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10/03/2015 - New breast cancer genes
British scientists have found 15 new genetic variations linked to breast cancer, it was announced last night. More

10/03/2015 - HRT has few heart benefits - analysis
Little evidence has emerged that hormone replacement therapy could protect women against heart disease, experts say today. More

04/03/2015 - Screening over-diagnosis okay for most
Participants in cancer screening are willing to accept some risk of wrong diagnosis, according to a new study. More

02/03/2015 - Weight loss surgery increases pregnancy complications
Women who have undergone weight-loss surgery and go on to become pregnant should be given extra care by their health services. More

23/02/2015 - Powerful cancer vaccine unveiled
A powerful new vaccine could prevent most of the cancers triggered by the human papillomavirus, researchers have reported. More

18/02/2015 - Labour induction works - Danes
Widespread use of labour induction has led to better outcomes for mothers and babies in Denmark, researchers say today. More

17/02/2015 - Three times a week enough for women's hearts
Middle-aged women need to be active "a few times" a week to keep their risk of diseases of the heart and circulation down, researchers reported last night. More

13/02/2015 - New HRT risk revealed
Women who take hormone therapy for "just a few years" face a significantly increased risk of developing cancer of the ovaries, researchers warn today. More

10/02/2015 - Pre-term birth link to heart disease
Women who give birth to premature babies face an increased risk of heart disease, researchers warn today. More

06/02/2015 - Pregnant women warned on flying
Pregnant women should not fly after 37 weeks, according to guidance issued today. More

05/02/2015 - New breast cancer genes unveiled
British scientists today unveiled two new genetic variants linked to a common form of breast cancer. More

02/02/2015 - Pregnancy health could keep children slim
Women who improve their health before becoming pregnant could also contribute to preventing their children becoming obese, it is revealed today. More

29/01/2015 - Thousands could benefit from 'three parent' test-tube technique
More than 2,000 women in the UK could benefit from new techniques for mitochondrial transplants, according to a new analysis published today. More

28/01/2015 - Sugary drinks link to early maturity for girls
Girls who drink a lot of sugary drinks are likely to start their periods early, researchers say today. More

28/01/2015 - Epilepsy clue for breast care
An epilepsy drug might have a role in treating breast cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

23/01/2015 - Contraceptive link to brain cancer
Women who take contraceptives over a long period face a very small increased risk of developing brain cancer, researchers have reported. More

15/01/2015 - Happiness link to female bone health
Happy women have stronger bones than others when they reach old age, according to Finnish researchers. More

12/01/2015 - Rare breast cancer gene found
A gene discovery may lead to new treatments for one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer, British researchers have reported. More

09/01/2015 - Problems that lie behind pregnancy death toll
Most women who die in pregnancy in the UK are suffering from other medical conditions, researchers warn today. More

06/01/2015 - Rotating night shift work ‘bad for health’
Women who work rotating night shifts for five or more years could be at increased risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warn today. More

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