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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

03/07/2009 - Women need sleep
Women may need sleep to maintain their health, according to new findings. More

30/06/2009 - Ovarian transplant boost
New techniques are set to improve the effectiveness of ovarian transplant procedures, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/06/2009 - Caesarean birth may affect immune system
Birth by Caesarean section leads to genetic changes that may affect a baby's future health, researchers warned yesterday. More

25/06/2009 - Screening age stays put after Goody review
The British government has rejected calls to cut the age at which women are screened for cervical cancer following the death of reality TV star Jade Goody. More

24/06/2009 - Osteoporosis drug monitoring 'unnecessary'
Monitoring women on anti-osteoporosis treatment is a waste of resources, experts say today. More

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

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