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05/01/2022 - Adrenal tumour 'underestimated' as risk factor
Researchers have shown how a cardiometabolic condition present in benign adrenal tumours can lead to type 2 diabetes. More

09/12/2021 - Biomaterials test could avoid another vaginal mesh scandal
A new test that has been developed for biomaterials could help to avoid a repeat of the vaginal mesh scandal, researchers have reported. More

03/12/2021 - Epithelial cell states distinguish between uterine cancers
Two epithelial cell states have been identified that can help to distinguish between types of uterine cancer, British researchers announced last night. More

02/12/2021 - COVID infection link to maternal complications
Pregnant women with COVID-19 infection appear to be at increased risk of complications during their pregnancy and labour, new findings show. More

26/11/2021 - New data highlights vaccine safety for pregnant women
COVID vaccination of pregnant women has barely changed the rate of birth complications, according to data released yesterday. More

17/11/2021 - Spotlight on access to cervical cancer vaccine
The world could eliminate cervical cancer by providing access to vaccines, the World Health Organization says today. More

16/11/2021 - Miscarriage should be recognised as a bereavement
The UK should follow New Zealand's lead and recognise miscarriage in the first six months of pregnancy as a bereavement, not just as an illness, a psychiatrist argues today. More

15/11/2021 - Atrial fibrillation common after breast cancer diagnosis
Women face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation in the first 12 months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, researchers report today. More

10/11/2021 - Call for registration of breast implant patients
A new drive has been launched to improve the take up of a nationwide registry of breast implant patients. More

04/11/2021 - Twice weekly fish may reduce vascular brain damage risk
Healthy pensioners who eat two or more servings of fish a week could reduce their risk of developing vascular brain disease, according to French researchers. More

03/11/2021 - Group B strep report highlights global impact
The world urgently needs a vaccine against group B streptococcus, according to the World Health Organization. More

03/11/2021 - New analysis of breast cancer metastasis
Researchers have quantified the risk of breast cancer spreading to other tissues and organs in a major study reported to a conference this week. More

02/11/2021 - Test can predict pregnancy risk in older mothers
New ways of calculating older mothers’ personal risk of serious pregnancy problems have been developed following a UK study. More

29/10/2021 - Volunteers needed for international breast cancer study
A call has gone out for 10,000 volunteers in the UK to sign up to a four-year, international breast cancer study. More

22/10/2021 - Lockdown leads to double unplanned pregnancies
Unplanned pregnancies almost doubled during the first lockdown in the UK, a major study reports today. More

21/10/2021 - Alcohol is one of the biggest risk factors for breast cancer
Women should decrease their alcohol intake to help reduce their risk of developing breast cancer, the World Health Organization has urged. More

19/10/2021 - Heart attack link to high cholesterol during pregnancy
High maternal cholesterol in pregnancy is associated with increased cardiac risk among young adult offspring, Italian researchers warn today. More

19/10/2021 - New recurrent miscarriages guideline published
A new draft guideline should help to improve the quality of care provided by women who suffer miscarriage or are at risk, it was announced today. More

13/10/2021 - Heart defect poses low risk in pregnancy
There is "reassuringly low" maternal mortality among women with congenital heart disease during pregnancy and birth, according to an analysis published today. More

12/10/2021 - Guidelines published to improve pregnancy trials
A new grading system will monitor complications during clinical trials involving pregnancy, developers have announced. More

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