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Embryo Protection Law in Germany

... cycles started and nearly 19 per cent resulted in births when fresh oocytes were used, but the cumulative delivery rate from both fresh and frozen oocytes was 30 per cent. By contrast, in the UK, from 30,495 cycles, 22% of the deliveries occurred after fresh oocytes were used, but the cumulative delivery...

Folicacid Reduces Congenital Malformations, If Added to Flour

...on of folic acidenriched flours for over 2 million births in Canada. Between 1993 and 1997, the incidence was 1.58 per 1,000 births. Between 2000 and 2002, the rate dropped 46% to 0.86. The biggest improvement occurred in the parts of Canada that had the highest rates of neural tube deformation before 199...

Spain Announces Cash-for-kid Payments to Boost Birth Rate

... The 2005-2006 slight increase was largely due to births by immigrants, who will likewise benefit from the ...ts population. Spain's 2006 birth rate was 10.92 births for 1,000 inhabitants. The new measure is set to cost the state some 1.2 billion euros a year base...

Millions of Births Still Go Unreported in India

...tal organisation (NGO) said. The registration of births and deaths was made compulsory under the Registrat...l level government agency responsible for tracking births and deaths) presently the registration wing of the department is covering about 63.8 per cent of the...

Half a Million Dollars Offered for GPs With Expertise in Anesthetics and Obstetrics

...nearly 80 additional kilometres ... "Of the 135 births in Temora last year, many of those have come up to 150 kilometres north, north-west, north-east of Temora, so it's a very big catchment and a very substantial need." Asked why he thought doctors needed an incentive to live in Temora, Mr Speirs sai...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

...reening in early pregnancy reduces Down's syndrome births by 50 percent. Professor Karen Brndum-Nielsen, of the Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark, has demonstrated that non-invasive screening of pregnant women with ultrasound early in pregnancy, combined with maternal blood analysis, has reduced the nu...

Questions Raised Over Safety of In-vitro Fertilization

... In Britain, ART accounts for 1.4 per cent of all births every year 10,242 in 2004 while many more women undergo treatment unsuccessfully (the success rate among women under 35 is 28.2 per cent, falling to 10.6 per cent for those aged 40-42). But many have begun to wonder, like noted fertility expert Pro...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

...reening in early pregnancy reduces Down's syndrome births by 50 percent. Professor Karen Brndum-Nielsen, of the Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark, has demonstrated that non-invasive screening of pregnant women with ultrasound early in pregnancy, combined with maternal blood analysis, has reduced the num...

Cuban Healthcare Delivers, Experts Say

...efore their fifth birthday is seven per 1,000 live births in Cuba and eight per 1,000 in the United States. Yet the United States spends more than 26 times as much on health, $6,096 per person a year, compared with only $229 in Cuba, the WHO figures show. While Cuba has 73,000 doctors, twice as many do...

Teenage Birthrate Declining in US Both Abstinence and Awareness Called for to Maintain the Trend

...nagers declined 2 percent in 2005, falling to 40.4 births per 1,000 women aged 15-19 years, a 35-percent drop compared with the most recent peak in 1991 (61.8), and the lowest ever recorded in the 65 years for which a consistent series of rates is available. But who should take the credit for this welcome...

Girls With Cancer Given Fertility Hope

... Services, the only clinic in Britain to have live births from frozen eggs, said: If it works its good news, because the big block has always been that we thought you had to wait until they reached puberty before getting the eggs. But this raises significant ethical issues. The parents will be making the de...

Kerala Health Minister Charged for Infant Deaths in a Hospital

... staff strength was inadequate to handle around 60 births a day. The government has appointed a five-member panel of senior doctors to look into the matter and submit a report in three weeks. Another three-member committee has been set up to oversee the Rs.10 million modernisation of the hospital. People...

Should the UK Adopt Dutch Rules on Euthanasia in Newborn Babies?

...vailable? In the Netherlands, about 200,000 live births occur annually; of these, 10-20 babies mostly with severe congenital malformations are thought to be actively killed. Yet between 1997 and 2004 only 22 such deaths were reported to the authorities, writes Kate Costeloe, Professor of Paediatrics at ...

Premature Birth Linked With Increased Use of Pesticides

...st (Aug.-Sept.). More than 27 million U.S. live births were studied from 1996-2002. Preterm birth varied ...t St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis. "Preterm births in the United States vary month to month in a recurrent and seasonal manner. Pesticides and nitrates...

Kerala Government Bears the Brunt for Infant Deaths

... staff strength was inadequate to handle around 60 births a day. Apart from appointing a committee to look into the matter, the health department soon decided to recruit 50 nurses and other paramedical staff. Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) state secretary Pinnarayi Vijayan has branded the iss...

Government to Amend Birth Registration Act

...vernment is aiming for 100 percent registration of births by 2010 by amending the Registration of Birth and Death Act 1969 that would simplify the process, an official said Friday. "Registration at birth is a serious issue as this helps in maintaining a record for a person for his or her lifetime. In Ind...

Government to Amend Birth Registration Act

...vernment is aiming for 100 percent registration of births by 2010 by amending the Registration of Birth and Death Act 1969 that would simplify the process, an official said Friday. 'Registration at birth is a serious issue as this helps in maintaining a record for a person for his or her lifetime. In Ind...

American Indians in South Dakota Have More Health Problems Than Others in State, Nationwide, Health Official Says

...00 live births, compared with 5.5 deaths per 1,000 births among whites. According to a health department report from 2001 to 2003, the rate of new cancer diagnoses for American Indians was 519 cases per 100,000 people, compared with 467 diagnoses per 100,000 people for whites. According to the report, dea...

Natural-Birth Centers In U.S Pulling Down The Shutters

...uld be.' In 2002, midwives attended about 12,500 births in Maryland, Virginia and the District, according ...cent of all Maryland births, 3 percent of District births and 7 percent of Virginia births. Nationally, 98 percent of midwife-attended births occur in hospi...

Low Weight Newborns at Greater Risk in Community Hospitals

...ght infants account for between 1 and 2 percent of births each year in California, they make up 51 percent o... despite the fact that more than 90 percent of the births occurred within urban areas with at least 100 very-low-weight births. The move away from regional ce...

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