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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

01/11/2010 - Peanut pregnancy link reopened
New findings today reopen claims that peanut allergy may be triggered when a pregnant woman consumes the nuts. More

26/10/2010 - Womb clue to allergy
A baby's pace of growth in the womb seems to affect its chances of developing allergies or asthma, researchers have reported. More

26/10/2010 - Danger to babies from “slapped face syndrome”
Women who develop “slapped face syndrome” in the first trimester of pregnancy are at high risk of causing serious problems for their unborn babies, researchers have warned. More

21/10/2010 - Fish oil no good for maternal blues
Taking fish oil supplements in pregnancy does not reduce levels of post-natal depression – or help children’s cognitive and language development, according to new findings. More

21/10/2010 - Challenge of large babies
Clinicians working in maternity services face an increasing challenge from the number of "large" babies being born, experts warned today. More

20/10/2010 - Spring pregnancy linked to food allergy
The season in which a woman begins her pregnancy may be linked to the development of food allergies, researchers said today. More

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