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How your grandmother's smoking habit could give YOU asthma The risk holds even if your mother didn't take up the habit, say expertsNicotine can leave a 'mark' on our DNA, making future generations more susceptible to respiratory conditions such as asthma By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 16:33 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:19 GMT, 5 March 2013 People whose grandmothers smoked during pregnancy are more likely yo suffer from asthma – regardless of whether their mother smoked or not Having a grandmother who smoked can increase your risk of suffering from asthma – even if your mother didn't take up the habit.
Mother rushed to hospital with severe back pain discovers she is PREGNANT – and gives birth 24 hours later Kelly Gadsby, from Tamworth, was on the pill and had periods as normalShe had no signs of pregnancy and friends told her she looked slimmer Partner suffers from Chron's disease and was told he may never conceive PUBLISHED: 12:40 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:07 GMT, 21 February 2013 A mother who was rushed to hospital with severe back ache was stunned to discover she was actually nine months' pregnant.
Is your snore a nose whistler, wall shaker, or a pig in a trough Different snores have different causes – find the treatment that suits yours By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 16 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 17 February 2013 Snoring can be a cause of pain, dry mouth and much annoyance for your significant other who has to live with the noise.
Mother told to abort her baby as he had 'no chance' of survival speaks of her joy as he comes home from hospital Jade Clarke was offered a termination after doctors said baby had 'no chance' of living a full lifeShe refused and gave birth to Riley who had heart on wrong side of his body He spent first 17months in hospital but has now been allowed home By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:51 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:51 GMT, 15 February 2013 A mother who was told by doctors that her unborn son was so ill she should have an abortion is celebrating after her baby boy has made a miracle recovery – and come home from hospital for the first time.
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.
'My wife is giving me the strength to seek the truth': Husband of Irish mother who died after suffering miscarriage demands answers at inquest Savita Halappanavar died of blood poisoning after an abortion was refusedHusband Praveen today: 'It's not easy to sit there in the court' Medical records stating that Mrs Halappanavar had requested an abortion were leaked last night The hearing, which is expected to last more than a week, will begin on April 8 at Galway Courthouse /11/21/article-2236221-160672FF000005DC-364_306x415.jpg” width=”306″ height=”415″ alt=”The HSE is investigating the death of Savita Halappanavar died of blood poisoning after doctors refused her an abortion ” class=”blkBorder” /> Death: Savita Halappanavar died in hospital on October 28 last year from suspected septicaemia The husband of an Indian dentist who died after she suffered a miscarriage in Ireland said his late wife is giving him the strength to fight for the truth.
Pregnant women exposed to pollen shortly before birth are more likely to have children with severe asthma Counts can vary markedly year to year but are highest from late spring to early autumn Pregnant women may become sensitive to high levels of pollen and pass this on to their unborn child By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:37 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 18:47 GMT, 7 January 2013 High pollen exposure in the last three months of pregnancy significantly increases a baby's risk of serious asthma attacks, research has shown.
Postponing pregnancy slashes risk of most deadly form of breast cancer Women who had their first child at least 15 years after their first period saw cancer risk drop by 60% However, breast feeding also found to have protective effect against the condition | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 It's good news for women who put their baby plans on hold so they can focus on their careers.
Meningitis link to smoking in pregnancy: Cigarettes can treble child’s chance of developing the disease | UPDATED: 01:24 GMT, 10 December 2012 Scientists estimate that more than 600 children a year in Britain develop meningitis as a result of their parents' second-hand smoke (pictured posed by model) Smoking during pregnancy can treble the baby’s chance of developing meningitis, researchers warn, and children exposed to smoke from a parent’s cigarettes at home are twice as likely to have the deadly illness.