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Nursing and Midwifery

Nursing & Midwifery

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06/06/2012 - IVF babies face raised risks, conference told
Babies born through "test-tube" treatments face significantly increased risks of some problems, researchers warn today. More

24/05/2012 - Caesarean link to obesity
Children born through caesarean section face a doubled risk of becoming obese, researchers warn today. More

18/05/2012 - Conflict over diet advice for pregnant women
Pregnant women can reduce the risk of developing serious complications by following a calorie controlled diet, researchers say today. More

27/03/2012 - Elderly exercise programmes 'inadequate'
Elderly people enjoy taking part in exercise programmes - but often they are not getting the right kind of exercise, according to an analysis published today. More

15/03/2012 - Breast-feeding targets "idealistic"
Women are being set "idealistic and unhelpful" targets for breast-feeding, researchers say today. More

14/03/2012 - Research 'needed' on childbirth pain relief
There is not enough research on many popular pain relief methods for labour, British experts say today. More

08/03/2012 - Cut unnecessary induction of labour, say researchers
Findings from a new study have prompted researchers to call for fewer instances of induction of labour among healthy pregnant women. More

07/03/2012 - Sunshine pills during pregnancy may affect baby's growth
Mood-boosting pills can aid depression, but when given to pregnant women they can lead to delayed head growth and preterm birth, researchers have warned. More

17/02/2012 - Pregnant smokers problem for north
There are massive differences around England in the risk of women smoking to the end of pregnancy, according to figures published yesterday. More

08/02/2012 - Antiseptic on umbilical cord fights infection
Cleaning a newborn's umbilical cord at birth can help to limit infections, experts say today. More

27/01/2012 - Midwives get virtual island
A pioneering midwifery training project - based on an "island in the sun" - has won a major national award. More

16/01/2012 - Foetus parties condemned
An expert has criticised the growing fashion for "foetus parties". More

22/12/2011 - Midwives fight vaccine rumours
Midwives have moved to stem rumours which are deterring pregnant women from agreeing to flu vaccination. More

19/12/2011 - Delayed pregnancies hit maternity services
Britain is now producing little more than one baby for every woman who reaches her 30th birthday, according to new figures. More

07/12/2011 - Diabetes risk for shift workers
Women who work on rotating night shifts face a massively increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warned today. More

06/12/2011 - Parents urged to tackle baby obesity
Parents are being asked whether they would welcome more help to prevent their babies becoming too fat - after a study identified key areas of confusion. More

25/11/2011 - Birth choice urged as study shows "safe" pregnancies
Women with straightforward pregnancies should be allowed to choose where they give birth - but this may not apply to first pregnancies, according to a landmark British study published today. More

16/11/2011 - Backing for delayed umbilical cord clamping
Delaying the clamping of the umbilical cord can protect babies from low iron levels at four months of age, researchers say today. More

15/11/2011 - Dads to learn maternity care
British dads are set to be told more about how they can care for the mothers of their children after birth, it was announced today. More

10/11/2011 - Women 'need' breast screening support
Women who do not go to breast screening say fear, anxiety and embarrassment are the main reasons, researchers said yesterday. More

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