Severe morning sickness in early pregnancy "puts Kate Middleton and other expectant mothers at more risk of pre-eclampsia"

Severe morning sickness in early pregnancy 'puts Kate and other expectant mothers at more risk of pre-eclampsia' Pregnant women who need hospital treatment before 12 weeks are 20 per cent more likely to suffer pre-eclampsia, study finds Can lead to premature birth, still birth or smaller than average babyExperts say Kate should escape because her sickness came early By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:14 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:22 GMT, 30 January 2013 Increased risk: Pregnant women who suffer severe morning such as the Duchess of Cambridge, pictured leaving hospital in December, are more at risk of pre-eclampsia, a study has found Severe morning sickness that blighted the early weeks of the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy could cause complications for mother and baby, doctors said yesterday.

Don’t call me babe! The most hated pet names for women revealed (sorry sweetcheeks)

Don”t call me Babe! The most hated pet names for women revealed (sorry sweetcheeks). It has become one of the most common terms of endearment used by couples, but “babe” has been voted the most hated pet name for women.

Kate Middleton"s feet: Expert"s advice for Duchess of Cambridge toes

Keep your feet fit for a princess, Kate: A podiatrist's warning to the Duchess of Cambridge that her Royal lifestyle is taking its toll on her toes | UPDATED: 21:00 GMT, 18 August 2012 In an open letter, podiatrist Emma Supple gives the Duchess of Cambridge some sound professional advice.

New dawn in care of brittle bone patients as GP pay deal means they will receive incentives to stop fractures

New dawn in care of brittle bone patients as GP pay deal means they will receive incentives to stop fractures | UPDATED: 01:46 GMT, 2 April 2012 Incentives: For the first time, GPs' pay will depend partly on their ability to cut the number of fractures caused by bone thinning Hundreds of thousands of osteoporosis sufferers will receive better NHS care as a result of a pay deal which comes into force today.