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28/11/2019 - High risk women revealed by neonatal abstinence syndrome
The mortality risk for mothers of babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome is 11 times greater than normal, according to a new analysis. More

27/11/2019 - Range of health risks from asthma in pregnancy
Women who experience uncontrolled asthma attacks during pregnancy face further health risks, researchers warned today. More

21/11/2019 - Induce at 41 weeks, RCT finds
Inducing labour at 41 weeks of gestation is significantly safer than waiting another week, according to the findings of a major Swedish randomised study published today. More

08/11/2019 - Warning over skin contact after Caesarean section
ECG electrodes can cause complications when a mother is given contact with her new-born baby following Caesarean section, doctors have reported. More

17/10/2019 - Premature birth needs to be in specialist centres - study
Women facing premature labour should be enabled to give birth in hospitals with specialist neonatal intensive care units, researchers say today. More

11/10/2019 - Likely benefit for delayed cord clamping
Delayed clamping of the umbilical cord could reduce the mortality risk for premature babies, according to a new analysis. More

25/09/2019 - Vaginal birth risks after previous caesareans
Women who have had one or more caesarean sections and go on to attempt a vaginal birth could risk the health of themselves and their child, according to a new analysis. More

20/09/2019 - World progress on child and maternal health measured
The world has made substantial improvements in child and maternal health this century, according to a major analysis. More

19/09/2019 - Baby bacterial sources revealed
Vaginal swabbing of new-born babies is a questionable practice based on a misunderstanding of the risks of caesarean section, researchers say today following a major investigation of the issue. More

13/09/2019 - Pregnant women mostly overweight
The majority of newly pregnant women are now recorded as overweight or obese, according to a new analysis of maternity care in the UK. More

27/08/2019 - Menstrual cycle is 29 days average
The average menstrual cycle length is 29 days – but they vary hugely among women, according to the findings of a major global study published today. More

25/07/2019 - Scientists set sights on embryo development secrets
A £10 million UK-based research project plans to unlock the secrets of the development of human embryos. More

15/07/2019 - Pre-term babies 'less likely' to form romantic relationships in adulthood
Babies who were born pre-term are less likely to form romantic relationships in adulthood than those who were born at full term, according to the findings of a new analysis. More

26/06/2019 - Assisted reproduction report out
A major new report on assisted reproduction in Europe shows increased use of procedures, a conference has heard. More

18/06/2019 - Premature water breaking guidance published
Pregnant women who suffer from premature breaking of the waters should be given the chance to continue the pregnancy to term, according to guidelines published today. More

17/06/2019 - Hope for non-invasive prenatal sickle test
British researchers have developed a non-invasive prenatal test for sickle cell disease, a European conference has heard. More

05/06/2019 - Heart risk from pregnancy hypertension
Women diagnosed as hypertensive during pregnancy face a significantly increased risk of going on to develop cardiovascular disease, a conference has heard. More

30/05/2019 - Chaos study identifies pregnancy alcohol damage
Any consumption of alcohol in pregnancy is not safe because of changes it can cause to the brain, according to Scottish researchers. More

08/05/2019 - Apgar risk reconsideration call
Normal Apgar scores, used to assess the health of new-born babies, may conceal increased risk of serious illness, researchers warn today. More

02/05/2019 - Premature birth linked to kidney risk
Babies born prematurely have an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease in later life, according to a Swedish analysis published today. More

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