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Researchers have identified proteins associated with a bacterial infection which is linked to premature births.
Scientists at the Yale School of Medicine found the biomarkers which are associ
Women who suffer from high blood pressure during pregnancy could face future complications in later pregnancies, according to new research.
Scientists from the Yale School of Medicine, in par
The head of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has welcomed news US president Barack Obama plans to work with congress to restore financial support to the fund which has been withheld for seve
Newborn babies can detect the beat in music, according to new research.
A study conducted at the Institute for Psychology at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Institute for Logic, Lan
Pregnant women have been warned not to drink too much water during childbirth, with doctors claiming doing so can induce comas or even prove fatal.
Research published in the International Jou
The newborn octuplets in the US are now breathing on their own, according to their doctor.
A woman in Los Angeles, California gave birth to the eight babies in the early hours of Monday morni
New research has found that carcinogenic human papillomavirus type 18 (HPV18) is not a predictor for precancerous cervical lesions.
Scientists at the University of Washington studied 303 wome
A woman from the UK has become the first IVF patient to get pregnant using new fertility technology.
The 41-year-old conceived at the CARE clinic in Nottingham following a new egg screening t
Cancer Research Wales is set to distribute money to projects across the country which research gynaecological cancers.
The organisation will hand out a total of £1 million, which was rai
Three European hospitals are hoping to offer quicker treatment for gynaecological cancers after investing in a new treatment solution.
Uppsala University Hospital and Lund University Hospital
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