'Fifty fingers, fifty toes, six hearts beating at once'
The research is the first to explore the connection between drinking artificially sweetened drinks and pregnancy – though experts caution that the results should be treated with caution
Study comes after health minister said France was 'the European country where pregnant women smoke the most'
New York's only bar designed with pregnant women in mind, called Gestations, was only a joke
Lucy O’Sullivan - who has felt the ‘loneliness and isolation’ of multiple miscarriages - says the centre is hugely significant
Ronald Lock, 48, was described as having a 'complete lack of sensitivity and professionalism'
Sharon Cutts travelled to Cyprus for IVF treatment
Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz began her study after a test carried out while she was pregnant discovered a trisomy in chromosome 2 - the second largest human chromosome
'For the first time, our research documents that season of birth is actually a planned decision'
3,000 babies are born as stillbirths in England each year
'Our report reveals a wide gulf between what pregnant women need to quit smoking and what our healthcare services currently provide'
Labour and the time after is when mothers and newborns are most vulnerable
He said pregnancy after rape 'doesn’t happen as often as it does with consensual sex because of the trauma involved'
Why pregnant women can experience clumsiness, food cravings, and mood swings
'Demand has outstripped both professional awareness and professional guidance on this practice'
Although the treatment is safe it fails to achieve what is has been designed for, say researchers