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08/05/2013 - Unintended pregnancy risks depression
Women who have unplanned pregnancies face a significantly increased risk of developing post-natal depression, researchers warn today. More

17/04/2013 - Light drinking in pregnancy not harmful - study
Light drinking in pregnancy is unlikely to have adverse effects on the infant's brain, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

12/04/2013 - Antenatal care saves babies
Reducing antenatal appointments for pregnant woman is not as safe as has been thought, researchers warn today. More

03/04/2013 - New pregnancy blood clot risks
British researchers say they have taken a major step towards pin-pointing women who are at increased risk of blood clots after giving birth. More

20/03/2013 - Smear test advice for pregnancy
Pregnant women may sometimes need to undergo a smear test - although the procedure is normally delayed until after childbirth, experts said yesterday. More

15/02/2013 - Smoking bans boost pregnancy health
Restrictions on smoking lead to improvements for pregnant women, reducing rates of premature births, researchers say today. More

25/01/2013 - Baby growth tests could save lives
Identifying babies failing to grow in the womb could prevent hundreds of stillbirths, British researchers say today. More

21/01/2013 - Baby boom in Bournemouth, Boston, Barking
Corby, Bournemouth and Boston are among towns that have seen staggering increases in birth-rates this century, midwives warned today. More

05/12/2012 - Premature babies saved
The health service is getting better at saving babies born early in pregnancy - but is having less success at preventing long-term problems, according to a major study published today. More

03/12/2012 - Aroma oils aid heart - in short bursts
Essential oils used in aromatherapy can help to lower heart rate and blood pressure but only if the user is exposed to them for less than one hour. More

15/11/2012 - How alcohol damages babies
Moderate drinking during pregnancy can damage a child's IQ - depending on their genetic make-up, British researchers said today. More

12/11/2012 - Baby boom threat to maternity care
England is facing a new baby boom - and hospitals are not gearing up to meet it, midwives claimed today. More

02/11/2012 - Health visitors urged to step up accident prevention
Campaigners want health visitors to step up efforts to teach young parents how to avoid serious accidents. More

25/10/2012 - Double stigma of dementia
People with dementia are dying in misery because of a "double stigma", campaigners warn today. More

03/08/2012 - Spray-on skin offers hope
Scientists have developed a spray-on skin that can be use to treat wounds, it was announced today. More

11/07/2012 - Daily iron supplements not necessary during pregnancy
Pregnant women who take daily iron supplements may benefit just as much from reducing them to once a week, new research suggests. More

03/07/2012 - Aid for pregnancy grief
New information issued yesterday seeks to help women who face the pain of having a baby die just before birth. More

28/06/2012 - How work may harm pregnancy
Women who have to undertake physically arduous work during pregnancy may see an impact on the size of their baby, researchers warn today. More

25/06/2012 - New rabies advice
British experts want to encourage healthcare professionals to ensure they are up to date on how to treat rabies - amid signs of growing numbers of people needing treatment for the disease. More

20/06/2012 - Plans to boost midwife care worldwide
A new global collaboration is aiming to spread information on best practice, in order to improve midwifery services around the world. More

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