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11/08/2009 - How breast can beat cancer
Breast-feeding may have a powerful protective effect for women at high risk of developing cancer, researchers reported last night. More

30/07/2009 - Flu risk to pregnancy serious - experts
Measures to protect pregnant women from swine flu must be stepped up, experts said yesterday - warning that these women face a high risk of complications. More

22/07/2009 - Hope for quick test for preterm birth risk
A new and simple technique can predict a woman's risk of early preterm labour, researchers report today. More

20/07/2009 - Flu scare over pregnancy
Pregnant women were identified as amongst those most at risk from swine flu over the weekend following another death. More

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

14/07/2009 - Bottle-feeding "neglected"
Efforts to increase breast-feeding rates are leaving many mothers ill-equipped when they seek to use bottles, an expert claimed today. More

08/07/2009 - Plan for better Caesarean pain relief
Mothers undergoing a Caesarean section could be given local anaesthetic to reduce the need for painkillers, researchers report today. More

30/06/2009 - Ovarian transplant boost
New techniques are set to improve the effectiveness of ovarian transplant procedures, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/06/2009 - Caesarean birth may affect immune system
Birth by Caesarean section leads to genetic changes that may affect a baby's future health, researchers warned yesterday. 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

16/06/2009 - Warning after flu death of mother
A baby died yesterday following the death of its mother in Scotland from swine flu. More

11/06/2009 - Hormone fails to help twin mothers
The hormone progesterone is not the answer for women bearing twins and facing premature birth, researchers reported last night. More

09/06/2009 - Needles combat pregnancy indigestion
Pregnant women suffering from indigestion may benefit from a course of acupuncture, researchers report today. More

29/05/2009 - Music charms prems
Premature babies may feel less pain and eat more when listening to music, new research suggests. More

28/05/2009 - Test-tube baby boom
Test-tube baby treatments are booming around the world - and result in nearly a quarter of a million children annually, according to figures published today. 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

20/05/2009 - Obese mothers raise childhood asthma risk
Mothers who are obese have a higher than normal rate of asthmatic children, researchers warned yesterday. More

15/05/2009 - Heart disease in pregnancy "major threat"
Experts have urged doctors to be on the look-out for symptoms of heart disease in pregnant women. More

13/05/2009 - Food and folic acid boost child health
Infant heart defects have decreased since mandatory folic acid fortification of flour and pasta began in Canada, according to a new study. More

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