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05/08/2013 - Pills that donít help women conceive
Women who are struggling to become pregnant gain nothing by taking anti-oxidant vitamin pills, researchers warned today. More

31/07/2013 - Dismay as infant formula promotions continue
Only a handful of countries have taken action against the promotion of breast-milk substitutes to mothers, campaigners warned yesterday. More

29/07/2013 - Female heart disease call
The growing risk to women posed by heart disease is being neglected, experts claimed last night. More

25/07/2013 - Behaviour risk from smoking in pregnancy
New findings show how smoking during pregnancy is a risk factor for conduct problems in the child. More

19/07/2013 - Alcohol claiming lives of young women
Growing numbers of young women in England and Wales are dying from alcohol-related health problems, it was revealed today. More

19/07/2013 - Exercise in pregnancy reduces risk
Pregnant women who exercise moderately three times a week in their second and third trimesters halve the risk of giving birth to a heavy baby. More

17/07/2013 - Drinking in pregnancy 'predictable'
Women's pre-pregnancy drinking habits are linked to the amount they tend to drink when pregnant, new research shows. More

16/07/2013 - Improve post-natal care - guidelines
Women should get improved care after the birth of a baby, according to guidelines published today. More

15/07/2013 - Infertility risk among women cancer survivors
Women who have survived childhood cancer are almost 50% more likely to be infertile than others - but are less likely to be offered fertility treatment when compared with their sisters, researchers have found. More

11/07/2013 - Delay baby clamp - advice
Babies benefit from keeping the umbilical cord connection to their mother for a few minutes after birth, experts say today. More

10/07/2013 - IVF poses no child cancer threat
Children born through fertility treatment do not face any increased cancer risk, according to a major study reported today. More

10/07/2013 - Egg freezing on the rise
Increasing numbers of women are choosing to freeze their eggs to avoid age-related infertility, experts revealed yesterday. More

09/07/2013 - Egg donors seek financial benefits
The younger a woman is when she signs up to be an egg donor, the more likely she is to do it for financial gain, a survey of European clinics has revealed. More

08/07/2013 - Gene match set to give healthy babies
A revolutionary new genetic technique has been used to enable couples to have healthy children and overcome the misery of miscarriage, it was announced today. More

05/07/2013 - Women reassured on bleeding after birth
A new information leaflet about bleeding after birth has been published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to help women understand the risks - which it says are "small". More

04/07/2013 - Lift sex selection ban - expert
Britain should lift its ban on couples being allowed to choose the sex of their children, an expert claimed yesterday. More

02/07/2013 - Night worker cancer link
Women who spend most of their working lives on night shifts face a major increase in risk of breast cancer, researchers warned today. More

28/06/2013 - UK to pilot gene combo babies
A revolutionary technique that could give children three genetic parents is set to be pioneered in the UK, it was announced today. More

26/06/2013 - Vitamin D vital in pregnancy
A baby's vitamin D levels are largely set by its mother, researchers have found. More

25/06/2013 - Use drugs to prevent breast cancer - guidance
The NHS should start offering drug treatment to women facing high risk of breast cancer, government advisers said today. More

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