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11/05/2022 - New support for COVID vaccine in pregnancy
A new study has found no evidence of adverse pregnancy outcomes with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. More

01/04/2022 - First global postnatal guidelines published
The first global guidelines to support women and newborns in the postnatal period have been launched by the World Health Organization (WHO). More

25/03/2022 - Tests approved to diagnose pre-eclampsia
Midwives are set to gain approval to use one of four blood tests to help diagnose suspected preterm pre-eclampsia. More

02/12/2021 - COVID infection link to maternal complications
Pregnant women with COVID-19 infection appear to be at increased risk of complications during their pregnancy and labour, new findings show. More

05/11/2021 - Department culture at centre of childbirth brain injury reduction drive
Two royal colleges are to work together in a government-backed project to reduce brain injury in labour, it was announced today. More

03/11/2021 - Group B strep report highlights global impact
The world urgently needs a vaccine against group B streptococcus, according to the World Health Organization. More

19/10/2021 - New recurrent miscarriages guideline published
A new draft guideline should help to improve the quality of care provided by women who suffer miscarriage or are at risk, it was announced today. More

13/10/2021 - Heart defect poses low risk in pregnancy
There is "reassuringly low" maternal mortality among women with congenital heart disease during pregnancy and birth, according to an analysis published today. More

07/07/2021 - Preterm birth risk prediction improved
Researchers have developed a risk prediction model that may help anticipate a preterm birth and allow necessary treatment to be given. More

09/06/2021 - Alcohol linked to reduced conception chances
A woman's fertility may be temporarily reduced by moderate to heavy alcohol intake during the second half of the menstrual cycle, according to a new analysis published today. More

07/04/2021 - Simple baby monitoring best in childbirth
New methods of monitoring the baby's heartbeat during labour perform no better than simpler methods in terms of ensuring safety, according to a new analysis. More

06/04/2021 - Perinatal mental health hubs announced
England is to get 26 hubs to provide support for mothers with mental health problems, it has been announced. More

24/02/2021 - Gene linked to ectopic pregnancy risk
Scientists have identified a gene which may be linked to the risk of ectopic pregnancy. More

17/02/2021 - Different growth pattern for IVF children
Children born as a result of fertility treatment may have marginally different growth patterns to others, according to a new study. More

10/02/2021 - Asthma linked to antibiotic exposure in utero
Children born to women who took antibiotics in mid or late pregnancy may have a raised risk of asthma, researchers report today. More

31/12/2020 - No benefit of greater transfusion for prems - US study
There is no benefit to raising the red blood threshold for transfusions to very low birthweight babies, according to an analysis published last night. More

31/12/2020 - Memory risk from pregnancy high blood pressure
Women who have experienced pre-eclampsia may have a risk of impaired memory and thinking skills several years later, Dutch researchers have reported. More

23/12/2020 - COVID-19 not passed to foetus
Pregnant women with COVID-19 do not infect their foetus – but also do not pass on very many antibodies, researchers have found. More

18/11/2020 - Call for clear caffeine guidance for pregnant women
Guidance on caffeine consumption during pregnancy must be clearer, experts say today. More

25/08/2020 - 'No safe level of caffeine' for pregnant women
Women who are pregnant or who are trying to conceive should avoid caffeine because there is “no safe level of consumption”, according to an observational study published today. More

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