of new-born babies, may conceal increased risk of serious illness, researchers warn today. More

05/04/2019 - Health care access key to life expectancy - WHO
Access to health care globally is a key factor in gaps in life expectancy, the World Health Organisation reported last night. More

22/03/2019 - Mixed access to home palliative care - study
Access to palliative care at home for terminally ill patients depends heavily on the diagnosis, researchers say today. More

13/11/2018 - Baby birth injuries mostly avoidable - report
Different care could have led to a different outcome in almost three quarters of stillbirths, neonatal deaths and severe brain injuries, according to the latest report by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists out today. More

10/10/2018 - Maternal mental health problems "concealed"
Many mothers of young babies do not feel able to fully express their mental health struggles, campaigners warn today. More

08/08/2018 - Debate over egg freezing
The UK should be cautious about promoting the benefits of egg freezing as a way for women to retain fertility, experts say today. More

25/07/2018 - Food allergy advice released
Allergy experts have released new guidance to help protect high risk infants from developing sensitivity to food. More

04/07/2018 - Eight million born through assisted reproduction
More than eight million babies have been born in the last 40 years through in vitro fertilisation and other modern fertility treatments, a European conference has heard. More

04/07/2018 - Anti-miscarriage drug ineffective
There is no evidence of a benefit for a new drug that aims to prevent recurrent miscarriage, a conference has heard. More

04/07/2018 - Assisted reproduction cancer links explained
Researchers studying cancer risk from fertility treatment have found no evidence of a causal link. More

29/06/2018 - Call for consultation on Down's screening ethics
Britain needs a proper national consultation on the use of the new non-invasive pre-natal tests for risk of Down’s syndrome, doctors have said. More

13/06/2018 - Foetal polycystic ovary risks explored
Smoking and obesity during pregnancy may be linked to future polycystic ovary syndrome in daughters, researchers report today. More

15/03/2018 - Child health stalling in the UK
Key health outcomes for babies and young children in the UK are failing to improve, paediatricians warn today. More

28/02/2018 - Warning on metformin in pregnancy
Pregnant women taking the drug metformin may be increasing a baby’s chance of becoming overweight at age four, according to a Norwegian study. More

24/01/2018 - Probiotics for healthy pregnancy?
Probiotics could help lower the risks of preeclampsia and premature birth, Swedish researchers say today. More

17/01/2018 - Gestational diabetes link to future risk
Having gestational diabetes may be linked to increased risk of future cardiovascular disease, new research is showing. More

17/01/2018 - MPs condemn “cruel, unfair” home nursing funds system
Some terminally ill patients have faced waits of more than three months in parts of England to discover if they qualify for NHS-funded nursing care, MPs warn today. More

20/12/2017 - Caesarean blood cell salvage questioned
Cell salvage during caesarean section may not lead to significant reduction in the use of donor blood transfusions, researchers have found. More

07/12/2017 - Debate over monitoring in labour
This week, experts are debating the question of continuous electronic foetal monitoring for all women in labour. More

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