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08/06/2012 - Premature baby rate falls in just three countries
The numbers of premature babies born is rising worldwide - and has fallen in only three countries over the past 20 years, researchers say today. More

06/06/2012 - IVF babies face raised risks, conference told
Babies born through "test-tube" treatments face significantly increased risks of some problems, researchers warn today. More

24/05/2012 - Caesarean link to obesity
Children born through caesarean section face a doubled risk of becoming obese, researchers warn today. More

18/05/2012 - Conflict over diet advice for pregnant women
Pregnant women can reduce the risk of developing serious complications by following a calorie controlled diet, researchers say today. More

11/05/2012 - Inducing labour can reduce birth complications without increasing caesareans
Research published today highlights the risks and benefits of inducing babies late in pregnancy. More

10/05/2012 - Vitamin tested for diabetes prevention
A major project is being launched by a UK medical school to see if a vitamin supplement can help prevent a kind of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy. 1 comments More

08/05/2012 - Test-tube treatments linked to birth defects
Some of the techniques used to help women get pregnant carry a significant risk of leading to birth defects, researchers have warned. More

03/05/2012 - Overdue babies may risk behaviour problems
Being born after 42 weeks' gestation may be linked to an increased risk of behavioural and emotional problems in early childhood, researchers warn today. More

01/05/2012 - Campaigners call for pregnancy research step-up
Campaigners celebrating their own special diamond jubilee have called for more research into drugs and treatments to prevent premature birth and pregnancy complications. More

27/04/2012 - Alarm about prescription drug use in pregnancy
Not enough is known about the effects of prescription drug use during pregnancy, a review out today has concluded. More

03/04/2012 - Simple device may prevent pregnancy problems
A simple pessary can play a key role in preventing premature birth in some high-risk pregnant women, researchers say today. More

15/03/2012 - Breast-feeding targets "idealistic"
Women are being set "idealistic and unhelpful" targets for breast-feeding, researchers say today. More

14/03/2012 - Research 'needed' on childbirth pain relief
There is not enough research on many popular pain relief methods for labour, British experts say today. More

09/03/2012 - Pregnancies linked to reduced MS risk
Women’s risk of developing multiple sclerosis decreases with each pregnancy, a new study has claimed. More

08/03/2012 - Women's day celebrates ground-breaking projects
Projects around the world aimed at improving the health and well-being of women were being honoured today. More

08/03/2012 - Cut unnecessary induction of labour, say researchers
Findings from a new study have prompted researchers to call for fewer instances of induction of labour among healthy pregnant women. More

07/03/2012 - Sunshine pills during pregnancy may affect baby's growth
Mood-boosting pills can aid depression, but when given to pregnant women they can lead to delayed head growth and preterm birth, researchers have warned. More

01/03/2012 - Anti-smoking patches fail pregnancy test
Pregnant women who smoke cannot be helped to quit by nicotine patches, according to a major analysis published today. More

29/02/2012 - Identical twins mix-up warning
Many parents of twins may be wrongly told they are not identical, researchers say today. More

24/02/2012 - Mothers face heart risk linked to pregnancy complication
Women who have pre-eclampsia in the first 37 weeks of pregnancy are at greater risk of developing heart problems compared to those who develop the condition in the final weeks of pregnancy, British researchers reported yesterday. More

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