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12/10/2018 - C-sections almost double worldwide in 15 years
The number of babies born through caesarean section almost doubled to 21% between 2000 and 2015, but in some countries, the rate is more than 40%, startling new figures show. More

17/09/2018 - Polluting soot particles can reach the placenta
Soot particles from air pollution can reach the placenta, a European conference has heard. More

22/08/2018 - Row over caesarean op barriers
Pregnant women are being intimidated to prevent them requesting caesarean births, campaigners have claimed. More

08/08/2018 - Debate over egg freezing
The UK should be cautious about promoting the benefits of egg freezing as a way for women to retain fertility, experts say today. More

02/08/2018 - Folic acid helps pregnant women with epilepsy
Women with epilepsy who take folic acid before and during early pregnancy could help to reduce the chances of their baby experiencing language delays, researchers have reported. More

25/07/2018 - Food allergy advice released
Allergy experts have released new guidance to help protect high risk infants from developing sensitivity to food. More

24/07/2018 - Step forward for artificial embryo development
British scientists have reported a key step in the development of artificial embryos. More

17/07/2018 - Hope for foetal gene therapy
Animal studies suggest that Gaucher disease could be treated pre-natally using foetal gene therapy, British researchers reported last night. More

04/07/2018 - Eight million born through assisted reproduction
More than eight million babies have been born in the last 40 years through in vitro fertilisation and other modern fertility treatments, a European conference has heard. More

04/07/2018 - Anti-miscarriage drug ineffective
There is no evidence of a benefit for a new drug that aims to prevent recurrent miscarriage, a conference has heard. More

04/07/2018 - Assisted reproduction cancer links explained
Researchers studying cancer risk from fertility treatment have found no evidence of a causal link. More

29/06/2018 - Call for consultation on Down's screening ethics
Britain needs a proper national consultation on the use of the new non-invasive pre-natal tests for risk of Down’s syndrome, doctors have said. More

28/06/2018 - Heat stable carbetocin could save thousands of lives
A new formulation of carbetocin is set to save thousands of women’s lives by preventing post-partum haemorrhage, the World Health Organisation said last night. More

15/06/2018 - Twin survival improves
The UK has made significant and speedy progress in improving the survival of twins at birth, according to a major annual analysis published today. More

13/06/2018 - Foetal polycystic ovary risks explored
Smoking and obesity during pregnancy may be linked to future polycystic ovary syndrome in daughters, researchers report today. More

05/06/2018 - Uterine transplant problems catalogued
Uterus transplantation has been successful in some cases – but comes with major difficulties and side-effects, according to an analysis published today. More

18/05/2018 - Pregnant women can take some RA drugs
Pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) could use specific drugs to treat their condition without increasing the health risks to their unborn babies, according to a new Canadian study. More

08/05/2018 - Diet affects the time women take to conceive
Women who consume less fruit and more fast food will find it more difficult to conceive their first child within a year, a new study has shown. More

27/04/2018 - The best treatments for post-partum haemorrhage
Oxytocin should not be the drug of choice for treating post-partum haemorrhage, according to a global analysis led by a British researcher. More

17/04/2018 - How lifestyle and diet is important pre-conception
The diet and lifestyle of parents plays a major role in the growth, development and health of a child before conception, experts say today. More

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