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28/10/2013 - Breast cancer diet trial planned
Women who have had breast cancer are being sought to test a new diet which could help them manage their weight. More

25/10/2013 - How pregnancy fitness may boosts child's heart health
Women who keep fit during pregnancy may benefit the heart health of their children throughout their lifetimes, researchers report today. More

25/10/2013 - Life expectancy should start in womb - call
A global definition of poverty should include the child in the womb as well as babies after birth, experts say today. More

23/10/2013 - Race breast cancer problem
Young black women in the UK who contract breast cancer fare much less well than white women, researchers revealed today. More

18/10/2013 - Housework problem for fitness
Housework may be hard work - but it may not be an effective way of keeping fit, researchers warned today. More

17/10/2013 - Breast cancer gene hormone link
Women with two common breast cancer genes may suffer from unusual levels of hormones, researchers reveal today. More

16/10/2013 - Emotions affect drinking in pregnancy
A new study has discovered the rate of drinking among pregnant women is linked to feelings of anxiety and depression. More

15/10/2013 - Air pollution link to underweight babies
Air pollution may be responsible for many cases of babies being born underweight, researchers say today. More

15/10/2013 - Exercise boost for male fertility
Men who want to have children may benefit by keeping fit, researchers revealed last night. More

14/10/2013 - Contraceptive risks outlined
The latest generation of contraceptive pills are safe for most women - but those at risk need to be told, European regulators are set to say. More

07/10/2013 - Simple technique to boost pregnancy chances
A simple technique can dramatically improve the success of "test-tube" treatment for women seeking to become pregnant, British researchers have reported. More

04/10/2013 - Exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Taking part in moderate, regular physical activity reduces the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women, a new study shows today (4 October 2013). More

02/10/2013 - Child deaths down but injuries still a problem
Most child deaths in Britain are linked to chronic conditions - although some of these are the result of preventable accidents, according to a new study. More

01/10/2013 - Breast cancer knowledge gaps revealed
Massive advances in understanding breast cancer have still left major gaps in knowledge, experts warned today. More

27/09/2013 - Shark cancer study
British researchers are to investigate claims that sharks have unique cancer-fighting properties, it was announced yesterday. More

27/09/2013 - Stem cell hope for body reconstruction
Women whose bodies are being rebuilt after cancer surgery may be able to benefit from a new generation of stem cell "enriched" fat grafts, researchers report today. More

26/09/2013 - Blow for fish-brain theories
Fish may not be as good for the brain as has been thought, researchers warned last night. More

24/09/2013 - Marriage bonus for cancer patients
People who are married fare much better in the face of cancer than others, researchers reported last night. More

18/09/2013 - Weight risk for pregnancy spelt out
Overweight and underweight women tend to have a range of pregnancy-related risks, researchers warn today. More

13/09/2013 - Twos need tenderness - report
The "terrible twos" should become the "tender twos", according to a major report yesterday calling for a new focus on the emotional welfare of babies. More

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