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28/05/2015 - New hope to block cancer spread
A common drug should help to tackle the lethal spread of breast cancer to the bones, researchers reported last night. More

27/05/2015 - Combined pill risks quantified
The risk of venous thromboembolism may be more closely linked to new oral contraceptives than second generation pills, researchers warn today. More

27/05/2015 - Diet may deter endometrial cancer
A healthy diet, based on Mediterranean foods, could help a woman halve her risk of developing cancer of the lining of the womb, researchers report today. More

21/05/2015 - Paracetamol in pregnancy ‘risks boys’
A woman who is pregnant with a boy may threaten her son's reproductive health by taking paracetamol repeatedly, according to findings published today. More

15/05/2015 - Perils of single parenting
Women who have to bring up children alone face poor health later in life, researchers warn today. More

15/05/2015 - How smoking reprograms DNA
Smoking tobacco causes widespread changes to the body's DNA, effectively reprogramming it, British researchers reported yesterday. More

14/05/2015 - Mixed results for development goals
At the turn of the century the world set itself targets to improve health and tackle poverty in the poorest countries by this year - and the results are "mixed", according to a report published yesterday. More

07/05/2015 - Hope for 3D breast-screening
A three-dimensional breast-screening system can detect many more cancers than traditional mammography, researchers reported yesterday. More

05/05/2015 - Hope for ovarian test
British researchers are close to developing an effective screening test for ovarian cancer, it was announced today. More

30/04/2015 - Polygamy increases risk of heart disease
Men who have more than one wife have a four-fold increased risk of heart disease, according to a study in Saudi Arabia. More

28/04/2015 - How exercise may boost breast cancer care
Programmes of physical exercise can help reduce the side-effects faced by women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, according to a new study. More

15/04/2015 - Human rights laws can protect women
Preventable deaths among mothers around the world will only be avoided when women's human rights are properly addressed, a senior British doctor has warned. More

13/04/2015 - Caesareans not a lifestyle choice - WHO
Caesarean sections should only be carried out when medically necessary, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

09/04/2015 - New breast gene test unveiled
Genetic testing can now tell a woman her risk of breast cancer with a high degree of accuracy, British researchers said today. More

26/03/2015 - Antibiotics pregnancy warnings
British experts have reacted in alarm to research suggesting some harmful side-effects of antibiotics taken in pregnancy. More

24/03/2015 - Scans show how smoking harms babies
High definition scans have shown the effects of tobacco on babies in the womb, according to a new study. More

20/03/2015 - Pregnancy diabetes and obesity risk to women
Obese women who develop diabetes during pregnancy face a hugely increased risk of contracting the disease permanently, researchers warned last night. More

18/03/2015 - IQ link to length of breastfeeding
Babies given extended breast-feeding may benefit from higher intelligence, researchers say today. More

18/03/2015 - Dioxins pose no breast cancer threat
Women exposed to toxic chemicals called dioxins in food may be safe from increased breast cancer risk, researchers have found. More

18/03/2015 - Doctors struggle with pregnancy depression
Many GPs are ill-equipped to help women who suffer depression or anxiety during and after pregnancy, a report warns today. More

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