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Natural breech birth low risk for babies 29-07-2015

A new study shows the risks associated with the natural vaginal delivery of a breech position babies is very low but doctors still encourage caesareans. The risks of a baby dying or suffering complications during a natural breech birth are "v

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Pregnancy causes hormone-driven growth of the intestines that allows more energy to be extracted from the same amount of food, a study shows. Eating for two during pregnancy may lead to a weight problem because of changes to the digestive system,

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  • Retrain your brain fitness lab 29-07-2015

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  • Diabetics at greater risk of TB: study 28-07-2015

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  • Rural Australian's health suffering 28-07-2015

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  • Italy doctors held amid baby milk 'bribes' 27-07-2015

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