Pregnancy News and Research

Latest Pregnancy News and Research

Pregnant women with epilepsy face dilemma - continue treatment and risk birth defects

Pregnant women with epilepsy face dilemma - continue treatment and risk birth defects

Adolescents not receiving health counseling

Adolescents not receiving health counseling

Eating lots of fish during and after pregnancy reduces daughters' risk of developing breast cancer

Eating lots of fish during and after pregnancy reduces daughters' risk of developing breast cancer

Baby hormone reduces risk of breast cancer

Baby hormone reduces risk of breast cancer

Experimental vaccine targeting West Nile virus

Experimental vaccine targeting West Nile virus

NHS must overhaul its approach to adolescent health

NHS must overhaul its approach to adolescent health

History of preeclampsia increases lifetime risk for cardiovascular illness and death

History of preeclampsia increases lifetime risk for cardiovascular illness and death

No clear correlation between routine ultrasonic scans and intellectual impairment

No clear correlation between routine ultrasonic scans and intellectual impairment

Grandmother smoking can cause childrens asthma

Grandmother smoking can cause childrens asthma

Levels of anti–clotting proteins influence pregancy outcomes

Levels of anti–clotting proteins influence pregancy outcomes

Fifteen-year hunt uncovers gene behind pseudothalidomide syndrome

Fifteen-year hunt uncovers gene behind pseudothalidomide syndrome

Mothers' poor health revealed in new study

Mothers' poor health revealed in new study

Millions of mothers and children are dying unnecessarily

Millions of mothers and children are dying unnecessarily

How heart is formed in the embryo helps explain congenital heart disease

How heart is formed in the embryo helps explain congenital heart disease

Potential therapeutic target for infertility and contraception

Potential therapeutic target for infertility and contraception

ACNM joins call to make every mother and child count on World Health Day 2005

ACNM joins call to make every mother and child count on World Health Day 2005

First evidence that preeclampsia can leave a persistent and potentially fatal imprint in the pulmonary circulation of the fetus

First evidence that preeclampsia can leave a persistent and potentially fatal imprint in the pulmonary circulation of the fetus

Need for pediatricians to partner with community-based organizations

Need for pediatricians to partner with community-based organizations

Lack of aftercare support for mothers of twins

Lack of aftercare support for mothers of twins

Uterine fibroid embolization is effective treatment for uterine fibroids

Uterine fibroid embolization is effective treatment for uterine fibroids