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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

19/11/2009 - Thyroid problems linked to pre-eclampsia in pregnancy
A dangerous complication of pregnancy may be linked to thyroid problems, researchers warned yesterday. More

13/11/2009 - Exercise "safe" for pregnant women
Pregnant women can safely undertake low-level exercise until their baby is born, researchers said last night. More

06/11/2009 - Fresh warning on home foetal heart monitors
Experts issued a fresh warning today to pregnant women not to trust home foetal heart monitors. More

05/11/2009 - Pregnancy vitamin link to asthma claim
Researchers say they have found a link between the folic acid supplements that women take in pregnancy and rising rates of asthma. More

05/11/2009 - Plea for neo-natal care cash
Professional organisations called for cash yesterday to back up new guidance for the care of new-born babies who need special care. More

03/11/2009 - Vaccine protects pregnant as flu epidemic hits new country
A swine flu vaccine works well with pregnant women - a key risk group in the pandemic - after just one dose, researchers reported last night. More

02/11/2009 - Mums need support for teething problems - NHS
New mothers suddenly find themselves adrift about five months after giving birth, according to an analysis published today. More

30/10/2009 - Coffee limits published for the pregnant
Pregnant women should drink no more than two mugs of instant coffee a day, according to new government advice published yesterday. More

29/10/2009 - Plea for support for bereaved mothers
Campaigners call today for British hospitals to offer specialist bereavement help to women struck by the tragedy of losing a baby. More

27/10/2009 - Rise in Down's syndrome diagnoses
Growing numbers of babies with Down's syndrome are being identified during pregnancy in Britain, researchers report today. More

19/10/2009 - Fibroid treatment may bring miscarriage risk
A new treatment for fibroids may affect a woman's future fertility, researchers have warned. More

16/10/2009 - Counting baby kicks not recommended
Counting baby kicks is no longer the best way to check for problems with a pregnancy, experts warn today. More

14/10/2009 - Cancer passes from mother to baby
A pregnant woman with cancer can pass the disease on to her baby, researchers have warned. More

14/10/2009 - Asthma linked to low birth weight and early birth
There is a clear link between low birth weight and the chance of developing asthma, says new research. More

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