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  • Suzanne Shaw opens up about her “pain-free” hypnobirth labour

    Suzanne Shaw recently gave birth to her second child, in her kitchen without any pain relief.  The 34-year-old an...

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  • Oliver's story of survival from growth restriction

    In July 2011 I went to my doctors to discuss changing my medications to ones that would be suitable in pregnancy a...

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  • Staggering stats: UK “worlds worst” at breast feeding

    An international study has shown that breastfeeding rates in the UK are the lowest in the world. The data shows th...

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  • New study into Lupus in pregnancy

    A recent study of 13,598 Swedish women in their first pregnancy has revealed that lupus during pregnancy may have ...

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  • Andy and Kim Murray welcome baby daughter

    Congratulations to Andy and Kim Murray who welcomed their first child, a baby girl, into the world on Sunday night...

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  • Award for Midwife Who Went the Extra Mile

    Midwife Bryany Tweedale-Bend has been named as Wales' Emma's Diary Mums' Midwife of the Year 2016, following a nom...

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  • New NICE Quality Standards for Diabetes Care

    The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have published a new “Quality standards” document...

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  • Rubella screening to end

    Public Health England have announced that as of the 1st of April this year the national screening programme for ru...

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  • Sir Terry Wogan's Heartbreak

    The late Sir Terry Wogan spoke out before his death of the heartbreak he suffered after the death of his daughter ...

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  • Breech Babies spotted with safety scan

    Breech Babies to be Spotted With Safety Scan

    Mums to be in Norfolk are being offered a 'safety scan' in order to potentially spot breech babies before they are...

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  • Four Million Affected by Zika Virus

    The World Health Organisation has predicted that up to four million people could be infected with the Zika virus i...

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  • Not enough being done to prevent stillbirth

    Not Enough Progress in Work to Prevent Stillbirth

    In a series of papers on ending preventable stillbirths, published in the Lancet this week it has been suggested...

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