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Pregnant women who work nights may face miscarriage risk
Tues March 26th - Pregnant women who work at least two night shifts in a single week could be at increased risk of suffering a miscarriage the following week, Danish researchers say today. More
Sedentary lifestyles linked to 70,000 UK deaths a year
Tues March 26th - Sitting down for large parts of the day is linked to nearly 70,000 deaths every year in the UK, a new observational study has revealed. More
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24/12/2013 - Peanut eating clue to allergy prevention
Women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help their children avoid serious allergy, researchers said last night. More

29/11/2013 - HIV pregnancy resource launched for World AIDS Day
Healthcare professionals have been encouraged to improve their understanding of the needs of pregnant women with HIV for World AIDS Day. More

26/11/2013 - Private link to Caesareans
Women giving birth using private health care are twice as likely to have a Caesarean section as those who use state-funded services, researchers reveal today. More

22/11/2013 - Lifestyle link to ease of pregnancy
Living a healthy lifestyle before becoming pregnant can help women have uncomplicated pregnancies, according to a major new study today. More

21/11/2013 - Wean slow to prevent allergy - study
Women who are breast-feeding might help their babies by introducing solid food after 17 weeks, according to a new study. More

20/11/2013 - Caesarean no bar to natural next time
New figures show that most women who want to have a natural delivery following a caesarean are successful. More

20/11/2013 - Employment stability boosts childbearing
Women who spend more time in casual employment are less likely to have had a baby by the age of 35, researchers say today. More

19/11/2013 - Doubts over birth problem link to brain damage
Two studies yesterday gave contradictory views of the extent that human error is responsible for brain damage to new-born babies. More

15/11/2013 - Women with asthma ‘take longer to conceive’
Women who suffer from asthma could take longer to get pregnant, according to a new Danish study. More

08/11/2013 - Pregnancy hospital clot risk warning
A woman who has to be admitted to hospital during pregnancy faces a massively increased risk of developing dangerous blood clots, researchers warn today. More

07/11/2013 - IVF cancer link ruled out
Children born through assisted reproduction do not need to worry about facing any increased risk of cancer - at least while they are children, according to a major new study. More

06/11/2013 - Precious baby syndrome affects doctors
Doctors are not immune to a phenomenon known as the "precious baby" effect, researchers revealed yesterday. More

06/11/2013 - Ethnic minority issue for fertility treatment
Women from ethnic minority backgrounds may face a tougher task than other women becoming pregnant through fertility treatment, researchers say today. More

05/11/2013 - New test could predict pre-eclampsia
A test that checks the level of a protein in the placenta could help to predict pre-eclampsia in pregnant women, researchers revealed last night. More

29/10/2013 - New warning on baby swaddling
The traditional way of wrapping babies, in swaddling clothes, is becoming increasingly popular - but it places risks to the babies' hips, an expert warns today. More

25/10/2013 - How pregnancy fitness may boosts child's heart health
Women who keep fit during pregnancy may benefit the heart health of their children throughout their lifetimes, researchers report today. More

25/10/2013 - Life expectancy should start in womb - call
A global definition of poverty should include the child in the womb as well as babies after birth, experts say today. More

15/10/2013 - Air pollution link to underweight babies
Air pollution may be responsible for many cases of babies being born underweight, researchers say today. More

15/10/2013 - Exercise boost for male fertility
Men who want to have children may benefit by keeping fit, researchers revealed last night. More

09/10/2013 - How babies anticipate touch
New findings show the level of awareness foetuses and newborn babies have about movement and touch, researchers reported yesterday. More

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