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23/04/2010 - Obesity challenge for midwives
Midwives need to work with obese mothers to help them deal with the risks linked to their pregnancy, professionals said yesterday. More

16/04/2010 - Fattism can be fought - experts
People training to be doctors and nurses are prejudiced - against fat people, researchers claimed today. More

16/04/2010 - Mums back midwives
Midwives were celebrating yesterday a massive vote from mothers for expansion of their numbers. More

15/04/2010 - No silver lining for dressings
Hospitals and clinics should not be spending money on silver-coated dressings - as there is no evidence they work, experts said today. More

12/04/2010 - Invest in babies - midwives
Midwives have teamed up with parents organisations to launch their own manifesto for the UK general election. More

10/03/2010 - Umbilical cord blood collected 'illegally'
Attempts to collect umbilical cord blood after birth may often be illegal, it was announced yesterday. More

22/02/2010 - Don't fail new mums, midwives told
Women who find becoming mothers difficult should not be treated as "failures", a midwives' conference is to be told. More

15/02/2010 - Baby antibiotic warning
New guidance was issued to hospitals today in a bid to stem a raft of incidents involving an antibiotic given to new-born babies. More

11/02/2010 - Obesity pressure on hospitals
The British National Health Service has seen a massive increase in surgical procedures aimed at dealing with obesity in the last four years, according to figures published yesterday. More

10/02/2010 - Swine flu in pregnancy "safe" if treated fast
A new study suggests that swine flu during pregnancy is usually relatively harmless. More

03/02/2010 - Op no bar to normal birth
Women can safely attempt normal birth even after having several babies through a caesarean operation, researchers reported today. More

27/01/2010 - How to encourage longer breastfeeding?
Britain needs a rethink on how to improve the low rates of breast-feeding among its new mothers, researchers warn today. More

26/01/2010 - Low-carb boost for blood pressure
Controversial low-carb diets have proved better at dealing with blood pressure than a popular weight loss drug, researchers reported last night. More

25/01/2010 - Flu masks may protect public
Wearing a face mask during a flu outbreak may halve the risk of contracting the virus, researchers have reported. More

20/01/2010 - Johnson's alcohol pledge
A pledge of "tough" new powers to tackle alcohol abuse in England failed to satisfy health campaigners yesterday. More

19/01/2010 - Children's ward drug errors warning
One in five drug prescriptions in children's wards may be administered wrongly by nurses, researchers warned today. More

12/01/2010 - High risk from unnecessary caesareans - WHO
Women who give birth through caesarean operations without good medical reasons face massively increased risks, experts warned today. More

11/01/2010 - Experts give snow shovelling advice
Most Britons have lost the habit of clearing snow - but experts have warned of the risks of illness and injury from doing it without preparation. More

08/01/2010 - Anger at "disastrous" impact of cheap booze
Health campaigners gave a warm welcome to a report today calling for tougher action to prevent alcohol abuse. More

28/12/2009 - How bad cleaning aggravates super-bug risk
Badly applied disinfectants could aggravate the risk of drug-resistant bacteria emerging, researchers warned today. More

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