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  • 23 February, 2018

    A new study suggests mothers exposed to high levels of certain air pollutants during pregnancy have a higher risk of abnormal fetal growth.

  • 22 February, 2018

    A research team has been looking into the effects being born ‘too early’ has on the brain and how to improve the future outcome for preterm babies.

  • Higher nipple temperature may aid babies in breastfeeding
    21 February, 2018

    A new report reveals that more mothers in Scotland are continuing to breastfeed up to six months after birth.

  • 20 February, 2018

    Unicef has published its latest report on global deaths of newborn babies.

  • 19 February, 2018

    Midwifery students at the University of Cumbria have received training provided by a charity set up to raise awareness of bereavement.

  • 16 February, 2018

    A new guide designed to enable and empower the work of maternity safety champions could help to improve services, says the RCM.

  • 16 February, 2018

    WHO has announced new recommendations to establish global care standards for healthy women and reduce unnecessary medical interventions.

  • 15 February, 2018

    A new study reveals how a transgender woman in the US has been able to breastfeed a baby for six weeks exclusively.

  • 14 February, 2018

    NHS figures show a jump in pregnancies as a result of a rise in conception rates around Valentine’s Day – 14 February.

  • 13 February, 2018

    Experts have suggested new examples of language for midwives and doctors to use when addressing the women in their care and their partners.

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