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GERMANY/
RTXWQIY
January 18, 2011
Babies are pictured in a maternity ward at the Munich hospital 'Rechts der Isar' January 18, 2011. ...
Munich, Germany
Babies are pictured in maternity ward at Munich hospital 'Rechts der Isar'
Babies are pictured in a maternity ward at the Munich hospital 'Rechts der Isar' January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTXVLV8
December 10, 2010
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI images of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI scans of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin...
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI images of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin, December 10, 2010. Doctors in Germany have captured a live birth by MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) for the first time, offering insight into potential pregnancy complications, Berlin's Charite hospital announced last Wednesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXUT8S
November 19, 2010
Filipino women practise childcare on baby dolls during a caregiver course at a health care institute...
Manila, Philippines
File photo shows Filipino women practising child care on baby dolls during a caregiver course at a health...
Filipino women practise childcare on baby dolls during a caregiver course at a health care institute at the Makati financial district in Manila in this November 9, 2010 file photo. An average of more than 3,000 workers leave the country daily to work as professionals, nurses, doctors, domestic helpers, seafarers and labourers overseas. The Philippines, the world's fourth biggest recipient of remittances after India, Mexico and China, received more than $1.5 billion worth of remittances monthly from Filipinos working and living overseas. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo/Files (PHILIPPINES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR2HR3H
August 31, 2010
Michael Grabinski, two weeks old waits to have has his body mass index measured in a Peapod machine at...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Michael Grabinski, two weeks old waits to have has his body mass index measured in a Peapod machine at...
Michael Grabinski, two weeks old waits to have has his body mass index measured in a Peapod machine at The Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colorado August 23, 2010 during a research study on obesity in infants. The overall theme of the study is to understand the continuum of growth that starts really at conception, and to understand if the earliest phases of growth impacts later risk for obesity. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
PERU/
RTR2DFES
May 04, 2010
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital May 3, 2010. Peruvians will...
Lima, Peru
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital May 3, 2010. Peruvians will celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday, . REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTR2DFEK
May 04, 2010
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital May 3,2010. Peruvians will celebrate...
Lima, Peru
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital
Pregnant women attend an antenatal workshop in Lima's maternity hospital May 3,2010. Peruvians will celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday . REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTR2DBMQ
May 01, 2010
A child touches her pregnant mother's stomach at the last stages of her pregnancy in Bordeaux April 28,...
Bordeaux, France
A child touches her pregnant mother's stomach at the last stages of her pregnancy in Bordeaux
A child touches her pregnant mother's stomach at the last stages of her pregnancy in Bordeaux April 28, 2010. A January 2010 report indicates that life expectancy and fertility of French women are among the highest in Europe. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
VENEZUELA
RTXQUEI
November 17, 2009
Pregnant patient Angelica Martinez is checked by a Cuban doctor at a Center of Integral Diagnosis or...
Caracas, Venezuela
Pregnant patient Angelica Martinez is checked by a Cuban doctor at a Center of Integral Diagnosis or...
Pregnant patient Angelica Martinez is checked by a Cuban doctor at a Center of Integral Diagnosis or CDI of Barrio Adentro health program in Caracas, November 17, 2009. For supporters, President Hugo Chavez's flagship social project, with around 15,000 mainly Cuban doctors in more than 6,000 clinics, illustrates the best of his decade-long rule: a commitment to the poor and tangible results. Critics, however, say 'Barrio Adentro' is a political project illustrating the dangerous "Cubanization" of Venezuela. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA HEALTH SOCIETY)
ASIA-TYPHOON/
RTXPF50
October 08, 2009
An evacuee delivers her sixth child in a makeshift delivery room beside an evacuation centre for flooding...
Manila, Philippines
An evacuee delivers her sixth child in a makeshift delivery room beside an evacuation centre for flooding...
An evacuee delivers her sixth child in a makeshift delivery room beside an evacuation centre for flooding victims in Cainta Rizal, east of Manila October 8, 2009. Tropical storm Parma slammed into the northern Philippines on Saturday, triggering floods and landslides and destroying nearly 800 million pesos ($16.8 million) in crops and infrastructure in the country, according to officials and radio reports. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES ENVIRONMENT DISASTER SOCIETY HEALTH)
ASIA-TYPHOON/
RTXPF4W
October 08, 2009
A newly born baby boy rests on the chest of his mother who gave birth in a makeshift delivery room beside...
Manila, Philippines
A newly born baby boy rests on the chest of his mother who gave birth in a makeshift delivery room beside...
A newly born baby boy rests on the chest of his mother who gave birth in a makeshift delivery room beside an evacuation centre for flooding victims in Cainta Rizal, east of Manila October 8, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES ENVIRONMENT DISASTER SOCIETY HEALTH)
JAPAN-MATERNITYNUDES
RTR26FAB
August 05, 2009
An employee applies massage oil on the bare belly of a pregnant client before her photo shoot at maternity...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Reuters Life! story JAPAN-MATERNITYNUDES/
An employee applies massage oil on the bare belly of a pregnant client before her photo shoot at maternity photo studio "Ixchel" in Tokyo July 31, 2009. An increasing number of women who have just one child later in life are flocking to photo studios to have their pregnant bellies photographed to celebrate their bodies during a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Picture taken July 31, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story JAPAN-MATERNITYNUDES/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN SOCIETY ODDLY)
PHILIPPINES
RTR25IJW
July 10, 2009
Masks cover the eyes of newly-born babies afflicted with jaundice at a government-run Fabella Maternity...
Manila, Philippines
Masks cover the eyes of newly-born babies afflicted with jaundice at a government-run Fabella Maternity...
Masks cover the eyes of newly-born babies afflicted with jaundice at a government-run Fabella Maternity hospital in Manila, a day before World Population Day, July 10, 2009. The Philippine Congress continues to debate a reproductive health bill that will promote family planning and provide health services that will be accessible to poor Filipino families. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDIA-SURROGATE/
RTXDRGH
April 08, 2009
Nayna Patel, an Indian gynaecologist, carries out an ultrasound examination on Shabnam, a surrogate mother,...
ANAND, India
To match feature INDIA-SURROGATE/
Nayna Patel, an Indian gynaecologist, carries out an ultrasound examination on Shabnam, a surrogate mother, at Patel's clinic in Anand in the western Indian state of Gujarat March 4, 2009. At the clinic of Nayna Patel, perhaps India's best-known "surrogate doctor" who delivered Anand town's first surrogate baby, more women are signing up to be surrogates, with even nurses and teachers lining up, as their husbands lose their jobs. The women who come here usually want the money to buy a home, pay off loans, or for their childrens' college education," said Patel in her small clinic, the walls of which are covered With clippings and pictures of Patel with babies and parents. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature INDIA-SURROGATE/ REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTXCVX3
March 17, 2009
Pregnant women attend a yoga class in Madrid March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN SOCIETY)
Madrid, Spain
Pregnant women attend a yoga class in Madrid
Pregnant women attend a yoga class in Madrid March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN SOCIETY)
USA-COURT/
RTX99IG
October 06, 2008
A pregnant pro-life demonstrator stands before the Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2008. Amid...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The Supreme Court begins a new term in Washington
A pregnant pro-life demonstrator stands before the Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2008. Amid a presidential race that may decide its future direction, the Supreme Court began a new term today with cases about tobacco company lawsuits, protecting whales from Navy sonar and a government crackdown on dirty words on television.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7USM
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Gloria Kusi Quispe gives birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-BIRTH/
Peruvian Gloria Kusi Quispe gives birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 23, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 23, 2008. To match Reuters Life! PERU-BIRTH/ REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7URX
July 11, 2008
Nineteen-year-old Peruvian Jenny Rodriguez prepares to give birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-BIRTH/
Nineteen-year-old Peruvian Jenny Rodriguez prepares to give birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 21, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 21, 2008. To match Reuters Life! PERU-BIRTH/ REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7URM
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Viviana Champe gives birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Viviana Champe gives birth at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco
Peruvian Viviana Champe gives birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 23, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7UQG
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Gloria Kusi Quispe endures labor pains as she prepares to give birth in the vertical position...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Quispe endures labor pains as she prepares to give birth at the Belempampa Health Clinic in...
Peruvian Gloria Kusi Quispe endures labor pains as she prepares to give birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 23, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7UOJ
July 11, 2008
A nurse attends to Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas (L) after Rojas gave birth to her daughter, Rous Naomi, in...
Lima, Peru
A nurse attends to Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco
A nurse attends to Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas (L) after Rojas gave birth to her daughter, Rous Naomi, in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 22, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7UO5
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas begins to give birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Rojas gives birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas begins to give birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 22, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7UO0
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health...
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 22, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
PERU-BIRTH/
RTX7UNX
July 11, 2008
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa...
Peruvian Mary Luz Rojas endures labor pains before giving birth in the vertical position at the Belempampa Health Clinic in Cuzco May 22, 2008. Belempampa is one of many clinics in Peru that have started to allow women to give birth on their feet, instead of having women lie on their backs to deliver as in most developed countries. Standing or sitting during childbirth, ancient positions that are even depicted on ancient Andean pottery, helps to reduce pressure on the uterus and increase the oxygen flow to the fetus, while reducing labor and delivery time, according to the Peruvian health ministry. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
CUBA/
RTR1XV3H
March 04, 2008
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana February 22, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken February 22, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
NIGERIA-IMBRUGLIA/
RTX4OBY
December 12, 2007
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led...
Lagos, Nigeria
Natalie Imbruglia gestures during an interview in Lagos
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led Campaign to End Fistula gestures during an interview with Reuters in Lagos December 12, 2007. Imbruglia is on a visit to Nigeria to focus public attention on the little known childbearing injury that affects more than 2 million women in developing countries. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA-IMBRUGLIA/
RTX4OBV
December 12, 2007
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led...
Lagos, Nigeria
Natalie Imbruglia gestures during an interview in Lagos
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led Campaign to End Fistula gestures during an interview with Reuters in Lagos December 12, 2007. Imbruglia is on a visit to Nigeria to focus public attention on the little known childbearing injury that affects more than 2 million women in developing countries. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA-IMBRUGLIA/
RTX4OBT
December 12, 2007
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led...
Lagos, Nigeria
Natalie Imbruglia gestures during an interview in Lagos
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led Campaign to End Fistula gestures during an interview with Reuters in Lagos December 12, 2007. Imbruglia is on a visit to Nigeria to focus public attention on the little known childbearing injury that affects more than 2 million women in developing countries. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA-IMBRUGLIA/
RTX4OBS
December 12, 2007
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led...
Lagos, Nigeria
Natalie Imbruglia gestures during an interview in Lagos
Australian born singer Natalie Imbruglia and spokesperson for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-led Campaign to End Fistula gestures during an interview with Reuters in Lagos December 12, 2007. Imbruglia is on a visit to Nigeria to focus public attention on the little known childbearing injury that affects more than 2 million women in developing countries. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1SHK0
August 03, 2007
A Somali woman gives birth at a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Jowhar, 90 km (55 miles)...
Jowhar, Somalia
A Somali woman gives birth at a hospital run by MSF in Jowhar north of Mogadishu
A Somali woman gives birth at a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Jowhar, 90 km (55 miles) north of Mogadishu, August 3, 2007. Poor antenatal and postnatal care, with the almost complete lack of emergency obstetric referral care for birth complications, further contribute to high rates of mortality and disability, MSF said. REUTERS/Rafael Sourt (SOMALIA)


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PERU
RTR1PK3S
May 10, 2007
Future mothers and some fathers attend a workshop in Lima's maternity hospital, May 10, 2007. Peruvians...
Lima, Peru
Future mothers attend a workshop in Lima's maternity hospital
Future mothers and some fathers attend a workshop in Lima's maternity hospital, May 10, 2007. Peruvians will celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday, May 13. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
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Royals
Queen Sofia and Prince Felipe Arrive at Hospital in Spain - 03 May 2007
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POLAND/
RTR1NNR6
March 19, 2007
ATTENTION EDITORS - MOVING SIX OF SEVEN PICTURES FOR THE ESSAY ON POLISH MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
Nurse Malgorzata...
Warsaw, Poland
Nurse Malgorzata Antoniak feeds a new-born baby at a hospital in Warsaw
ATTENTION EDITORS - MOVING SIX OF SEVEN PICTURES FOR THE ESSAY ON POLISH MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
Nurse Malgorzata Antoniak feeds a new-born baby at a hospital in Warsaw March 8, 2007. Polish women who get pregnant this month may have to give birth at home as the conservative-led government introduces limits on the number of births to be financed by the health fund this year, hospital officials said. With Poland's population growing for the first time in years, hospitals and women organisations are warning that women in labour may be soon turned away at the hospitals doorsteps due to lack of space. Picture taken March 8, 2007. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
RUSSIA
RTR5QIG
October 28, 2003
A visitor looks at a sculpture of a pregnant woman by artist Nadya
Zubareva made of wire and installed...
St.Petersburg, Russian Federation
A VISITOR LOOKS AT A SCULPTURE OF A PREGNANT WOMAN IN ST.PETERSBURG.
A visitor looks at a sculpture of a pregnant woman by artist Nadya
Zubareva made of wire and installed in the Museum of Anna Akhmatova in
St.Petersburg, October 28, 2003. Artists from Russia and the U.S.
present modern art in an exhibition called "Touch me".
REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

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GERMANY
RTR2XHO
September 12, 2003
An unidentified woman looks at the life-like sculpture titled "Pregnant
Woman" by Australian artist Ron...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
AN UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN LOOKS AT THE LIFE-LIKE SCULPTURE "PREGNANT
WOMAN" IN BERLIN.
An unidentified woman looks at the life-like sculpture titled "Pregnant
Woman" by Australian artist Ron Mueck at the Berlin contemporary art museum
Hamburger Bahnhof September 12, 2003. The exhibition is open to the public
until November 2. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz PP03090069

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