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18/08/2017 - Fertility hope for men with extra chromosomes
A new technique has offered hope of helping men with extra chromosomes have healthy children, according to British scientists. More

14/08/2017 - Caesarean adds risk to hysterectomy
Having a caesarean section raises the risk of complications if a future hysterectomy is needed, according to a new Danish analysis. More

28/07/2017 - Fetal monitoring agreement announced
Obstetricians and midwives have agreed a joint approach to electronic fetal monitoring, it has been announced. More

20/07/2017 - Benefits of pregnancy fitness revealed
Exercising during pregnancy is not only safe - but has significant benefits for the mother, according to the findings of a major UK research study published today. More

06/07/2017 - No increased divorce risk for IVF couples
The stress of undergoing fertility treatment does not increase the chances of divorce or break-up, a large-scale population study has found. More

05/07/2017 - Mosaic embryos involved in successful pregnancies
Embryos with some chromosomal abnormalities can lead to healthy babies following in vitro fertilisation, a European conference has heard. More

04/07/2017 - Cancer's fertility impact measured
Young women who have survived cancer face 40% reduced chance of achieving pregnancy, according to a major Scottish study. More

29/06/2017 - Backing for aspirin care in pregnancy
A low-dose aspirin at night may help protect pregnant women from pre-eclampsia, according to the findings of a British-led study published last night. More

23/06/2017 - Fertility link to coronary artery disease
The genes that increase the risk of coronary artery disease are linked to good fertility, according to the findings of an international study published last night. More

21/06/2017 - Most perinatal deaths preventable - study
More can be done to prevent stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries during childbirth, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists says today. More

31/05/2017 - Most birth defect causes unknown
Medicine urgently needs a better understanding of the causes of birth defects, researchers say today. More

12/05/2017 - Molecule blocks birth defect virus
British scientists have discovered a key molecule linked to birth defects and miscarriage. More

27/04/2017 - Study backs post-partum haemorrhage treatment
A major global study has backed the use of tranexamic acid to reduce the risk of post-partum haemorrhage, it was announced last night. More

04/04/2017 - Childhood epilepsy link to pregnant women's BMI
Women who are overweight or obese in early pregnancy could increase their risk of having a child with epilepsy, a Swedish study claimed yesterday. More

22/03/2017 - How pregnancy infections risk foetal brain
Scientists have uncovered a new way in which maternal infections during pregnancy may affect the developing brain of the foetus. More

09/03/2017 - Peripartum cardiomyopathy - a global problem
Peripartum cardiomyopathy is increasingly being found in wealthy countries, according to a global analysis published yesterday. More

01/03/2017 - Flu drugs safe in pregnancy
A large new study has found that drugs taken to prevent or treat flu during pregnancy are unlikely to damage the foetus. More

24/02/2017 - Anaesthesia link to cardiac arrest in pregnancy
Nearly one in four cardiac arrests in pregnancy is linked to complications of obstetric anaesthesia, according to an analysis published today. More

23/02/2017 - Heart risk after pre-eclampsia
Women who develop pre-eclampsia in pregnancy should be closely monitored for at least ten years because of the significantly raised risk of heart disease, researchers say. More

22/02/2017 - New call for maternal mental health support
Improving maternal mental health care support is urgent, according to a new study by obstetricians. More

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