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FEATURE Bugs in the system

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

New research has revealed how the microbes in our gut influence our central nervous system, and healing these microorganisms may, in turn, be the answer to everything from spinal cord injury and stroke damage to mental illness. Celeste McGovern investigates

NEWS Birth is just as safe at home as hospital, new guidelines say

December 4th 2014

A home birth is better for the mother, and just as safe as hospital, new UK guidelines say.

NEWS Exercising reduces risk of caesarean birth

July 29th 2013

The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a fairly hefty baby boy, George, weighing in at 8lbs 6oz (3

FEATURE Training Jane, not Tarzan

2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

God may have created man and woman equal, but they were not created the same

NEWS Natural birth: C-section babies more likely to develop asthma

December 18th 2008 /

The health-giving qualities of natural birth were underlined again this week by a study that shows that babies born by Caesarean section are far more likely to develop asthma as children

NEWS Caesarean: The mother is twice as likely to die

November 22nd 2007

Women who have a Caesarean section delivery double their chances of dying or suffering a serious illness, a new study has discovered

NEWS Caesareans: Give the mother the facts, and the rate drops

June 28th 2007

Caesarean rates in the USA and UK have rocketed to around 25 per cent of all births, usually because of a cautious 'just-in-case' approach

NEWS Caesarean: It triples the death rate in newborns

June 11th 2007

Babies born by Caesarean section are three times more likely to die soon afterwards than those born naturally, a new study has discovered

NEWS Uk caesareans reach record levels

December 1st 2001

More than 20 per cent of babies born in England and Wales are now delivered by caesarean section

NEWS Older mums have more unnecessary caesareans

June 1st 2001

Obstetric complications do not explain why pregnant women over 30 years of age are more likely than younger women to end up with a caesarean section

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