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NEWS Fluoride in UK's public water likely to happen

January 23rd 2013

The fluoridation of the UK's public water supply has taken a step closer-even though it has been rejected in several European countries and 50 American cities

FEATURE Ultrasound tests

2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 1)

Ultrasound scans can predict Down's syndrome

FEATURE The afp test

2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 1)

To reassure women that their babies are healthy, medicine has come up with a battery of tests that look for fetal abnormalities

NEWS Hospitals discriminate against down's kids

June 1st 2001

New data gleaned from a 12 year inquiry into the practices at two "centres of excellence" in the UK showed that children with Down's syndrome were given a lower priority for treatment, and that their parents received a biased view of only some of the

NEWS Ultrasound:a poor predictor of down's syndrome

May 1st 2001

Using second trimester ultrasound to detect Down's syndrome fetuses results in more fetal losses due to amniocentesis than cases of Down's detected, according to a new meta analysis

FEATURE Fluorosis and faint praise

2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 9)

The Systematic Review of Water Fluoridation commissioned last summer by the Department of Health has reported at last (BMJ, 6 October 2000 and NHS CRD Report No 18)

FEATURE Amniocentesis was not such a bad deal

2000 (Vol. 10 Issue 10)

Recently, my daughter had a slightly problematic reading in her blood and was advised to have an amniocentesis

NEWS Early test for pregnancy causes miscarriage

March 1st 1998 /

Latest studies confirm that early amniocentesis the prenatal test for Down's syndrome can increase the risk of miscarriage and incidence of babies born with club foot


1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 3)

* Up to 5 per cent of patients who undergo vaginal hysterectomy with keyhole surgery have their urinary tract injured

FEATURE Down's: doing the impossible

1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 1) /

There is nothing worse than a child born with Down's syndrome

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