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Brazil fights 'epidemic' of cesarean births

Nearly 85 percent of births are delivered by C-section in Brazil's private hospitals

10:45, 12 November 2014 Wednesday

quot Rusty quot instruments used at India sterilisation camp where

The women fell ill after having laparoscopic tubectomies two days earlier at a so-called family planning camp at a village

12:49, 11 November 2014 Tuesday

One in 7 women risk dying in childbirth in Ebola-hit

800,000 women in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia are due to give birth in the next 12 months, some 120,000 could face life-threatening complications if they don't get the emergency care they need

17:37, 04 October 2014 Saturday

Swedish woman world's first to give birth after womb transplant

The unnamed Swede in her mid-30s delivered a healthy baby boy by caesarean section in early September, around two years after receiving a uterus donated by an unrelated, 61-year-old.

10:25, 25 September 2014 Thursday

In Abenomics' shadow Japanese women fight quot maternity harassment quot

More Japanese women are continuing to work after having children, as a downtrend in wages since the late 1990s has made life harder for single-income families, and complaints about harassment and discrimination related to pregnancy and childbirth have risen

09:10, 11 June 2014 Wednesday

FDA advises pregnant women to eat more low-mercury fish

The agencies continue to recommend lower mercury fish such as salmon, shrimp, pollock, and light canned tuna, and they added tilapia and cod to the list of examples.

23:34, 16 April 2014 Wednesday

Scientists find protein that lets egg and sperm hook up

Researchers said they have identified a protein on the egg cell's surface that interacts with another protein on the surface of a sperm cell, allowing the two cells to join

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