News

  • Lack of parental facilities at neonatal units

    A report from the charity Bliss, has highlighted the worrying lack of parent facilities and accommodation for neon...

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  • Breech Babies spotted with safety scan

    Better care needed for disabled women

    A Birthrights survey from the University of Bournemouth has revealed that disabled women are perhaps not given ade...

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  • Research suggests MRIs safe in first trimester

    A new study has shown that use of MRI scans in the first trimester does not harm the baby, although use of a contr...

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  • Delivering twins at 37 weeks?

    Research has indicated that some twins should be delivered at 37 weeks gestation, in order to minimise risk of sti...

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  • Compensation for birth injuries scheme announced

    A new compensation scheme for babies harmed during birth has been announced by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt today...

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  • #stillBORN - Ava's story

    My husband and I decided to start trying for our first baby in Spring 2011.  We were very lucky and within a coup...

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  • BBC presenter, Tessa Dunlop, discusses baby loss

    Tessa Dunlop, the BBC Coast presenter, has discussed her experience of baby loss, in the Mail on Sunday. Tessa rev...

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  • High Alcohol Intake and Fertility

    A new study has suggested that high alcohol consumption can impact female fertility. The study found that women wh...

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  • New vaccine highly effective

    The number of children under one contracting meningitis and septicaemia caused by meningococcal group B (MenB) has...

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  • #stillBORN campaign - Isaac's story

    MAMA Academy volunteer Catherine has written about the loss of baby Isaac for our #stillBORN campaign this Baby Lo...

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  • #stillBORN campaign - Leo's story

    Team MAMA volunteer Jess shares the story of her son Leo in support of our #stillBORN campaign for Baby Loss Aware...

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  • UK mortality rates for babies still unacceptable

    Incontinence after birth

    Research by the NCT has found that many women who experience incontinence after childbirth are ‘suffering in sil...

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