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20/02/2014 - Folic acid use falling pre-pregnancy
Use of a key vitamin to protect children before pregnancy has fallen among women in England in the last decade, researchers warn today. More

19/02/2014 - Advice on preventing miscarriage
More than a quarter of miscarriages may be avoidable, researchers say today. More

18/02/2014 - HIV drug may prevent cancer
A drug used to treat HIV could also be used to protect women from developing cervical cancer, researchers have revealed. More

17/02/2014 - New alcohol pregnancy warning
New research casts fresh doubt on the safety of women drinking in the early stages of pregnancy. More

17/02/2014 - Hope for breast cancer prevention
Drugs could be available to help some women at high risk of breast cancer, British researchers have revealed. More

14/02/2014 - How cancer hits men globally
Men are much more badly affected by cancer globally than women, according to figures published today. More

13/02/2014 - Brain sex differences clue to disease
Men and women really do have different brains - although the reasons for this and the effects remain uncertain, researchers reported yesterday. More

13/02/2014 - Sexual assault 'endemic' worldwide
Women around the world suffer high rates of sexual assault from men who are not their partners, researchers said yesterday. More

12/02/2014 - New guidance on very premature infants
Babies born after 23 weeks of pregnancy require "complex decisions," experts say today. More

11/02/2014 - Tobacco link to breast cancer
Young women who become heavy smokers place themselves at increased risk of developing a common form of breast cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/02/2014 - Call for aid for mothers with blues
Most new mothers feel at least a little depressed after giving birth, a new survey has revealed. More

07/02/2014 - Gene scans set to boost cancer treatment
Doctors may soon be able to undertake full genetic scans of women with advanced breast cancer to work out the best treatment for them, researchers report today. More

29/01/2014 - Is IVF used too often?
Assisted reproduction techniques may be over-used, it is claimed today. More

28/01/2014 - Hope for new ovarian cancer drugs
British researchers are setting out to find new drugs to help treat ovarian cancer, it has been announced. More

27/01/2014 - Obesity may impact emergency pill
A major study is under way into the effect of obesity on emergency contraceptives, it has been announced. More

27/01/2014 - Hope for advanced breast cancer treatment
A new treatment may be able to combat the spread of advanced breast cancer, British researchers announced yesterday. More

24/01/2014 - Baby growth linked to heart problems
Babies that grow slowly during the early stages of pregnancy face an increased risk of suffering heart problems later in life, researchers warn today. More

23/01/2014 - New row over home birth risks
Women who choose to give birth at home are not given full information about all the risks, it was claimed today. More

23/01/2014 - HRT may boost hip ops
Hormone replacement therapy could be used as a treatment to improve the success of hip and knee operations for women, researchers say today. More

15/01/2014 - Screening rejection risk for women
Middle-aged women who reject invitations to undergo cervical screening massively increase their risk of developing the disease, researchers warn today. More

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