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30/04/2010 - Morning sickness a mother-daughter matter?
Severe morning sickness in pregnancy may run in families, researchers said today. More

16/04/2010 - Fattism can be fought - experts
People training to be doctors and nurses are prejudiced - against fat people, researchers claimed today. More

13/04/2010 - Maternal deaths falling - mostly
Several wealthy countries have seen surprising increases in deaths of pregnant women - whilst poorer countries are making big progress against the problem, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

12/04/2010 - Cold-activated drug unveiled
Scientists have developed a drug that is only activated in cold temperatures, it has been announced. More

06/04/2010 - Cycle machines boost baby health
Women who are overweight or suffer from diabetes can help ensure their babies are a healthy weight by undertaking aerobic exercise, researchers reported yesterday. More

26/03/2010 - Pregnancy "safe" after breast treatment
Women who have undergone breast cancer treatment are safe to have babies, researchers report today. More

19/03/2010 - World Cup flu vaccine call
Football fans travelling to South Africa for the World Cup could find themselves facing infection from swine flu, British experts warned yesterday. More

01/03/2010 - HIV drug link threat warning
Not many countries are offering adequate services to prevent drug users contracting HIV - and they are missing a chance to stem the spread of the virus, researchers warn today. More

24/02/2010 - Findings support HPV testing after abnormal smear
HPV or human papillomavirus testing after an abnormal smear result is better for women's psychological health than repeat smear testing, researchers said today. More

03/02/2010 - Pregnancy does not diminish brain power
So-called "baby brain" - where a woman allegedly loses brain power during pregnancy - does not exist, researchers said today. More

02/02/2010 - Fish oil may protect against mental illness
A course of omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil may help protect people who face a high risk of developing serious mental illness, researchers reported last night. More

20/01/2010 - Safety of electronic cigarettes remains unclear
The jury is still out on the safety of electronic cigarettes, experts say today. More

12/01/2010 - TV the heart killer?
The more television you watch, the greater your risk of heart disease, researchers said last night. More

22/12/2009 - One flu jab enough for children?
Children may need just one dose of swine flu vaccine - rather than the two which are currently recommended, researchers reported last night. More

17/12/2009 - Santa may need reining in
Santa Claus needs to go on a diet, medical experts said today. More

15/12/2009 - Decaf best against diabetes
People who drink large amounts of coffee and tea seem to gain protection against developing diabetes - especially if the coffee is decaf, researchers said last night. More

14/12/2009 - Appearances may not be deceptive
You may well be as young - or as old - as you look, doctors claimed today. More

14/12/2009 - Lung health genes found
British scientists say they have made a medical breakthrough in discovering five genes linked to the health of the lung. More

09/12/2009 - Tamiflu millions challenged
The millions spent on treating suspected swine flu patients with Tamiflu faced damning criticism from an expert analysis last night. More

18/11/2009 - Baked or boiled fish is 'best' for heart
The method by which fish is cooked has a direct effect on its benefits for heart health, researchers say. More

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