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22/06/2009 - Sunbeds not for teens - radiation experts
Sunbed companies may face tough regulation after a government advisory body warned of the cancer risk from their use. More

19/06/2009 - Plea to family doctors over infertility
GPs could be doing more to help couples struggling to conceive, according to a new report. More

18/06/2009 - Simple hygiene rules to help beat bugs
Britain needs to rethink its approach to using hygiene to prevent infections - as the public is getting confused, experts warned yesterday. More

17/06/2009 - Cancer screening linked to wealth and ethnicity
Cancer screening for women is least successful amongst the poor and ethnic minorities, researchers warned today. More

16/06/2009 - Warning after flu death of mother
A baby died yesterday following the death of its mother in Scotland from swine flu. More

15/06/2009 - Study sheds light on women's screening decisions
New research suggests that fear plays a major role in women's decisions on whether or not to attend cancer screening. More

11/06/2009 - Hormone fails to help twin mothers
The hormone progesterone is not the answer for women bearing twins and facing premature birth, researchers reported last night. More

09/06/2009 - Needles combat pregnancy indigestion
Pregnant women suffering from indigestion may benefit from a course of acupuncture, researchers report today. More

08/06/2009 - Surgical procedure boosts breast treatment
A simple procedure during surgery can make a big difference to a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer, researchers reported today. More

04/06/2009 - Bone disease poorly treated - Euro-conference
Most people with osteoporosis do not get the right treatment, a European medical conference was told yesterday. More

27/05/2009 - Ante-natal relaxation classes questioned
Antenatal relaxation classes in preparation for childbirth may not be as effective as hoped, researchers warned today. More

26/05/2009 - Menopause timing genes found
New genetic findings may help predict when a woman is likely to face her menopause, researchers reported yesterday. More

26/05/2009 - Alarm at skin cancer spread
Experts have issued a new warning about the hazards of the sun after cases of the deadly skin cancer, melanoma, jumped by six per cent last year. More

20/05/2009 - Obese mothers raise childhood asthma risk
Mothers who are obese have a higher than normal rate of asthmatic children, researchers warned yesterday. More

15/05/2009 - Heart disease in pregnancy "major threat"
Experts have urged doctors to be on the look-out for symptoms of heart disease in pregnant women. More

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

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