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Pregnant women who work nights may face miscarriage risk
Tues March 26th - Pregnant women who work at least two night shifts in a single week could be at increased risk of suffering a miscarriage the following week, Danish researchers say today. More
Sedentary lifestyles linked to 70,000 UK deaths a year
Tues March 26th - Sitting down for large parts of the day is linked to nearly 70,000 deaths every year in the UK, a new observational study has revealed. More
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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

03/12/2008 - Pregnancy exercise may place woman at risk
Researchers have found that too much intense exercise during pregnancy may be risky. More

02/12/2008 - Asthma link to caesarean
Growing rates of caesarean section have caused alarm - and now researchers have found a new reason for concern. More

25/11/2008 - Depression drugs damage baby heart
Taking anti-depressant drugs in the early stages of pregnancy may damage the heart of the unborn child, researchers warned yesterday. More

17/11/2008 - Experts review invisible pregnancies
The number of pregnancies that cannot be detected by scans is increasing, experts have warned. More

11/11/2008 - Breast-feeding boosts lung power
Babies who are breast-fed for at least four months develop healthier lungs, British researchers reported yesterday. More

04/11/2008 - Cut down the caffeine, pregnant women told
An official warning was issued yesterday to pregnant women to cut down on their consumption of caffeine. More

03/11/2008 - Pregnancy drink conundrum
Women who take a little alcohol during pregnancy may not be doing their children any harm, according to a major British study. More

03/11/2008 - Health hazards from excess pregnancy weight gain
Women who put on a lot of weight during pregnancy may be placing their baby at risk of becoming overweight or obese, according to new findings. More

30/10/2008 - Birth pressures aggravate midwife shortages
British maternity departments are facing a growing shortage of midwives as professionals struggle to keep up with a rising birth rate, it has been claimed. More

28/10/2008 - Infant infection risks joints
Children who succumb to a serious infection in infancy are at risk of going on to develop arthritis early in their adult lives, researchers warned today. More

16/10/2008 - Baby units "overstretched"
Britain's special care baby units remain "overstretched and understaffed", campaigners said yesterday. More

15/10/2008 - Acupuncture may help pregnancy pain
Acupuncture may help pregnant women suffering from pelvic girdle pain, according to new findings. More

13/10/2008 - Test-tube baby boom
More than 10,000 women a year in Britain are now giving birth to "test-tube" babies, according to new figures. More

08/10/2008 - Miscarriage risk to future pregnancies
Women lose their first pregnancy to a miscarriage may face an increased risk of a range of medical problems in their next pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

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