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20/07/2009 - Abortion request may highlight domestic abuse
New research calls on doctors to screen women for domestic abuse when facing a request for an abortion. More

15/07/2009 - Fertility tourism risk for NHS
British women are increasingly seeking risky fertility treatment overseas, doctors warned today. More

19/06/2009 - Plea to family doctors over infertility
GPs could be doing more to help couples struggling to conceive, according to a new report. More

17/06/2009 - Cancer screening linked to wealth and ethnicity
Cancer screening for women is least successful amongst the poor and ethnic minorities, researchers warned today. More

15/06/2009 - Study sheds light on women's screening decisions
New research suggests that fear plays a major role in women's decisions on whether or not to attend cancer screening. More

11/06/2009 - Nurses celebrate sharps deal
Nurses are celebrating a European deal aimed at reducing injuries from needles and sharp industries. More

09/06/2009 - Nursing home super-bug alarm
The hospital super-bug MRSA is rife in nursing homes amongst both residents and staff, British researchers have warned. More

01/06/2009 - Asthma advice cuts hospital attendance
Experts believe that giving better advice could avoid emergency hospital visits for asthma. More

27/05/2009 - Ante-natal relaxation classes questioned
Antenatal relaxation classes in preparation for childbirth may not be as effective as hoped, researchers warned today. More

11/05/2009 - Palliative care - Euro league table
Britain has the best palliative care in Europe, a conference has been told. More

22/04/2009 - Pregnant women value safety over choice
The vast majority of pregnant women put safety above personal choice when it comes to birth method, British researchers said today. More

15/04/2009 - Low-risk home births 'safe as hospital births'
Women who choose to give birth at home do not seem to face increased risks, according to the findings of a major study revealed today. More

13/04/2009 - Global plans to boost mother-baby health
British experts are hoping to boost care of new mothers and their babies in five troubled countries with the aid of a new grant. More

10/04/2009 - New procedure tranforming heart care - conference
Heart attack services need to be reconfigured because of the the dramatic rise in the use of a life-saving procedure, a major European conference has heard. More

10/04/2009 - Fish and vegetable oils 'unlikely' to prevent allergy
Experts have found disappointing results for the prevention of allergies with fatty acid supplements. More

27/03/2009 - Pregnancy smoking risk cut if women quit early
Women who stop smoking early in pregnancy may reduce the risk of premature birth, researchers reported today. More

25/03/2009 - Light eating fine during labour
Eating small amounts of food during labour has no adverse effect on outcomes for the mother or baby, British researchers report today. More

24/03/2009 - Eating out threat to diabetes
Eating out threat to diabetes Eating out and favourite foods are among the problems that put people with diabetes at risk, according to a new study. More

20/03/2009 - Maggots can treat leg ulcers
Leg ulcer treatment using maggots (larval therapy) is as good as conventional treatment, British researchers said today. More

13/03/2009 - Drug errors 'common' in intensive care units
Researchers say they have discovered an alarming rate of injected medication errors in intensive care units in Britain and Europe. More

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