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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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11/04/2011 - Women may understate alcohol pregnancy risk
Health services need to do more to identify women who are drinking heavily in the early stages of pregnancy, researchers have warned. More

30/03/2011 - Weight training 'safe' in pregnancy
Weight training is safe for pregnant women - allowing them to use it to maintain fitness, research has found. More

25/03/2011 - Pregnancy obesity challenge
Little is being done to help obese mothers-to-be, despite the dangers for both mother and the baby, it has been claimed. More

23/03/2011 - How tobacco and alcohol harm pregnancy
Pregnant women exposed to cigarette smoke risk infection, stillbirth and having babies with low birth weight, researchers warn today. More

23/03/2011 - Immune system genes linked to pregnancy problem
Genetic mutations have been identified that increase a woman's risk developing a dangerous blood pressure problem during pregnancy, researchers said today. More

22/03/2011 - Priority medicines for babies and childbirth
Simple treatments such as zinc, rehydration therapy and oxytocin for childbirth must be available in all countries to save the lives of children and their mothers, global experts said yesterday. More

16/03/2011 - Women urged to take pregnancy vitamin
A major national campaign is launched today in the UK to encourage young women to take folic acid supplements in case they become pregnant. More

15/03/2011 - Mountain man seeks pregnancy clues
Women who live in America's mountain state are helping British researchers investigate new ways of dealing with oxygen deprivation during birth. More

09/03/2011 - Support needed for obese mothers
Pregnancy often makes women feel "free" from the stigma of being overweight, researchers say today. More

07/03/2011 - Midwives should manage more births - thinktank
The British National Health Service should massively step up the use of midwives to manage births - as part of a drive to improve maternity care, experts said yesterday. More

07/03/2011 - The gene that did for Henry, Anne and Katherine
Six wives and two beheadings gave the English king Henry VIII just one sickly male heir - and now researchers say they can explain why. More

03/03/2011 - Baby joy not enough for sorrowful
Having a healthy baby may not to solve the emotional problems and worry faced by a woman who has lost a child during pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

28/02/2011 - Baby movement guidelines seek to cut anxiety
A pregnant woman who thinks her baby's movements have slowed should lie on her side for two hours, according to new medical guidelines. More

25/02/2011 - Midwives may need alternative training
Midwives and obstetricians may need formal training in complementary therapies because they are becoming so popular among pregnant women, researchers have warned. More

25/02/2011 - Treatment overcomes infertility turmoil
Women who are struggling to become pregnant need not worry if they are stressed about getting specialist treatment, researchers said today. More

11/02/2011 - New mothers urged to take part in postnatal depression study
Mothers with young babies are being urged to take part in a six-month study into the effects of physical activity on postnatal depression. More

10/02/2011 - New guidelines on twin pregnancies
British hospitals are to get new guidelines on how to care for the growing number of women who are pregnant with twins or triplets. More

28/01/2011 - Test-tube baby treatment risk warning
A leading obstetrician has called for better information about the risks of IVF treatment and improved identification of high risk women. More

27/01/2011 - Womb problem treatment tests
British researchers are setting out to find the best way of ensuring women can still have children after treatment for a painful medical condition. More

26/01/2011 - Obese women face extended pregnancy
Obese women face extended pregnancies and an increased risk of induction of labour, according to research published today. More

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