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10/11/2011 - New pregnancy diet clue
Some children are doomed to face obesity and diabetes because of deficiencies in their mothers' diets during pregnancy, British researchers say today. More

07/11/2011 - Cancer women need fertility advice
Women undergoing treatment for breast cancer need to be given advice on how they can preserve fertility, a major conference was told today. More

04/11/2011 - Infants 'need' exposure to dirt
New-born babies need to encounter a wide range of bacteria to lessen their chances of developing allergic disease later in life, Danish research has concluded. More

27/10/2011 - IVF link to cancer
Women who are having trouble getting pregnant face an increased risk of ovarian cancer if they undergo egg stimulation procedures, researchers warned today. More

25/10/2011 - New backing for mechanical induction
A traditional mechanical method of inducing labour in a pregnant woman may be as good as, if not better than, the latest treatments, it was claimed today. More

17/10/2011 - Birth fear key to caesareans
A new drive to reduce caesarean section rates is in danger from the wrong kind of counselling, experts said today. More

14/10/2011 - Miscarriage guidelines "unreliable"
Women are in danger of terminating wanted pregnancies because of unreliable guidelines on detecting miscarriage, it has been warned. More

06/10/2011 - Lifetime toll of hormone experiment
Women whose mothers were given a synthetic hormone during pregnancy have faced cancer and childbirth problems, researchers reported last night. More

03/10/2011 - Post-natal depression "unrecognised"
Too many women are suffering from unrecognised post-natal depression, according a major report published today. More

28/09/2011 - Multiple birth guidelines call for extra care
New UK guidelines today will set out how hospitals should care for women with multiple pregnancies, such as those carrying twins and triplets. More

27/09/2011 - Pregnancy risks studied
Women exposed to a range of chemicals during pregnancy may face an increased risk of their child developing asthma, researchers warned yesterday. More

22/09/2011 - Breastfeeding and touch may ease pain in newborns
Breastfeeding and massages may help to reduce pain in newborns, delegates at a European conference have heard. More

19/09/2011 - Eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy could trigger asthma
Researchers have found a possible link between eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy and asthma and hay fever in the child. More

13/09/2011 - Oils that prevent allergy may block cancer treatment
Women who consume fish and nut oils in pregnancy may help reduce their child's risk of developing allergy, researchers have reported. More

12/09/2011 - Babies distinguish pain at 35 weeks
Unborn babies can distinguish between pain and general touch from about 35 weeks’ gestation, new research has suggested. More

02/09/2011 - New guidelines to manage maternal heart disease
New guidelines have been drawn up to tackle “major concerns” about complications in heart disease among pregnant women. More

31/08/2011 - Greater efforts needed to cut newborn deaths
The rate of deaths of new-born babies around the world has fallen, but more must be done, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

25/08/2011 - Breastfeeding may not help prevent eczema
New research suggests that extended breastfeeding may not lead to a reduced risk of a child developing the allergic skin problem eczema. More

22/08/2011 - New warning for obese mothers
New findings from a London medical school highlight the risks to babies of being born to obese mothers. More

10/08/2011 - Aspirin does not increase IVF success
Taking aspirin is unlikely to help women undergoing in vitro fertilisation, according to an analysis published today. More

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