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Another controlled crying study has hit the headlines, claiming it's effective for sleep problems. But are babies really okay, given major study flaws? Read More
Many women have an amniotomy (breaking the waters) to speed up labour. But does it really do that? Discover the truth from the latest Cochrane review. Read More
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