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UNAIDS calls for LGBT community in Uganda to be treated with respect and dignity at all times
Is COVID-19 Vaccine Safe for Nursing Mothers?
New partnership pledges clear and consistent evidence-based guidance on medicines for pregnant and breastfeeding women
Update on government’s response to Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review
Preparing For Summer And Keeping Kids Safe
Moderna vaccine becomes third COVID-19 vaccine approved by UK regulator
Who can take Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine?
Statement from Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on December 31, 2020
Second COVID-19 vaccine authorised by medicines regulator
Oxford University/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine approved
Statement from UK Chief Medical Officers on prioritisation of first doses of COVID-19 vaccines
Statement from Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on December 23, 2020
WFP welcomes Korea’s support for nutrition assistance in crisis-hit central DRC
Drinking milk while breastfeeding may reduce child’s food allergy risk
Conflict, floods and COVID-19 push South Sudanese into extreme hunger
$13M boost for international mother-baby iron supplements study
Service changes over festive season
Maternal diet during lactation affects milk bacteria
Materinal diet during lactation affects milk bacteria
World Vision commits $660 million to fight global malnutrition
Industry attacks on new alcohol guidelines put profit before public health
New alcohol guidelines urge Aussies to go easy on booze
Neonatal ICU has new home in Mayo Clinic Children’s Center
New Australian guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol
FARE welcomes updated National Alcohol Guidelines
Australian Alcohol Guidelines Revised
No more than 10 a week and 4 a day
Window to prevent famine in Yemen is narrowing, UN agencies warn
Investing in midwife-led interventions could save 4.3 million lives per year, new study finds
History of fascism, reproductive rights offers lessons for today
Cooling down vaccine fear
Study demonstrates life-saving potential of midwifery scale-up
Parents shouldn’t worry about their baby’s inconsistent sleep patterns
Team Grants for cannabis research
Early birth linked to greater risk of hospital visits during childhood
Canada’s nuclear regulator modernizes regulations related to worker protections
320,000 children and adolescents newly infected with HIV in 2019
Mobile lactation pods provide secure location for nursing mothers to breastfeed/pump
New mothers, infants and adolescents face challenges to healthy food and nutrition – research shows
Heat kills more Australians than any natural disaster
WHO launches new roadmap on human resource strategies to ensure that all newborns survive and thrive
Lifeblood Milk and SAHMRI partner to deliver Australia’s first breast milk fortifier for premature babies
Legal challenge to Affordable Care Act threatens women’s reproductive health care
Does breastfeeding lower mother’s breast cancer risk?
High-sugar toddler milks overpriced, potentially harmful
Singing to connect with new mothers
Female fighter pilots test modified ATAGS “G-suit”
IAEA Commemorates 11th Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security