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02/09/2009 - Birth drugs may discourage breast-feeding
Women who receive large quantities of drugs during labour are less likely than others to breast-feed, researchers report today. More

01/09/2009 - Nurses urged to help with fgm study
Doctors and nurses are being urged to take part in a government inquiry into female genital mutilation. More

31/08/2009 - Acupuncture boosts young women
Young women with an unpleasant disease that causes infertility can benefit from acupuncture and exercise, researchers have claimed. More

28/08/2009 - Cot deaths highest for young single mums
Cot death numbers in England and Wales are falling - but single, teenaged mums are at high risk, according to a new analysis. More

26/08/2009 - Tamoxifen linked to second breast cancer
New research suggests that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen may raise the risk of an aggressive, difficult-to-treat tumour in the other breast. More

21/08/2009 - Drive to wean women off tobacco falters
Experts defended Britain's "give up smoking" campaigns yesterday after their success seemed to falter. More

19/08/2009 - Foetal heart rate monitors raise concern
A senior obstetrician has suggested that pregnant women should not use hand-held foetal heart monitors. More

14/08/2009 - Pill clotting risk could be reduced - experts
Women taking the contraceptive pill still face a risk of dangerous blood clots - and do not always get the safest brands, experts warned today. More

11/08/2009 - How breast can beat cancer
Breast-feeding may have a powerful protective effect for women at high risk of developing cancer, researchers reported last night. More

04/08/2009 - Britons miss cancer weight link
The vast majority of Britons are ignorant of the link between cancer and weight, campaigners warned today. More

30/07/2009 - Flu risk to pregnancy serious - experts
Measures to protect pregnant women from swine flu must be stepped up, experts said yesterday - warning that these women face a high risk of complications. More

29/07/2009 - Cervical screening age examined
Cervical screening for women aged below 24 has mixed results - and testing for the HPV virus may improve it, experts report today. More

22/07/2009 - Hope for quick test for preterm birth risk
A new and simple technique can predict a woman's risk of early preterm labour, researchers report today. More

20/07/2009 - Flu scare over pregnancy
Pregnant women were identified as amongst those most at risk from swine flu over the weekend following another death. More

20/07/2009 - Abortion request may highlight domestic abuse
New research calls on doctors to screen women for domestic abuse when facing a request for an abortion. More

15/07/2009 - Fertility tourism risk for NHS
British women are increasingly seeking risky fertility treatment overseas, doctors warned today. More

14/07/2009 - Bottle-feeding "neglected"
Efforts to increase breast-feeding rates are leaving many mothers ill-equipped when they seek to use bottles, an expert claimed today. More

09/07/2009 - Cough cure sought in Hull
British scientists have talked of their ambitions to develop treatments for chronic coughing - despite the failure of research into pepppers. More

08/07/2009 - Plan for better Caesarean pain relief
Mothers undergoing a Caesarean section could be given local anaesthetic to reduce the need for painkillers, researchers report today. More

07/07/2009 - Danger of roll your owns
"Roll your own" cigarettes may seem more natural than the manufactured kind - but they are just as harmful, researchers reported last night. More

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