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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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24/01/2011 - Antioxidant supplements may aid conception
Couples having difficulty in conceiving naturally should consider taking antioxidant supplements, according to a new analysis. More

18/01/2011 - Nutrition crucial to pregnancy health - research
Women who are dieting in the early stages of pregnancy may put their babies at risk, researchers warned last night. More

14/01/2011 - Row over six months breast-feed target
Breastfeeding babies exclusively for six months may “not always be in the child’s best interests”, it has been claimed. More

12/01/2011 - Clue to chlamydia pregnancy risk
British researchers say they have discovered how an infection that afflicts women can interfere with pregnancy - leading to new clues about the causes of a major complication. More

11/01/2011 - Chemicals may threaten pregnancy
Exposure to some industrial chemicals may make it harder for women to have a healthy pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

05/01/2011 - Novel method to calculate IVF success
A new method has been developed to give accurate predictions of the success of in-vitro fertilisation, British researchers reported last night. More

24/12/2010 - Clues to pregnancy killer condition
If you are pregnant it can be a killer - literally. It's called pre-eclampsia and is caused by rising blood pressure. More

22/12/2010 - Health advice for baby clinics
The chances of giving birth to a healthy baby after in-vitro fertilisation are improved if just one embryo is implanted, researchers warned today. More

20/12/2010 - Freeze threatens blood shortage
Blood donors in the UK have been urged to struggle through the bad weather to meet appointments to prevent catastrophic shortages in hospitals. More

07/12/2010 - Phone pregnancy alert
Pregnant women who make heavy use of mobile phones may contribute to their children developing behaviour problems, researchers claimed today. More

03/12/2010 - Epilepsy drug linked with spina bifida
Women who take one of the most common drugs to treat epilepsy face an increased risk of having a baby with spina bifida, researchers warn today. More

02/12/2010 - Vitamin may 'tune' baby DNA
British researchers have made a genetic breakthrough in the understanding of how folic acid protects the health of unborn babies. More

02/12/2010 - Pregnancy loss heart risk?
New findings could add to the despair of couples who lose multiple pregnancies - but experts warned against letting it cause alarm. More

29/11/2010 - "Radical" tests for health of unborn babies
British researchers have been setting out "radical" new ways of checking the health of unborn babies and their mothers. More

29/11/2010 - Welcome for bottle ban
Campaigners have welcomed plans for a ban on dangerous plastics used in baby bottles. More

16/11/2010 - Pregnancy smoke crime link
Exposing unborn babies to cigarette smoke is known to pose a risk to the brain - and new findings suggest the offspring of heavy smokers may succumb to criminal behaviour. More

15/11/2010 - Mums struggle with weight pressures
Large numbers of young mothers feel under pressure to lose weight to match celebrity stereotypes - and fail, according to a major survey published today. More

09/11/2010 - Pregnancy pain-killers may damage paternal prospects
The use of common pain-killers during pregnancy may be contributing to declining male fertility in some European countries, according to disturbing findings revealed yesterday. More

04/11/2010 - Child behaviour problems linked to birth method
Children's emotional and behavioural problems may be linked to a stressful birth, researchers have reported. More

03/11/2010 - Fertility treatment risks unsettled
The jury is still out on the increased risk of cerebral palsy in children born as a result of fertility treatment, researchers say today. More

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