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24/11/2014 - Brain medicine threat to babies
Women who have to take a particular epilepsy drug should be advised not to get pregnant, according to new European guidance. More

21/11/2014 - Thousands to be offered vouchers for breast-feeding
Thousands of new mothers are to get a chance to earn vouchers by breast-feeding their babies, it was announced yesterday. More

21/11/2014 - How chlamydia causes cancer
Chlamydia bacteria may make their victims vulnerable to cancer by knocking out key body defences, according to a new study. More

13/11/2014 - Novel method of cervical cancer therapy
A new technique could improve treatment for women with cervical cancer, researchers have reported. More

12/11/2014 - Malaria advice for pregnancy
Pregnant women should limit travel to countries at risk of malaria, according to advice published today. More

07/11/2014 - Prem babies face hip replacement risk
Pre-term and low-weight babies are more likely to need a hip replacement due to osteoarthritis (OA) when they are adults, according to a new study. More

06/11/2014 - Milk aversion clue to cancer protection
People who are lactose intolerant enjoy protection against some common cancers, researchers have revealed. More

05/11/2014 - Ovary problem guidelines
New guidelines are published today on the long-term health impact of polycystic ovary syndrome. More

04/11/2014 - Exercise cuts breast cancer risk
Women who do the most exercise post menopause are about one fifth less likely to develop breast cancer than those who undertake little activity, according to a new study. More

30/10/2014 - New advice on premature birth
Pregnant women and their partners are to have access to new and undated information on premature labour. More

29/10/2014 - Screening shake-up call
Many NHS screening programmes are failing to set out fully for the public the risks and benefits of taking part, MPs say today. More

23/10/2014 - Halve baby deaths - obstetricians
A drive to cut baby deaths across the UK was being launched today. More

22/10/2014 - Experts call for new contraceptive methods
More options are needed to help protect women against unintended pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, experts say today. More

17/10/2014 - Call for rethink on pregnancy threat
The search for the causes of a condition which threatens pregnant women has been directed in the wrong places, experts said yesterday. More

09/10/2014 - How healthy living cuts women's stroke risk
Women who have a healthy diet and lifestyle can reduce their risk of stroke by more than half, Swedish researchers said last night. More

09/10/2014 - Let women choose pain relief during birth - study
A woman in labour should be given an epidural when she asks for pain relief, a new study suggests today. More

08/10/2014 - Womb transplant success
A Swedish doctor has talked about the first birth of a child achieved after a womb transplant procedure. More

07/10/2014 - Breast implant link to rare cancer
Breast implants may trigger the development of a rare kind of cancer in some women, researchers have found. More

03/10/2014 - Tissue freezing should be 'option' for women
Women should be able to use egg-freezing and ovarian implants as a lifestyle choice, according to fertility specialists. More

01/10/2014 - Lifestyle that protects pregnancy from diabetes
Following a low risk lifestyle could dramatically cut the risk of developing a type of diabetes linked to pregnancy, researchers say today. More

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