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23/09/2021 - Metformin could be a treatment for women with pre-eclampsia
Metformin shows promise as a treatment for preterm pre-eclampsia, a study reveals today. More

17/09/2021 - Global drive to improve maternity safety
A global drive to improve the safety of maternity care was under way today marking World Patient Safety Day. More

16/09/2021 - Call for research into COVID-19 vaccine 'link' to menstrual changes
Menstrual changes after the COVID-19 vaccination should be investigated, a reproductive specialist has said today. More

02/09/2021 - Artificial intelligence not good enough to detect breast cancer
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is not yet good enough to replace radiologists when it comes to spotting breast cancer following screening, a review in The BMJ says today. More

31/08/2021 - Hope for endometriosis drug target
A potential drug treatment for endometriosis could available after a gene that increases the risk of the condition was identified. More

13/08/2021 - Gene variants cause hypertension in pregnancy
A unique pair of gene variants has been discovered that causes hypertension in pregnancy, a new global study has revealed. More

11/08/2021 - Protein clue to non-invasive breast cancer outcome
There is growing weight of evidence for the role of human epidermal growth factor receptor in predicting outcome of breast cancer, British scientists report today. More

06/08/2021 - More women needed for cardiovascular clinical trials
More women are needed to participate in heart disease research to ensure treatment recommendations meet their specific health needs, according to a new Dutch report. More

30/07/2021 - Unvaccinated pregnant women hospitalised with COVID-19
Pregnant women are being urged to have the COVID-19 vaccination after 200 were admitted to hospital last week with the virus – almost all of whom were unvaccinated. More

16/07/2021 - Pregnant women urged to get COVID vaccine as restrictions ease
Pregnant women are at risk of developing COVID-19 due to a combination of COVID-19 restrictions easing from next week, an increase of COVID-19 cases and vaccine hesitancy, maternity experts have warned. More

07/07/2021 - Preterm birth risk prediction improved
Researchers have developed a risk prediction model that may help anticipate a preterm birth and allow necessary treatment to be given. More

29/06/2021 - Draft guidance published on draft pelvic floor dysfunction
Women of all ages should be encouraged to do pelvic floor muscle training to help prevent the symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction, according to proposed guidelines published today. More

18/06/2021 - New drug class for cancers with faulty BRCA genes
A new class of targeted cancer drugs could treat patients whose tumours have faulty copies of the BRCA cancer genes, British researchers have reported. More

10/06/2021 - Placenta tests highlight early complications
Levels of proteins in the placenta can be measured to predict later gestational diabetes and other pregnancy complications, new research has shown. More

09/06/2021 - Alcohol linked to reduced conception chances
A woman's fertility may be temporarily reduced by moderate to heavy alcohol intake during the second half of the menstrual cycle, according to a new analysis published today. More

07/06/2021 - Hospitals urged to step up prevention of HBV infant transmission
Hospitals in major European countries may be failing to implement procedures that can prevent transmission of hepatitis B infection from mother to baby, a major conference has heard. More

01/06/2021 - Trial backing for single dose intrabeam breast treatment
Many breast cancer patients can be treated with a single shot of radiotherapy – whilst undergoing surgery, London researchers have reported. More

25/05/2021 - Gestational diabetes risks diabetes in later life
Women who experience gestational diabetes are more likely to develop type-1 and type-2 diabetes later in life, a 23-year Finnish study has found. More

13/05/2021 - Ovarian cancer screening does not reduce deaths
Screening annually for ovarian cancer failed to reduce the number of deaths from the disease, UK study results show today. More

12/05/2021 - Question mark over sleep medication benefits
Taking sleep medications does not bring a significant improvement in rates of disturbance after two years, according to study reported today. More

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