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05/07/2013 - Women reassured on bleeding after birth
A new information leaflet about bleeding after birth has been published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to help women understand the risks - which it says are "small". More

04/07/2013 - Lift sex selection ban - expert
Britain should lift its ban on couples being allowed to choose the sex of their children, an expert claimed yesterday. More

28/06/2013 - UK to pilot gene combo babies
A revolutionary technique that could give children three genetic parents is set to be pioneered in the UK, it was announced today. More

26/06/2013 - Vitamin D vital in pregnancy
A baby's vitamin D levels are largely set by its mother, researchers have found. More

25/06/2013 - Breast-feeding boost for babies
Babies who are breast-fed do "better" in life than others, researchers reveal today. More

24/06/2013 - Search for allergy causes in womb
Food allergies may be acquired before birth, a major conference has been told. More

21/06/2013 - Iron may aid pregnancy
Iron supplements during pregnancy may help women avoid giving birth to under-weight babies, researchers report today. More

18/06/2013 - Pregnancy drink warning as a study finds no harm
Women who drink a small glass of wine a day during pregnancy may not be harming their child, according to the latest study of the controversial topic. More

14/06/2013 - Home births have 'fewer' complications - Dutch study
Women with low risk pregnancies who choose a home birth may have a lower risk of severe complications than women who plan a hospital birth, researchers say today. More

12/06/2013 - Age and obstetric risks clarified
A woman's age can be a good indicator the risks she will face during pregnancy, researchers claimed today. More

06/06/2013 - How babies learn to show pain
Babies in the womb learn to screw up their faces - and by 36 weeks of pregnancy can give an expression of pain, researchers reveal today. More

05/06/2013 - Warning on chemicals in pregnancy
`Pregnant and breastfeeding women should be provided with more information on the potential risk from chemical exposures, experts today. More

04/06/2013 - Caesarean rates pose safety challenge
Rising rates of birth by Caesarean section in the UK are posing massive challenges for anaesthetists, a conference heard yesterday. More

29/05/2013 - Doctor highlights profits from pregnancy
New mothers are being exploited by commercial organisations that are allowed to offer packs and literature in hospital wards, it was alleged today. More

22/05/2013 - Flying during pregnancy 'usually safe'
Air travel is safe for pregnant women, even in late pregnancy, experts say today. More

21/05/2013 - Bed sharing link to cot death
Parents of babies were being urged today not to share beds with their babies. More

16/05/2013 - World health goals elusive
Dramatic progress has been made in improving the health of the world's poorest countries - but not as much as had been hoped, according to figures published yesterday. More

14/05/2013 - New flu pregnancy mental health link
Children born to mothers who suffer from flu during pregnancy face a four times increased risk of developing a serious depressive disorder, researchers reported last night. More

08/05/2013 - Unintended pregnancy risks depression
Women who have unplanned pregnancies face a significantly increased risk of developing post-natal depression, researchers warn today. More

17/04/2013 - Light drinking in pregnancy not harmful - study
Light drinking in pregnancy is unlikely to have adverse effects on the infant's brain, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

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