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  • Lily Allen's Song for Stillborn Son

    Singer Lily Allen has revealed a new song written in memory of her stillborn son, who died in 2010. The song, ti...

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  • Pre-pregnancy exercise can reduce pelvic pain

      New research from Norway indicates that frequent exercise before pregnancy may decrease the risk of a woman...

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  • Can weight loss surgery improve fertility?

      The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have released a Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) ...

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  • “In-womb” stem cell trial

      A trial into using stem cells to lessen the symptoms of an incurable brittle bone disease will be starting ...

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  • Proposed changes to funding for midwifery courses

      Proposals to change the way midwifery courses are funded, made by the Council of Deans of Health and Univer...

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  • RCM survey finds many maternity units struggling

      An RCM survey of senior midwives have revealed that many maternity services are struggling.  Over two-fift...

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  • New recommendations for miscarriage diagnosis

      New research results have indicated that perhaps Drs should wait longer for a second scan to confirm an ear...

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  • Encouraging results from frozen ovaries research

      A new study, undertaken in Denmark and published in the journal Human Reproduction, has shown positive resu...

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  • Does breastfeeding influence babies intelligence?

      New research challenges previous findings that indicate that breastfeeding is linked to higher IQ levels. ...

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  • Marina Fogle becomes Patron of MAMA Academy

    Press Release Pregnancy charity MAMA Academy is delighted to announce that they are welcoming Marina Fogle as thei...

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  • Encouraging early trials into pre-eclampsia treatment

      A pilot study has been conducted into a new form of management for women experiencing pre-eclampsia and the...

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  • New guidelines: VBACs are likely to be safe and successful

      The RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) have updated their current guidelines on VBACs...

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