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  • UK mortality rates for babies still unacceptablePregnancy could cost you your job

    Stillbirth Rates Continue To Fall Slightly

    The Office for National Statistics has just published its latest birth data for England & Wales, for the year ...

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  • MBRRACE reports continued reduction in stillbirth and neonatal death

    This week the latest MBRRACE-UK perinatal mortality surveillance report was published, reviewing the data for the ...

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  • A fifth of critically ill covid patients are unvaccinated pregnant women

    Claire Bromley, an unvaccinated pregnant woman, spent almost a month in the hospital altogether, and two weeks in ...

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  • SARS-CoV-2 and Pregnancy Outcomes

    SARS-CoV-2 and pregnancy outcomes according to gestational age at time of infection Badr et al, Emerging Infectiou...

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  • Folic Acid To Be Added To Flour In The UK

    In a new effort to reduce the number for birth defects, the government has announced its plan to fortify non-whole...

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  • UK Uses Environmentally Friendly Pain Reliever

    On the 9th September 2021, Kaja Gerskinka, was the first woman in the UK to use an environmentally friendly pain r...

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  • Intrapartum stillbirths that occurred during the pandemic

    MAMA Academy welcomes the publication today of the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB)’s National Lear...

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  • Maternity Safety Report Released

    A new report has been released today by MP's into maternity safety. One of the main statements is a call for urgen...

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  • Call For Better Support For Baby Loss Parents

    Our fantastic trustee Angie Bowles was featured on Meridian News last night, where they ran a piece about mum Sara...

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  • Pregnant Women Encouraged To Have Covid-19 Vaccine

    Pregnant women are today being encouraged to have their vaccination against coronavirus. A UK study suggests havin...

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  • Miscarriage rates over 40% higher in black women

    Black women face a significantly higher risk of having a miscarriage than white, research suggests. The Lancet ana...

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  • Channel 4 implements first pregnancy loss policy

    Channel 4 has launched a ‘world first’ pregnancy loss policy for male and female staff, offering support and t...

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