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

09/06/2016 - Mitochondria treatment passes tests
Using donated mitochondria for IVF treatment should lead to normal pregnancies and healthy babies, British researchers have stated. More

09/06/2016 - Risks of weight gain between babies
Gaining weight between pregnancies may increase the risk of neonatal complications, according to Swedish researchers. More

23/05/2016 - ICSI 'ineffective and costly’
The increase in intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for infertility treatment has been attacked by a world-leading fertility expert. More

20/05/2016 - African improvements drive life expectancy surge
World life expectancy has increased at its fastest rate for 50 years this decade, it was revealed yesterday.World life expectancy has increased at its fastest rate for 50 years this decade, it was revealed yesterday. More

17/05/2016 - Pre-term birth key to neonatal death rates - study
Tackling high rates of pre-term birth is the key to reducing stillbirths and neonatal deaths in the UK, according to a report published today. More

16/05/2016 - Gestational diabetes link to baby body fat
Babies whose mothers had gestational diabetes have more body fat at two months of age compared to those whose mums were healthy during pregnancy, according to a new study. More

13/05/2016 - Protein discovery could lead to miscarriage treatment
A protein involved in the development of the human placenta could help scientists to improve treatments for recurrent miscarriages and pre-eclampsia. More

12/05/2016 - Abortion rates falling in developed countries
Improved medical and contraception services have led to a 25-year low in abortion rates in developed countries, according to a study published today. More

05/05/2016 - Technique enables scientists to study early human embryos
Scientists have been able to study for the first time key stages of human life in embryos developed in vitro up to 13 days after fertilisation. 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

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

19/04/2016 - Neighbourhood violence harms pregnancy
Women who encounter violence during pregnancy face an increased risk of prematurity and babies born with low birthweight, researchers reported yesterday. More

14/04/2016 - Zika microcephaly link "clear" - US
The Zika virus is definitely responsible for outbreaks of microcephaly in babies, US health officials have stated. More

13/04/2016 - Warning for gamete donors
Gene testing and DNA databases may have major consequences for the future of egg and sperm donation across the world, experts warn today. More

08/04/2016 - Gestational diabetes screening 'too late'
Obese women at risk of gestational diabetes may need to be screened earlier, researchers say today. 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

17/03/2016 - Stem cell clue to recurrent miscarriages
Stem cell shortages may help explain why some women suffer recurrent miscarriages, according to British researchers. More

07/03/2016 - Ageing begins in the womb
The ageing process begins in the womb – but giving the mother-to-be antioxidants during pregnancy could slow a child’s ageing process in adulthood. 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

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