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03/02/2010 - Pregnancy does not diminish brain power
So-called "baby brain" - where a woman allegedly loses brain power during pregnancy - does not exist, researchers said today. More

03/02/2010 - Op no bar to normal birth
Women can safely attempt normal birth even after having several babies through a caesarean operation, researchers reported today. More

29/01/2010 - Scanning breakthrough hope
British researchers are setting out to make a breakthrough in scanning - creating revolutionary images of unborn babies and new perspectives on the heart. More

27/01/2010 - How to encourage longer breastfeeding?
Britain needs a rethink on how to improve the low rates of breast-feeding among its new mothers, researchers warn today. More

26/01/2010 - Malaria pregnancy risk - millions affected
As many as 60 per cent of pregnant women worldwide are at risk from malaria, researchers warned today. More

22/01/2010 - Welcome for Dads' Guide
Parent and midwife groups welcomed plans, published yesterday, to boost support for families, including an official guide for fathers. More

20/01/2010 - Let women eat and drink in labour - new analysis
There is no good reason to prevent women from eating and drinking while giving birth, experts say today. More

12/01/2010 - High risk from unnecessary caesareans - WHO
Women who give birth through caesarean operations without good medical reasons face massively increased risks, experts warned today. More

09/12/2009 - Pre-birth bacteria exposure may prevent allergies
It's been thought for a long time that child-hood exposure to bacteria reduces the risk of asthma and allergy - but new findings suggest this begins in the womb. More

08/12/2009 - Test may detect premature labour
A new test may help settle whether a pregnant woman is at risk of going into early labour, British researchers report today. More

07/12/2009 - Miscarriage blow, DVT hope at major conference
Three studies on drug treatments that combat blood clotting may change medical practice, a major conference was told yesterday. More

07/12/2009 - Violence in pregnancy challenge
Doctors and midwives caring for pregnant women need to step up the search for signs of domestic violence, a conference is to be told today. More

02/12/2009 - Doula birth fashion criticised
Good care of mothers giving birth may be jeopardised by the increasing popularity of paid birth partners - known as doulas, a doctor claims today. More

02/12/2009 - Carla backs baby HIV campaign
Euro-celebrity Carla Bruni-Sarkovsky has been backing calls to eliminate HIV transmission to new-born babies. More

01/12/2009 - Blow to prematurity infection theory
Efforts to use antibiotics to prevent premature birth have proved unsuccessful, British researchers reported today. More

30/11/2009 - Breast-feeding safe for HIV mums - WHO
Mothers infected with HIV should breast-feed their babies whilst continuing to take drug treatment, according to new global guidelines published today. More

27/11/2009 - Birth link to MS challenged
The UK's largest multiple sclerosis charity has voiced reservations over findings that childbirth may slow progression of the disease. More

26/11/2009 - Father birth debate heats up
Midwives are set to hear claims today that fathers can aggravate problems of childbirth by insisting on being present. More

25/11/2009 - Post-natal care lacking - UK mums
New mothers in Britain are increasingly critical of the care they receive after birth, a survey revealed today. More

23/11/2009 - Regulations threaten fertility treatment in Europe
New European regulations covering assisted reproduction have been criticised by experts. More

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