Georgia woman gives birth to her GRANDSON after IVF treatment because her daughter couldn"t conceive

Georgia woman gives birth to her GRANDSON after IVF treatment because her daughter couldn't conceive | UPDATED: 13:58 GMT, 15 October 2012 They say a mother's love knows no bounds, that there is nothing she wouldn't do for her child.

Women born prematurely are twice as likely to suffer major complications during their own pregnancy

Women born prematurely are twice as likely to suffer major complications during their own pregnancyRisks include gestational diabetes and high blood pressurePremature birth 'could contribute to diabetes, high blood pressure or cardiovascular problems' later in life | UPDATED: 15:05 GMT, 25 September 2012 Warning: Pregnant women are more likely to suffer complications including high blood pressure and gestational diabetes if they were born early (file picture) Women born prematurely are twice as likely to suffer major complications when they become pregnant themselves, research has shown.

Overweight girls at increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes, according to a new study

Overweight baby girls at increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes, says new researchOverweight babies suffer later problems with metabolism17-year-olds with big waist were generally heavier from birth | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 29 March 2012 Obesity link found: Researchers say they have found a link between overweight baby girls and overweight teenagers Obese baby girls are at increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes when they grow up, new research suggests.

Children exposed to anaesthetic early in life "have double risk of ADHD"

Children exposed to anaesthetic early in life 'have double risk of ADHD' Children given two or more doses of anaesthetic before they turned three years old had more than double the incidence of ADHD (file photo) Toddlers exposed to anaesthesia are more likely to develop attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a study has found.

Restricted embryo growth in early pregnancy could predict risk of miscarriage

Restricted embryo growth in early pregnancy could predict risk of miscarriage May lead to ways of preventing such tragedies Indicator: The distance between the embryo's head and buttocks during the early stages of pregnancy could be used to predict the risk of miscarriage Scientists have found a link between miscarriages and the growth of an embryo in the early stages of pregnancy which could lead to ways of preventing such tragedies. Researchers discovered that nearly 80 per cent of single-baby pregnancies which ended in miscarriage involved foetuses with restricted growth in the first trimester. Now they hope this trend could be used as a predictor to identify those mothers most at risk

Sweet-toothed mothers risk having sugar addict babies

Sweet-toothed mothers risk having sugar addict babies and put their long-term health at risk Infants being forced on to sugary drips after birth to counter withdrawal symptomsWomen who develop diabetes while pregnant “put their children”s health at risk” Babies are being born addicted to sugar because their mothers eat too much during pregnancy. The infants are being forced on to sugary drips just hours after birth to counter withdrawal symptoms. Experts have warned that women who develop diabetes while pregnant, or become pregnant while overweight, put the long-term health of their children at risk.