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Men who were small babies are less likely to marry
Men who were small at birth are less likely to marry, finds a study in this week's BMJ. Although the factors that lead men to marry are complex, these findings raise the possibility that early growth restriction may influence the factors involved in partner selection. Over 3,500 men, born at the Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland, during 1924-33 were studied. Birth data were linked... View News Article (2001-03-27)

Preconception care crucial to improving maternal and infant health
Continued improvements in the infant and maternal mortality rates will depend on interventions before a woman becomes pregnant, according to officials from the March of Dimes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other experts. View News Article (2006-09-20)

Reducing caffeine intake has no effect on birth weight or length of pregnancy
There is no evidence that moderate levels of caffeine consumption during pregnancy lead to a greater risk of premature births and underweight babies despite warnings from some public health officials. View News Article (2007-01-29)

Norwegian torpedo boat service associated with increased risk of birth defects
Military service aboard a Norwegian missile torpedo boat was associated with a signficantly increased risk of having children with birth defects or who were stillborn, reveals research in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. View News Article (2006-01-17)

Number of babies born prematurely nears historic half million mark in US
Nearly a half million American babies were born prematurely in a single year, according to a government report issued today, putting them at increased risk for death and disability. View News Article (2005-09-09)

Study shows reduced risk of preterm birth for pregnant women vaccinated during 2009 H1N1 pandemic flu outbreak
Pregnant women who received the H1N1 influenza vaccine during the 2009 pandemic were less likely to have premature babies, and their babies weighed more on average. View News Article (2013-02-20)

Ultrasound measurement of fetal adrenal gland a better predictor of preterm birth
In a study to be presented today at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's (SMFM) annual meeting, The Pregnancy Meeting ™, in Chicago, researchers will unveil findings that show that measuring the fetal zone of the adrenal gland is a better predictor of pre-term birth than measuring cervical length. View News Article (2010-02-04)

Low birth weight infants may have cognitive and physical problems when they reach adolescence
Sixteen-year-olds who weighed less than 2,000 grams (about 4.5 pounds) at birth and are not disabled are still more likely than the average teenager to have physical and mental difficulties. View News Article (2006-10-03)

Differences in pregnancy risks and outcomes among immigrant groups to the US
Since the number of people of Hispanic and Asian origins has been increasing in the United States, it is important for healthcare workers to assess the risk factors associated with pregnancy outcomes in these ethnic groups. View News Article (2006-04-03)

World-first to predict premature birth
Australian researchers and a pathology company have joined forces to develop a world-first computerised system which may reveal a way to predict premature birth with greater accuracy. View News Article (2008-09-08)

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