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FEATURE ‘How I’m beating epilepsy’

October 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 8) /

Tatijana Hall-Roberts was having up to seven seizures a day, until her mother, Tracey, discovered a gentle massage technique that turned their lives around.

NEWS Chemical may be responsible for rise in premature births

July 9th 2009

A common chemical compound used in personal care products, home furnishings and paints may be responsible for a rise in premature births, which have increased by 30 per cent in the last 30 years

NEWS Antibiotics: Link to cerebral palsy in children

September 18th 2008

If you're pregnant, you will probably be offered an antibiotic as part of routine 'just-in-case' procedure

FEATURE Did steroids cause asthma?

October 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 7)

Steroids have been called 'the most sleazy of modern-day medications' by John Mills, former professor of medicine at the University of California

FEATURE Ivf procedures linked to cerebral palsy

May 2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 2)

New evidence now confirms suspicions that babies resulting from in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) have more birth defects than ordinary babies

FEATURE Bad reaction to epilepsy drug

August 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 5)

I read with interest your article on lamotrigine (WDDTY vol 11 no 12)

FEATURE Let there not be light

June 1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 3) /

Each year, thousands of premature babies in intensive care nurseries lose their sight to retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), an eye disease which damages and detaches retina

NEWS Fetal monitoring: high tech failure

May 1st 1996

Electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) the test supposed to detect cerebral palsy in the unborn child has been judged one of the great failures of high tech medicine

NEWS Cerebral palsy: brighter outlook

October 1st 1994

Children with cerebral palsy live far longer than thought, researchers have finally discovered

NEWS Ivf increases palsy risks

April 1st 1994

Women who conceive twins or triplets after fertility treatment may be at increased risk of producing children with cerebral palsy

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