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Morning Sickness 18 July 2006
Most women suffer from morning sickness at some stage during their pregnancy, and for many it lasts long beyond the morning.  But doctors still don’t know why some women suffer more than others.

Now new research by the University of Liverpool shows it could be related to diet, but what does this mean for individual women and what are the best ways of treating it? Jenni is joined by Gillian Pepper, co-author of the research and Maggie Blott, Consultant Obstetrician at University College Hospital.


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