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22/07/2010 - When two hearts beat as one
Pregnant women can synchronise their heartbeats with those of their unborn babies, according to a remarkable finding by British researchers. More

21/07/2010 - Midwives challenged on obesity
Midwives may not be able to solve the problems caused by growing numbers of overweight women having babies, an expert warned today. More

16/07/2010 - Out of hours risk to new babies
Babies born outside normal working hours face an increased risk of death, according to research in Scotland published today. More

15/07/2010 - Swine flu killed "healthy"
More than half of last year's swine flu deaths in Britain involved people who were previously healthy, according to a new analysis. More

13/07/2010 - Big head benefits
A big head may help people cope better with Alzheimer's disease, researchers said last night. More

12/07/2010 - Better care needed for bereaved parents
NHS care for parents who have a stillborn baby is poorly resourced and "patchy", campaigners said today. More

09/07/2010 - Pregnancy bingeing "child abuse" row
Pregnant women who engage in binge drinking are guilty of "child abuse", a senior government adviser has said. More

05/07/2010 - Pregnancy supplements call
Supplements of a sunlight-linked vitamin should be "swiftly" reintroduced for pregnant women in Britain, according to experts. More

01/07/2010 - Row over home birth warning
British midwives have rejected the findings of research linking home-births to a massively increased risk of baby death. More

28/06/2010 - Supplements blow for diabetes women
Vitamin supplements and fish oil may not do much to help improve the prospects of women with diabetes, according to two new studies. More

28/06/2010 - Blood test predicts change - researchers
A blood test may be able to predict the date of a woman's "change" to an accuracy of just four months, a conference was to be told today. More

23/06/2010 - Phone masts cleared of pregnancy risk
There is no link between cancer in young children and their mother's exposure to mobile phone base stations in pregnancy, researchers said today. More

16/06/2010 - Doctors urged to link weight and sexual health
Obesity has wide-ranging effects on sexual health, researchers say today. More

14/06/2010 - Test-tube baby malformation risk
Babies born through test-tube baby treatments face an increased risk of suffering from malformations, researchers warned today. More

10/06/2010 - Midwives warn on Caesareans
Children born just a few days prematurely may be at risk of having educational problems, according to a study in Scotland. More

04/06/2010 - Call for midwife training on obesity
Pregnant women who are overweight need the same kind of support as has been used to persuade smokers give up, experts warned yesterday. More

27/05/2010 - Baby brain-cooling wins approval
A technique which uses rapid cooling to save new-born babies from brain damage wins official endorsement in the UK today. More

26/05/2010 - Smoking link to pelvic pain in pregnancy
Researchers have found a significant link between smoking and pregnancy-related pelvic pain. More

19/05/2010 - New jaundice guidelines urge care
Babies with jaundice need to undergo proper testing to ensure their health is not at risk, NHS advisers said today. More

19/05/2010 - Problems of blood pressure drugs in pregnancy
Common drugs used to treat high blood pressure in pregnancy may affect a child's future health, researchers warned today. More

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