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Stress worsens effects of toxic chemical exposure in pregnancy

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, found that stress can worsen the effects to the unborn baby from toxic chemical exposure in pregnancy.
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Delighted at the thought of starting a family, Megan, 23, from Belfast, was later diagnosed with a molar pregnancy after experiencing heavy vaginal bleeding at 10-and-a-half weeks.
Source: the Mail online | Health - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
Valproate will no longer be given to girls and women of childbearing age unless they sign a consent form.
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LONDON (Reuters) - A Sanofi drug for epilepsy and bipolar disorder linked to thousands of birth defects has been banned in Britain for use in women or girls of child-bearing age, unless they are on a special pregnancy prevention program.
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Source: Frontiers in Physiology - Category: Physiology Source Type: research
The findings from a study of 51,000 mothers and infants in Norway call into question NHS guidelines which say expectant mothers can safely consume up to two cups of coffee a day.
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New rules don ’ t explicitly exclude teaching about contraception and protected sex, but favor “ sexual risk avoidance ” and don ’ t require as rigorous evidence of efficacy.
Source: NYT Health - Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Tags: Abstinence (Sexual) Teenage Pregnancy Youth Health and Human Services Department Source Type: news
Most pregnant women know to avoid certain foods and drinks, such as raw meat and alcohol. But a new study lends weight to the notion that a high intake of caffeinated substances may also be detrimental to a baby's health.
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Conclusion: Although some aspects of the iFertracker could use a few improvement, such as its adhesive patches and smartphone app, we still believe iFertracker is a convenient, accurate, easy-to-use, and reliable way to track one’s BBT and pred...
Source: Medgadget - Category: Medical Devices Authors: Tags: Exclusive Ob/Gyn Reproductive Medicine Source Type: blogs
MONDAY, April 23, 2018 -- There's new evidence that even moderate amounts of caffeine consumed by a mom-to-be might affect her child's weight years later. The overall effect was small -- an average of an extra pound by age 8. But children of women...
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In conclusion, this exemplifies how the bioethics field continues to navigate gray areas. These areas become more undefined as laws and policies that contradict one another are introduced.    Works Cited Liptak, Adam. “Supreme Court Rejects Contraceptives Mandate for Some Corporations.” The New York Times, 30 June 2014, www.nytimes.com/2014/07/01/us/hobby-lobby-case-supreme-court-contraception.html. Works Cited Menikoff, Jerry. Law and Bioethics. Georgetown University Press, 2001. O'Brien, David M. Constitutional Law and Politics. 6th ed., vol. 2, W.W. Norton &Company, 2005. Pear, Robert, and Je...
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