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14/08/2014 - Weight link to cancer
More than 12,000 cases of cancer in the UK every year are the result of people being overweight or obese, according to an analysis published today. More

13/08/2014 - Preterm birth drug underused
Simple drugs that could prevent birth complications are being under-used in much of the world, experts warn today. More

12/08/2014 - Call for more Caesarean ops
Experts often fret at the rising rate of Caesarean section births in western countries - but new evidence suggests in some circumstances not enough of the procedures are undertaken. More

11/08/2014 - Drinking before pregnancy may affect children
A woman's drinking behaviour before pregnancy is linked to behaviour problems in their toddlers, according to a Norwegian study. More

06/08/2014 - New risk warning for older mothers
The older the mother is the greater the chance of her having to undergo emergency delivery when she gives birth, researchers warn today. More

28/07/2014 - New warning on home birth pools
Heated birthing pools should not be used for home births because of the high risk of infection, English regulators have said. More

25/07/2014 - Fertility treatments bad for global warming - claim
A crackdown on fertility treatment would help cut population size and tackle global warming, an expert claims today. More

25/07/2014 - Emergency pill safe for obese
Obese women can safely use emergency contraceptives, according to regulators. More

23/07/2014 - Welcome for drive to prevent girl mutilation
Senior clinicians have welcomed a new government drive to eradicate female genital mutilation. More

21/07/2014 - Aspirin and calcium to prevent pre-eclampsia
Pregnant women at risk from pre-eclampsia should take low dose aspirin and calcium supplements to reduce the chances of developing the condition, according to a new review. More

17/07/2014 - Whooping cough pregnancy programme should be extended
An emergency vaccination programme aimed at stopping deaths of babies from whooping cough is set to be extended for five years, it was announced yesterday. More

09/07/2014 - Childbirth infection risk growing
Women in the UK are facing increasing risks from serious blood infections, experts warn today. More

07/07/2014 - Statins may help prevent breast cancer
Cholesterol lowering drugs might help protect women from breast cancer, according to a major study. More

03/07/2014 - Babies need cots - guidance
Parents should be discouraged from having their babies sleeping in the bed with them, according to guidelines published today. More

02/07/2014 - Risks from donated egg IVF
Becoming pregnant with donated eggs may pose some health risks to women, researchers have warned. More

02/07/2014 - Small risk following caesarean birth
Having a caesarean birth may raise the future risk of stillbirth and ectopic pregnancy for a woman, researchers warn today. More

01/07/2014 - Infertility drug cancer link not proved
Women who have taken fertility drugs may not need to worry about risk of hormone-related cancer, researchers said yesterday. More

26/06/2014 - Isolation of breast patients
Women diagnosed with advanced breast cancer feel isolated and unsupported, according to a survey published today. More

20/06/2014 - When football boosts health
Playing football may be better for the blood pressure than watching the World Cup in Brazil, researchers said last night. More

19/06/2014 - How breast-screening saves lives
Mammography screening can cut breast cancer deaths by about 28%, according to a new study. More

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