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01/02/2016 - Paediatrician call to step up breast-feeding
A senior paediatrician has urged the UK to step up breast-feeding levels after a global study found levels lower in rich countries than in poor ones. More

22/01/2016 - Early miscarriage research centre
A major national clinical research centre dedicated to early miscarriage is to be opened in the UK, it was announced today. More

22/01/2016 - Women face increased COPD risk
Women are up to two times more likely to develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) than men, according to new findings. More

20/01/2016 - Gender difference in atrial fibrillation risks
Atrial fibrillation may be more closely linked to risk of heart disease and death among women than men, researchers warned today. More

19/01/2016 - World failing to tackle stillbirth - report
The world is failing to tackle stillbirth as effectively as it could, experts say today. More

19/01/2016 - App will predict pre-term labour
Doctors in London have developed a smartphone app to help predict the risk of a pregnant woman going into premature labour. More

19/01/2016 - Ovarian cancer gene found
Researchers have identified a new gene linked to ovarian cancer, it was announced today. More

13/01/2016 - Potatoes linked to pregnancy diabetes
High potato consumption before pregnancy may raise the risk of gestational diabetes, researchers warned today. More

08/01/2016 - Alcohol guidelines cut limits for men, pregnant women
Tough new guidelines on alcohol consumption are launched across the UK today. More

08/01/2016 - Oral antifungals may pose risk to foetus
There may be cause for concern over a link between oral antifungal drugs and the risk of miscarriage and stillbirth, new research suggests. More

30/12/2015 - Further insight into ovarian cancer genes
Scientists have identified two genes that are newly linked to ovarian cancer, bringing the total number of inherited susceptibility genes to 11. More

24/12/2015 - Drug may protect ovaries from chemotherapy
The risk of premature menopause is smaller for women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer if an additional drug is used, new research suggests. More

18/12/2015 - Success for ovarian screening trial
A UK-developed screening programme for ovarian cancer can successfully detect disease - and may save lives, researchers reported yesterday. More

16/12/2015 - Women in labour "left alone," reports show
Growing numbers of women are being left alone during labour in UK hospitals, two British reports show today. More

15/12/2015 - Women not getting cardiac rehab - audit
Thousands of women are missing out on cardiac rehabilitation services in the UK, a report shows today. More

14/12/2015 - Anastrozole effective for DCIS
Anastrozole can be used to treat ductal carcinoma in situ, according to the findings of a major trial. More

11/12/2015 - Health service must tackle women's taboos - CMO
Women's health care is hampered by "taboos," English chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies said today. More

10/12/2015 - Happiness no cure - study
Being unhappy and stressed does not increase the risk of developing life-threatening illnesses, a senior medical researcher says today. More

10/12/2015 - Controversy over home birth guidance
Pregnant women deemed at low risk should be allowed to choose home birth, according to official guidance published today - and disputed by obstetricians. More

09/12/2015 - Women resist breast cancer prevention drug
Women at increased risk of breast cancer often resist taking drug treatment aimed at preventing the disease, researchers say today. More

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