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25/11/2015 - Folic acid policy failing to stop neural tube defects
Encouraging pregnant women to take folic acid has not led to a reduction in neural tube defects in Europe, researchers say today. More

26/08/2015 - Chlamydia screening backed for pregnancy
The routine chlamydia screening of pregnant women within a particular age range would be a cost-effective move, researchers say today. More

12/08/2015 - Oxygen deprivation has long term impact
There is a raised risk of disability or death as a toddler for children who experienced prolonged low blood oxygen as a new baby, researchers reported last night. More

29/07/2015 - Little need for extra food in pregnancy
Pregnant women may not need to eat extra throughout most of their pregnancy, researchers say today. More

29/07/2015 - Evidence favours caesarean for breech babies
Caesarean section is the safest form of delivery for breech babies, experts say today. 1 comments More

22/07/2015 - Blood test for pre-eclampsia risk
The risk of the serious blood pressure problem, pre-eclampsia, in pregnant women might be predicted via a blood test, researchers say today. More

13/07/2015 - Ultrasound may ease pressure sores
Low intensity ultrasound could help speed healing of skin ulcers, British researchers revealed today. More

17/06/2015 - Risk factors for prematurity and ectopic pregnancy
Dilatation and curettage, one of the most common minor surgical procedures in obstetrics and gynaecology, is linked with increased risk of preterm delivery, researchers have found. More

05/06/2015 - Placenta consumption no benefits
Eating the placenta has become fashionable - but it has no health benefits, researchers claimed yesterday. More

03/06/2015 - Exercise could prevent gestational diabetes
Pregnant women may help to prevent the development of gestational diabetes by keeping fit, researchers say today. More

02/06/2015 - Delay premature birth, hospitals told
Hospitals should take steps to delay premature birth if possible, according to proposed new guidelines published yesterday. More

25/03/2015 - Risks of breast milk bought on-line
Growing numbers of women are ordering breast milk over the internet - but a public health expert warned today of the lack of controls over the trade. More

18/03/2015 - IQ link to length of breastfeeding
Babies given extended breast-feeding may benefit from higher intelligence, researchers say today. More

12/03/2015 - Cleaning and cooling harms care home resident lungs
Residents of nursing homes may be suffering lung damage from poor air quality linked to factors such as cleaning products and cooling systems, according to a major European study today. More

11/02/2015 - Updated alcohol in pregnancy advice
Pregnant women can drink a little alcohol - but not much, according to the latest advice, published yesterday. More

16/12/2014 - Two minute delay before cutting cord?
Cutting the umbilical cord is a key skill after birth and now Spanish researchers say the job should be delayed for two minutes. More

03/12/2014 - Midwives 'best' for low-risk labours
Midwife-led care during labour for women with a low-risk pregnancy should be safe, according to guidelines published today. More

26/11/2014 - New backing for pre-pregnancy folic acid
Women may gain the greatest protection for their babies by taking folic acid supplements before getting pregnant, researchers say today. More

21/11/2014 - Thousands to be offered vouchers for breast-feeding
Thousands of new mothers are to get a chance to earn vouchers by breast-feeding their babies, it was announced yesterday. More

01/10/2014 - Lifestyle that protects pregnancy from diabetes
Following a low risk lifestyle could dramatically cut the risk of developing a type of diabetes linked to pregnancy, researchers say today. More

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