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Steroid hormone could reduce risk of preterm birth for high-risk single baby pregnancies
Study links nutritional supplements to lower risk of preterm birth
Genes associated with increased risk of cervical cancer identified
Devastating harms from tobacco use and exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke in pregnancy
WHO: Smoking doubles sudden infant death and birth defects
New research highlights risks of separating newborns from mothers during COVID-19 pandemic
Preterm birth, prolonged labor influenced by progesterone balance
New funding for storytelling project to inspire future engineers
Halved risk for severe retinal disease in extremely premature infants
Severe COVID-19 in pregnancy associated with preterm birth, other complications
COVID-19 increases mortality rate among pregnant women
How skin tone bias and age affect preterm birth rates of Black women
Ohio State-Led Support Program Suggests A Reduction in Preterm Birth and Infant Mortality
OSU studies find Oregon’s Medicaid expansion improved prenatal care access, birth outcomes
Exposure to Metals Can Impact Pregnancy
Great ideas attract $7 million in NHMRC grants
Combined probiotics use may help reduce pre-term infant mortality
Pregnant women with COVID-19 at increased risk of hospitalization, ICU admission and early labour
Singing to preterm infants during kangaroo care reduces maternal anxiety and supports mother-infant relationship
Study Finds No Change in Preterm Birth or Stillbirth in Philadelphia During Pandemic Period
Mothers’ stress may lead to preterm births, faster aging in children
Early birth linked to greater risk of hospital visits during childhood
Predicting preterm births
WHO launches new roadmap on human resource strategies to ensure that all newborns survive and thrive
Predicting long-term effects of prenatal COVID-19 exposure
Nature Research Award for Associate Professor Joshua Vogel
Nature Research Award for A/Prof Joshua Vogel
Exposure to high temperatures linked to poor pregnancy outcomes
Clinical trial shows steroid a preterm lifesaver
Can a relaxation massage make a difference to pregnant women’s mental health?
DNA Test Identifies Genetic Causes of Severe Fetal and Newborn Illness
$2.5 million to improve health of First Nations families
Expanded Newborn Screening Could Save Premature Infants’ Lives
SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy was not associated with complications in neonates
Most Infants Are Well Even When Moms are Infected by COVID-19
New study reveals why flu can be devastating for pregnant women
Worse birth outcomes, higher maternal risk factors for pregnancies in Alberta’s poorest rural regions
Baylor to research environmental health disparities in pregnancy outcomes
Pregnant women with covid-19 are less likely to have symptoms, may more likely need intensive care
No safe level of caffeine consumption for pregnant women and would-be mothers
Umbilical cord blood could improve brain injury in babies
Racial, socioeconomic disparities fuel increased infant mortality rates in California
Nepal lockdown halved health facility births and increased stillbirths and newborn deaths
New Centre for Early Life to be launched at University of Warwick
Potential preterm births in high risk women predicted to 73% accuracy, thanks to new technique
Funding to prevent premature births
Driving global impact in maternal and child health
Driving global impact in maternal and child health