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29/03/2010 - Caesarean threat to natural birth
New findings cast doubt on whether women should attempt natural birth after having babies by caesarean section. More

26/03/2010 - Pregnancy "safe" after breast treatment
Women who have undergone breast cancer treatment are safe to have babies, researchers report today. More

26/03/2010 - Womb disease linked to fast food
Researchers have found a link between consuming fats found in fast food and developing the womb disease, endometriosis. More

25/03/2010 - Breast screening challenge rejected
British experts have rejected the findings of a study published yesterday claiming that breast screening has had minimal impact on death rates. More

24/03/2010 - Exercise aids weight control in middle age
Women need to do an hour of moderate-intensity exercise per day to avoid gaining weight with age, researchers reported last night. More

19/03/2010 - World Cup flu vaccine call
Football fans travelling to South Africa for the World Cup could find themselves facing infection from swine flu, British experts warned yesterday. More

16/03/2010 - Injection may help bring babies
A simple hormone injection may help some women regain their ability to have children, British researchers reported today. More

15/03/2010 - Parents complain at commercial pressures
A parents' group has launched a campaign to get commercial organisations off maternity wards. More

12/03/2010 - The Pill cleared of female death link
The contraceptive pill does not cause early death - and may even improve women's longevity, according to results of a major British study published today. More

11/03/2010 - Hope for pregnancy malaria vaccine
Researchers say they have taken a significant step in developing a vaccine to protect pregnant women against malaria. More

10/03/2010 - Umbilical cord blood collected 'illegally'
Attempts to collect umbilical cord blood after birth may often be illegal, it was announced yesterday. More

09/03/2010 - Hope for beating killer diseases
The world can take real hope that the scourge of diseases such as malaria, HIV and TB may be neutralised within a few years, campaigners said yesterday. More

08/03/2010 - Support that saves baby lives
Setting up women's support groups in poor areas can make a dramatic difference to the welfare of mothers and their babies, researchers reported today. More

04/03/2010 - 40 somethings urged to act on health concerns
British adults are "talk and no action" when it comes to getting healthy, ministers claimed yesterday as they set out to persuade the middle-aged to do more. More

03/03/2010 - Bone drug may help breast
Women who are taking a common drug for the health of their bones may also be enjoying unexpected protection against breast cancer, researchers revealed today. More

02/03/2010 - Peer pressure in drinkers' minds?
People who blame others for pressurising them to drink may be imagining things, it was claimed yesterday. More

02/03/2010 - Bipolar - the new fashion
Bipolar disorder - the mood swing disease - is becoming a fashionable new illness, psychiatrists warned yesterday. More

25/02/2010 - "Miracle" of double ovary transplant success
A mother is celebrating the remarkable birth of her second baby following revolutionary ovarian transplant treatment. More

24/02/2010 - Hope for breast treatment booster
Doctors may soon be testing drugs to help women with breast cancer who become resistant to the treatment tamoxifen, researchers announced today. More

24/02/2010 - Test-tube baby risks investigated
So-called test-tube baby treatment can make a massive difference to couples seeking to have children - but two new studies published today highlight the risks. More

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