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07/05/2014 - Brain affected by premature menopause
Women who experience an early menopause may suffer long-term negative effects on the brain, experts warn today. More

07/05/2014 - Endometrial cancer clue found
Aggressive forms of endometrial cancer are linked to high levels of a protein linked to appetite and blood pressure, a conference heard yesterday. More

07/05/2014 - New safety boost for flu vaccine
Children born to women who received a new flu vaccine did not suffer any impact on their development, researchers are set to report today. More

06/05/2014 - Pregnancy deaths fall - but still affect thousands
Deaths of pregnant women have nearly halved globally in the last 25 years - but still kill more than a quarter of a billion people every year, according to a new study today. More

30/04/2014 - Caesareans may not cause fertility issues
Giving birth by Caesarean section is unlikely to affect a woman's chance of having further children, British researchers say today. More

28/04/2014 - Cancer survivors' work struggle
A cancer charity has welcomed research showing how women treated for breast cancer can struggle to return to work. More

17/04/2014 - Mothers should get skin contact after birth - study
New mothers are wrongly being denied skin contact with their babies while a life-saving procedure is undertaken, researchers said today. More

16/04/2014 - Pregnancy blood pressure care warning
More care is needed for women with high blood pressure in pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

14/04/2014 - Vaccine cuts teen cancer virus infection
A new vaccine has cut rates of infection with a cancer-causing virus by two thirds among teenage girls, researchers report today. More

09/04/2014 - Aerobic exercise boosts elderly memory
Elderly women with mild cognitive impairment benefit significantly from aerobic training, according to findings published today. More

07/04/2014 - Post-natal care problems putting mothers at risk - survey
New mothers in England are not getting life-saving advice about symptoms that could indicate threats to themselves or their babies, it was claimed today. More

28/03/2014 - Drugs hope to spare women breast surgery
Women with the breast cancer gene BRCA1 might be treated with drugs rather than surgery in the future, researchers say today. More

26/03/2014 - Pregnancy diet may affect child's brain
Pregnant women have a new problem to worry about as they battle with food cravings, according to a new study. More

25/03/2014 - Active mothers raise active children
Active mothers encourage children to be active - but many mothers are not active enough, researchers reported yesterday. More

24/03/2014 - Screen some women more often - conference
About a third of women would benefit from undergoing breast screening more frequently than at present, a conference has been told. More

21/03/2014 - How exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Women of any age can cut their risk of breast cancer by undertaking daily physical activity, researchers reported yesterday. More

21/03/2014 - Breast care boosted in Britain - conference
Britain has achieved a transformation in breast cancer care of young women in the last 25 years, a conference will hear today. More

20/03/2014 - Breast cancer battle gains and losses
The battle against breast cancer is showing gains and losses, a conference heard yesterday. More

19/03/2014 - Bacterial risk in pregnancy
Pregnant women are at a raised risk of infection with an organism known as Haemophilus influenzae, British researchers warned today. More

18/03/2014 - Hope for early test for pregnancy problem
Doctors may soon be able to test women early in pregnancy to identify the risk of their developing the deadly condition, pre-eclampsia, according to a Norwegian study. More

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