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17/02/2012 - Pregnant smokers problem for north
There are massive differences around England in the risk of women smoking to the end of pregnancy, according to figures published yesterday. More

10/02/2012 - Planned caesarean carries lowest severe bleeding risk
Severe bleeding after giving birth is much less likely with a planned caesarean, Danish researchers have found. More

08/02/2012 - Antiseptic on umbilical cord fights infection
Cleaning a newborn's umbilical cord at birth can help to limit infections, experts say today. More

06/02/2012 - Consuming fish during pregnancy 'improves' baby brain power
Eating fish during pregnancy could bolster the infantís intelligence, according to early findings from a major European study. More

31/01/2012 - Pregnancy health threat to baby heart
Women who are careless with their health in pregnancy create an increased risk of their baby having heart problems, researchers warn today. More

27/01/2012 - Midwives get virtual island
A pioneering midwifery training project - based on an "island in the sun" - has won a major national award. More

20/01/2012 - UK moves to three parent treatment
British researchers are hoping to develop a potentially controversial "three parent" treatment to eliminate a range of genetic diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

19/01/2012 - Worldwide abortions getting less safe
Growing numbers of women are having unsafe abortions, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

16/01/2012 - Foetus parties condemned
An expert has criticised the growing fashion for "foetus parties". More

13/01/2012 - Developmental problems linked with birth complications
More than one third of babies who are born with a variety of complications go on to suffer long-term developmental consequences, experts warned today. More

12/01/2012 - Test-tube limits call
Women undergoing IVF treatment for pregnancy should never receive more than two embryos, according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

11/01/2012 - Tetchy breast-feeding babies "normal"
Breast-fed babies cry more - and may be more irritable than bottle-fed babies, researchers revealed last night. More

22/12/2011 - New pregnancy weight guide
Obstetricians today release new guidance for overweight women who become pregnant - setting out how they can improve their health before their baby is born. More

22/12/2011 - Midwives fight vaccine rumours
Midwives have moved to stem rumours which are deterring pregnant women from agreeing to flu vaccination. More

19/12/2011 - Delayed pregnancies hit maternity services
Britain is now producing little more than one baby for every woman who reaches her 30th birthday, according to new figures. More

12/12/2011 - TB pregnancy link warning
Clinicians caring for pregnant women should watch for signs of TB infection, British experts have warned. More

09/12/2011 - Abortion link to mental illness dismissed
Experts today rejected claims that women who choose to have an abortion expose themselves to mental health problems. More

28/11/2011 - Cat warning for pregnant
Pregnant women should avoid cat litter and raw meat to prevent complications, experts have warned. More

25/11/2011 - Birth choice urged as study shows "safe" pregnancies
Women with straightforward pregnancies should be allowed to choose where they give birth - but this may not apply to first pregnancies, according to a landmark British study published today. More

23/11/2011 - Early fish may prevent asthma
Including fish in baby food after weaning may help prevent asthma-type problems developing, researchers from Sweden reported yesterday. More

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