We look at the baby loss support services across our partnership, following the launch of a new collaborative service.
QUiPP will help identify women who need special treatments to ensure their babies have the best chance of a healthy life.
A new study has shown that impaired liver function during pregnancy may alter gut bacteria composition.
A teenage girl has become the youngest person in the UK to be fitted with an invisible hearing implant after surgery at St Thomas’ Hospital.
New research from King’s College London has found that maternal stress before and during pregnancy could affect a baby’s brain development.
Research has found that women with high blood pressure in pregnancy have an increased risk of cardiovascular disorders later in life.
Researchers from King’s College London find that early, planned delivery for women can also reduce costs.
Research led by King’s College London has found that the currently recommended treatment is ineffective and should be reconsidered.
Study in The Gambia finds nutritional supplements improve responses to diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccination in young infants.
A two-year-old has become the youngest child in the world to undergo deep brain stimulation at Evelina London.
A midwife from Guy’s and St Thomas’ is one of the first people in England to receive the Chief Midwifery Officer’s gold award.
New research from King’s College London shows improving preconception health could prevent long-term medical conditions in children.