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11/05/2009 - Genes for breast cancer spread found
Experts have identified three genes that are involved when breast cancer spreads to the brain. More

08/05/2009 - Probiotics could prevent pregnancy weight gain
Taking probiotics, such as yoghurt, may help pregnant women tackle the curse of weight gain after giving birth, researchers reported yesterday. More

06/05/2009 - 'Contraceptive jab' for men investigated
An injected male contraceptive may be on the way - with the ability to block fertility by increasing testosterone levels. More

29/04/2009 - Mother stress risk to baby
Women with tough physical work demands face an increased risk of having small babies and premature birth, researchers warned today. More

24/04/2009 - Fall in HRT use preventing heart attacks?
The decline in popularity of hormone replacement therapy may be linked to a fall in heart attacks, researchers said today. More

23/04/2009 - Breast cancer deaths at record low
The number of women dying from breast cancer in Britain has fallen to a record low, it was announced yesterday. More

22/04/2009 - Walnuts, grapefruit and cancer
Walnuts, grapefruit and overcooked meat can all have an impact on cancer in different ways, a major conference has heard. More

22/04/2009 - Pregnant women value safety over choice
The vast majority of pregnant women put safety above personal choice when it comes to birth method, British researchers said today. More

21/04/2009 - Breast-feeding may protect woman's heart
A woman who breast-feeds her babies may store up health protection for herself later in life, researchers reported today. More

21/04/2009 - Skin link to diabetes
The skin disease psoriasis may be linked to diabetes and other health problems - at least for women, researchers reported last night. More

15/04/2009 - Low-risk home births 'safe as hospital births'
Women who choose to give birth at home do not seem to face increased risks, according to the findings of a major study revealed today. More

13/04/2009 - Global plans to boost mother-baby health
British experts are hoping to boost care of new mothers and their babies in five troubled countries with the aid of a new grant. More

08/04/2009 - Contraceptive pill could raise lupus risk
Women who take the contraceptive pill may be at an increased risk of lupus, according to new research. More

07/04/2009 - New insight on smear testing
Smear testing for women has played a big role in ensuring that cancers are detected much earlier than in the past, researchers reported today. More

03/04/2009 - Effects of breastfeeding examined in new study
A major new study is under way in Britain to investigate the true effects of breastfeeding. More

02/04/2009 - Experts update osteoporosis guidelines
A national team of rheumatology experts has outlined changes they would like to see in osteoporosis guidelines. More

30/03/2009 - New breast cancer genes found
British researchers have found two new breast cancer genes, it was announced last night. More

26/03/2009 - Single embryo transfer best option
Assisted reproduction is most effectively done using single embryos - rather than procedures that can lead to multiple births, researchers reported yesterday. More

25/03/2009 - Light eating fine during labour
Eating small amounts of food during labour has no adverse effect on outcomes for the mother or baby, British researchers report today. More

19/03/2009 - Gain weight, lose years
Extra body weight shortens your life span, according to a new study of 900,000 adults. More

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