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11/03/2009 - Pregnancy migraines may indicate heart risk
Migraines during pregnancy may be linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers said today. More

09/03/2009 - Drugs to delay labour carry risk
Experts have issued a warning about some drugs that delay premature labour. More

26/02/2009 - Longer maternity leave linked to breastfeeding
New nursing research suggests that an extended maternity leave can be crucial for breastfeeding success. More

18/02/2009 - TB in pregnancy warning
Tuberculosis in pregnancy is becoming a growing hazard in Britain, experts warn today. More

13/02/2009 - Mums-to-be must improve lifestyle habits
Very few women follow healthy lifestyle recommendations before they get pregnant, researchers warned today. More

11/02/2009 - Maternal obesity a problem - new findings
Growing levels of obesity among women of child-bearing age pose a major risk to the next generation of babies, researchers warned today. More

09/02/2009 - Study reassures over fertility drug cancer risk
Women's risk of ovarian cancer does not appear to be raised by the use of fertility drugs, new research has found. More

06/02/2009 - Genes link Vitamin D and sunlight to MS
Taking vitamin D during pregnancy may be important in lowering the risk of a child developing multiple sclerosis, according to a genetic study published yesterday. More

02/02/2009 - Negative emotions do not affect IVF success
Women who suffer from anxiety and depression do not have a lower rate of success when undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF). They are also no more likely to drop out of treatment, new research suggests. More

28/01/2009 - Childbirth water danger
Researchers have discovered that it is possible to drink too much water during childbirth. More

21/01/2009 - Premature birth risk from binge drinking
New findings, published today, show how a baby can suffer from a mother's binge drinking during pregnancy. More

20/01/2009 - New water threat to fertility
Alarming new evidence suggests new threats to human fertility in water pollution. More

14/01/2009 - Epidural risk "overstated"
The risk from painkilling epidurals is lower than many patients may imagine, finds a new analysis. More

08/01/2009 - Call to boost childbirth safety in poor countries
Technologies to prevent and manage obstetric complications are being neglected in under-resourced countries, say researchers. More

17/12/2008 - Embryo diagnosis has research spin-off
Test-tube procedures to prevent the birth of children with genetic disorders could provide a source of stem cells for research, scientists said today. More

15/12/2008 - Drug hope for prem lungs
Drugs that already exist may hold the key to boosting lung development in premature babies, British researchers have reported. More

12/12/2008 - Peanut pregnancy advice may change
Two days after experts warned of "peanut hysteria", a British agency has changed its advice on avoiding peanuts during pregnancy. More

10/12/2008 - Mode of birth linked to memory of labour pain
A woman is most likely to forget her labour pains if her overall experience of giving birth is good, researchers said today. More

09/12/2008 - Man-made protein blocks pregnancy thrombosis
A revolutionary new anti-clotting treatment is proving successful in protecting pregnant women and surgery patients at high risk of thrombosis. More

04/12/2008 - Midwifery under pressure - new evidence
Growing pressures on midwives are putting strains on new procedures to regulate the profession, a report warned yesterday. More

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