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23/07/2010 - Pregnancy risk for cancer survivors
Young women who survive cancer treatment may face new ordeals when they seek to have children later in life, researchers warned today. More

21/07/2010 - Midwives challenged on obesity
Midwives may not be able to solve the problems caused by growing numbers of overweight women having babies, an expert warned today. More

16/07/2010 - Out of hours risk to new babies
Babies born outside normal working hours face an increased risk of death, according to research in Scotland published today. More

12/07/2010 - Better care needed for bereaved parents
NHS care for parents who have a stillborn baby is poorly resourced and "patchy", campaigners said today. More

06/07/2010 - Anxiety may aggravate heart disease
Patients with heart disease who suffer from anxiety face a significantly increased risk of further illness, researchers warned last night. More

01/07/2010 - Row over home birth warning
British midwives have rejected the findings of research linking home-births to a massively increased risk of baby death. More

29/06/2010 - Gadget link to matrons
Nurses in Lancashire, UK, have been testing cutting edge gadgets for keeping in touch with patients with chronic illness living at home. More

24/06/2010 - Breath-test the pregnant - new guidance
Pregnant women should be breath-tested to see if they are smoking, according to tough new guidelines proposed for British hospitals today. More

23/06/2010 - Remote sensors to keep an eye on vital signs
Scientists at Sussex University, UK, have developed a new type of electrical field sensor that can detect a patient's heartbeat from up to a metre away. More

16/06/2010 - Nurses can boost access to antiretroviral therapy
It is safe and effective for nurses to monitor antiretroviral therapy for HIV patients, experts state today. More

04/06/2010 - Call for midwife training on obesity
Pregnant women who are overweight need the same kind of support as has been used to persuade smokers give up, experts warned yesterday. More

02/06/2010 - Crack down on alcohol - UK government advisers
Professional organisations today welcomed official backing for plans to set minimum prices for alcohol. More

26/05/2010 - Help for unblocking children
Doctors can do more to help children with constipation, according to official guidelines published today. More

24/05/2010 - UK slumps in child survival league
Britain has the worst child death rate in western Europe, according to shock figures published last night. More

20/05/2010 - Advance planning urged for dying
British doctors need to encourage patients to agree in advance the kind of treatment and care they expect if they suffer a terminal illness, according to guidelines published yesterday. More

19/05/2010 - New jaundice guidelines urge care
Babies with jaundice need to undergo proper testing to ensure their health is not at risk, NHS advisers said today. More

13/05/2010 - Nurses help alcoholics - conference told
Nurses can play a key role in helping alcohol abusers give up, a conference was being told today. More

10/05/2010 - Premature birth may affect pain response
Medical interventions may make it hard for premature babies to tolerate pain as they grow older, researchers warned today. More

06/05/2010 - Midwife call to prevent maternal morbidity
Midwives have called for the world to pay attention to the plight of millions of women damaged during childbirth. More

28/04/2010 - No benefit from acupuncture during labour
Acupuncture may not be a good way to manage pain during labour, researchers report today. More

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