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  • GPs_to_be_OCT 2013

    Sexist or gender specific? Subscription

    06 Nov 2013 By GPs To Be

    Following the recent House of Commons debate over whether it is sexist to give a pregnant woman your seat, Dr Laura O’Loghlen examines the unique physical state of a pregnant woman and concludes that medically, it is probably sexist not to

  • clinnews

    Risk of preterm or still birth raised in women with history of STI Subscription

    09 Sep 2013 By Pulse Clinical Team

    The latest clinical news, research, guidance and conference news- as it happens. Monday 9th September

  • clinnews

    Topical steroids safe in pregnancy but high doses risk low birth weight Subscription

    05 Sep 2013 By Pulse Clinical Team

    The latest clinical news, research, guidance and conference news- as it happens. Thursday 5th September

  • margaretmccartney

    The commercialisation of birth Subscription

    13 Sep 2012 By Margaret McCartney

    Instead of trying to encourage pregnant women to buy things they don’t need, why can’t we just give good pregnancy advice? Margaret asks

  • Edzard Ernst

    Herbal medicine during pregnancy Subscription

    05 Sep 2012 By Edzard Ernst

    As soon as a woman finds out she is expecting, she thinks twice about taking ‘dangerous chemical drugs’. This cautious attitude is, of course, laudable but it also makes pregnant women easy victims for the ‘natural’ supplements industry.

  • copperfield

    A breech of trust Subscription

    27 Aug 2012 By Tony Copperfield

    Hmm, did I hear that right?