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06/07/2016 - Premature infant care could be improved - study
Many premature babies in Europe are not being given the most effective lifesaving care, experts claim today. More

16/06/2016 - Breast milk benefits early babies
Feeding with breastmilk may improve heart outcomes for premature babies, according to researchers. More

27/05/2016 - WHO warning as attacks on health workers increase
There were almost 600 reported attacks on healthcare facilities and workers in 19 countries in just two years, the World Health Organisation has reported. More

04/05/2016 - Post-natal distress revealed for world day
A new survey highlights the widespread distress caused by depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy. More

28/04/2016 - How night work harms heart
Working nights regularly over a period of years significantly increases the risk of heart disease, according to a major international study published yesterday. More

21/04/2016 - Fertility concern for BRCA1 mutation
Women with the BRCA1 gene mutation may have a lower than normal number of eggs in their ovaries, new research indicates. More

30/03/2016 - Abnormal embryos may become healthy
New research suggests that embryos that contain abnormal cells still have a chance of developing into healthy babies. More

09/03/2016 - No benefit from hypoallergenic formula milk
Formula milk intended to cut the risk of eczema and allergies is not effective, researchers say today. More

04/03/2016 - Safe to induce labour among over 35s
Women over the age of 35 can safely undergo induced labour, according to the results of a large UK clinical trial published yesterday. More

26/02/2016 - End of life care ‘on the brink’
End of life care is ‘on the brink’, campaigners claimed today, reporting that thousands of people are suffering poor care. More

24/02/2016 - Doubts over 'vaginal seeding'
Doctors today question the growing fashion of using "vaginal seeding" after a Caesarean birth. More

24/02/2016 - Guidance sets out MND care needs
Patients with motor neurone disease should have care from a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in the illness, according to guidelines published today. More

23/02/2016 - Maternity budgets and multi-professional learning - review
The NHS should try out personal maternity care budgets to give pregnant women "more control" over their care, a major review of services says today. More

10/02/2016 - Paracetamol warning in pregnancy and infancy
Early exposure to paracetamol may raise the risk of a child developing asthma, researchers warn today. More

01/02/2016 - Paediatrician call to step up breast-feeding
A senior paediatrician has urged the UK to step up breast-feeding levels after a global study found levels lower in rich countries than in poor ones. More

27/01/2016 - No vitamin D protection against infant asthma
Supplementation with vitamin D during pregnancy has no beneficial effect on asthma in the child, according to a Danish study published last night. More

13/01/2016 - Potatoes linked to pregnancy diabetes
High potato consumption before pregnancy may raise the risk of gestational diabetes, researchers warned today. More

08/01/2016 - Oral antifungals may pose risk to foetus
There may be cause for concern over a link between oral antifungal drugs and the risk of miscarriage and stillbirth, new research suggests. More

16/12/2015 - Women in labour "left alone," reports show
Growing numbers of women are being left alone during labour in UK hospitals, two British reports show today. More

02/12/2015 - Caesarean rate best at 19% - study
For optimal maternal and neonatal outcomes, the rate of caesarean section would be around 19%, according to a new analysis. More

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