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24/02/2010 - Findings support HPV testing after abnormal smear
HPV or human papillomavirus testing after an abnormal smear result is better for women's psychological health than repeat smear testing, researchers said today. More

23/02/2010 - Media images damage women - psychiatrists
Women are being driven to damage themselves by media images of "perfect" and often under-sized bodies, psychiatrists warned last night. More

23/02/2010 - Needles treat baby blues
Acupuncture can effectively treat the depression experienced by many pregnant women, researchers reported last night. More

22/02/2010 - Don't fail new mums, midwives told
Women who find becoming mothers difficult should not be treated as "failures", a midwives' conference is to be told. More

19/02/2010 - Eating for two a myth - pregnancy guidelines
Pregnant women should not try to lose weight - but should keep fit and avoid "eating for two", according to new guidelines published yesterday. More

18/02/2010 - Needles for monthly problem
The evidence that acupuncture can help women with their monthly pains is "convincing", researchers say today. More

17/02/2010 - Heart disease gene tests ineffective
The public should not be fooled into relying on gene testing to predict risk of heart disease, experts warned last night. More

10/02/2010 - Milk in pregnancy may prevent brain disease
Women who drink milk during pregnancy may help their children avoid contracting multiple sclerosis, researchers will tell a conference. More

10/02/2010 - Swine flu in pregnancy "safe" if treated fast
A new study suggests that swine flu during pregnancy is usually relatively harmless. More

09/02/2010 - Breast cancer depression treatment warning
Doctors may need to be careful how they treat depression in women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, researchers warned today. More

08/02/2010 - Fewer doses improves women's treatment
Women having breast cancer treatment could have fewer doses of radiotherapy than is normal, British researchers reported today. More

03/02/2010 - Pregnancy does not diminish brain power
So-called "baby brain" - where a woman allegedly loses brain power during pregnancy - does not exist, researchers said today. More

03/02/2010 - Op no bar to normal birth
Women can safely attempt normal birth even after having several babies through a caesarean operation, researchers reported today. More

02/02/2010 - New emergency contraception pill works for five days
A new emergency contraception pill may prevent more pregnancies than its widely-used alternative - and works for up to five days, researchers have reported. More

27/01/2010 - How to encourage longer breastfeeding?
Britain needs a rethink on how to improve the low rates of breast-feeding among its new mothers, researchers warn today. More

26/01/2010 - Malaria pregnancy risk - millions affected
As many as 60 per cent of pregnant women worldwide are at risk from malaria, researchers warned today. More

22/01/2010 - Welcome for Dads' Guide
Parent and midwife groups welcomed plans, published yesterday, to boost support for families, including an official guide for fathers. More

22/01/2010 - Combined approach best for women's cancer
Women with cervical cancer fare best when treated with a combination of drugs and radiotherapy, researchers have reported. More

20/01/2010 - Let women eat and drink in labour - new analysis
There is no good reason to prevent women from eating and drinking while giving birth, experts say today. More

19/01/2010 - Scans help save women's misery
Growing numbers of women are being spared harrowing breast operations because of improved scanning techniques, researchers reported today. More

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