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10/05/2010 - New gene sites add to breast cancer risk
Five new gene regions have been identified as linked to breast cancer, scientists reported last night. More

06/05/2010 - Pressure threatens female health
Young women with high pressure jobs face a greater risk of developing heart disease than their older counterparts, researchers said today. More

06/05/2010 - Midwife call to prevent maternal morbidity
Midwives have called for the world to pay attention to the plight of millions of women damaged during childbirth. More

04/05/2010 - Pill threat to bed-room
Women who take contraceptives based on hormones may suffer ill-effects in their sex lives, researchers warned today. More

30/04/2010 - Acupuncture combats anaesthetic drug shortage
Doctors in war-torn Iraq have successfully used acupuncture for caesarean section deliveries to counter shortages of anaesthetic drugs, it has been revealed. More

30/04/2010 - Australia defies death - survey
Working age men in Iceland have the lowest death rates in the world - whilst Australian rates are amongst the fastest falling, new figures showed today. More

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

28/04/2010 - No benefit from acupuncture during labour
Acupuncture may not be a good way to manage pain during labour, researchers report today. More

27/04/2010 - HPV screening may boost detection
Tests that look for the virus linked to cervical cancer may be more successful than conventional screening, researchers report today. More

23/04/2010 - Obesity challenge for midwives
Midwives need to work with obese mothers to help them deal with the risks linked to their pregnancy, professionals said yesterday. More

22/04/2010 - Resus not saving tiniest babies
Efforts to improve the survival rates of babies born before 24 weeks of pregnancy have not been successful, researchers claim today. More

21/04/2010 - Pregnant women urged to get flu vaccine
Pregnant women are five times as likely as others to die from infection with swine flu, according to a new analysis published last night. More

20/04/2010 - Warning on "spare tyres"
People do not realise how dangerous the "spare tyre" that sits around the waist is, campaigners claimed today. More

16/04/2010 - Mums back midwives
Midwives were celebrating yesterday a massive vote from mothers for expansion of their numbers. More

15/04/2010 - Pressure to use double mother technique
Medical researchers welcomed a British breakthrough, announced yesterday, which seeks to eliminate muscular diseases by combining eggs from two women. More

15/04/2010 - Yoghurt urged in pregnancy
An expert on allergies has urged mothers to eat yoghurt during pregnancy. More

14/04/2010 - Surgery helps would-be mums shed pounds
Weight loss surgery may help obese women avoid serious pregnancy complications, researchers report 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 - Invest in babies - midwives
Midwives have teamed up with parents organisations to launch their own manifesto for the UK general election. More

09/04/2010 - Pregnant women warned on vitamins, obesity
Vitamin supplements are not a good way of helping pregnant women avoid the dangerous complications of high blood pressure, researchers revealed yesterday. More

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