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19/11/2013 - Doubts over birth problem link to brain damage
Two studies yesterday gave contradictory views of the extent that human error is responsible for brain damage to new-born babies. More

12/11/2013 - World faces doctor, nurse shortage
The world is not training enough health professionals for the future, a major report says today. More

16/10/2013 - Emotions affect drinking in pregnancy
A new study has discovered the rate of drinking among pregnant women is linked to feelings of anxiety and depression. More

09/10/2013 - How babies anticipate touch
New findings show the level of awareness foetuses and newborn babies have about movement and touch, researchers reported yesterday. More

18/09/2013 - Weight risk for pregnancy spelt out
Overweight and underweight women tend to have a range of pregnancy-related risks, researchers warn today. More

13/09/2013 - Twos need tenderness - report
The "terrible twos" should become the "tender twos", according to a major report yesterday calling for a new focus on the emotional welfare of babies. More

11/09/2013 - Obesity not always risky in pregnancy
Obese women who have already had a baby, and have no additional risk factors, are at low risk of pregnancy complications, researchers say today. More

21/08/2013 - Midwife-led care boosts outcomes
Pregnant women who are cared for by a small team of midwives have better outcomes than when care is shared between different obstetricians, GPs and midwives, researchers say today. More

14/08/2013 - Obese mothers raise heart risk
Children of obese mothers have a raised risk of early death, particularly from heart disease, reseachers report today. More

09/08/2013 - Caesarean allergy risk studied
Birth by Caesarean section could leave children vulnerable to allergies and bowel disease, according to a new study. More

07/08/2013 - Pregnancy duration varies naturally
40 weeks is not always the natural length of a pregnancy, researchers report today. More

06/08/2013 - Personality could be key to breast-feeding
Extrovert mothers are most likely to press on with breast-feeding, according to research published today. More

02/08/2013 - Ultrasound patches to treat ulcers
Researchers have developed ultrasound patches to treat the venous ulcers that afflict thousands of patients. More

25/07/2013 - Behaviour risk from smoking in pregnancy
New findings show how smoking during pregnancy is a risk factor for conduct problems in the child. More

17/07/2013 - Drinking in pregnancy 'predictable'
Women's pre-pregnancy drinking habits are linked to the amount they tend to drink when pregnant, new research shows. More

16/07/2013 - Improve post-natal care - guidelines
Women should get improved care after the birth of a baby, according to guidelines published today. More

11/07/2013 - Delay baby clamp - advice
Babies benefit from keeping the umbilical cord connection to their mother for a few minutes after birth, experts say today. More

26/06/2013 - Vitamin D vital in pregnancy
A baby's vitamin D levels are largely set by its mother, researchers have found. More

21/06/2013 - Iron may aid pregnancy
Iron supplements during pregnancy may help women avoid giving birth to under-weight babies, researchers report today. More

29/05/2013 - Doctor highlights profits from pregnancy
New mothers are being exploited by commercial organisations that are allowed to offer packs and literature in hospital wards, it was alleged today. More

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