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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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05/02/2013 - Watching TV hits male potency
Watching more than 20 hours of television a week almost halves the fertility of healthy young men, according to a new study out last night. More

30/01/2013 - Severe morning sickness may affect placenta
Severe morning sickness in the middle stage of pregnancy is linked to problems with the placenta, say researchers. More

25/01/2013 - Pregnancy vitamin cleared of cancer link
Adding the vitamin folic acid to flour to protect pregnant women does not make any difference to cancer risk, British researchers said today. More

25/01/2013 - Baby growth tests could save lives
Identifying babies failing to grow in the womb could prevent hundreds of stillbirths, British researchers say today. More

24/01/2013 - Fertility not linked to labour bleeding
Very heavy bleeding after childbirth does not usually affect a woman's fertility, researchers reported yesterday. More

21/01/2013 - Baby boom in Bournemouth, Boston, Barking
Corby, Bournemouth and Boston are among towns that have seen staggering increases in birth-rates this century, midwives warned today. More

18/01/2013 - How flu vaccine protects pregnant
The new swine flu vaccine was not responsible for pregnant women suffering miscarriage and stillbirth, according to a major national study. More

16/01/2013 - IVF blood clot risk
In vitro fertilisation may raise the risk of blood clots and blocked arteries - although the risk is small, researchers warn today. More

08/01/2013 - Pregnancy pollen child asthma risk
Children are at increased risk of developing asthma if their mother is exposed to high pollen levels in the later stages of pregnancy, according to a new study. More

07/01/2013 - Bugs in your breast
Breast milk may contain more than 700 species of bacteria, according to a Spanish study. More

04/01/2013 - Molecular signals lead to miscarriage
Scientists may have discovered molecular signals that make some women prone to suffer miscarriage. More

02/01/2013 - Stillbirth-antidepressant link refuted
Pregnant women who take anti-depressants do not face any increased risk of stillbirth, researchers reported last night. More

05/12/2012 - Premature babies saved
The health service is getting better at saving babies born early in pregnancy - but is having less success at preventing long-term problems, according to a major study published today. More

30/11/2012 - UK faces cough virus outbreak
Britain is facing a major outbreak of whooping cough, with three deaths in October, a health watchdog warned today. More

28/11/2012 - Pregnancy problem link to heart disease
Women afflicted with a high blood pressure condition during their first pregnancy suffer from massively increased risk of heart disease, researchers report today. More

20/11/2012 - Pregnancy sunshine may not protect babies
Pregnant women in northern countries need to get sunlight to protect themselves - but this may not help their babies, researchers reported last night. More

19/11/2012 - Warning on pregnancy vitamin
Vitamin C deficiency may be a major cause of brain damage to new babies, researchers have warned. More

16/11/2012 - Tackle early birth - experts
The world's wealthiest nations could do more to prevent the problems linked to premature birth, experts say today. More

15/11/2012 - How alcohol damages babies
Moderate drinking during pregnancy can damage a child's IQ - depending on their genetic make-up, British researchers said today. More

15/11/2012 - Male DNA infertility cause
Scientists say they have found the cause of most cases of unexplained infertility - and the man is to blame. More

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