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13/03/2013 - Europe getting healthier - for most
Life expectancy in Europe now stands at 76 - but this conceals big differences between men and women, a major report says today. More

12/03/2013 - Aspirin helps prevent skin cancer
Women who take regular doses of aspirin seem to enjoy some protection against skin cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

08/03/2013 - Women’s health key to international day
It may be International Women’s Day today (8 March) – celebrating the achievements of women worldwide – but two studies have found they are more prone to heart disease and are not happier, despite living longer. More

07/03/2013 - Brain pacemaker for anorexia
People suffering from severe anorexia could be treated with a brain "pacemaker", doctors report today. More

05/03/2013 - Awareness week seeks to aid women
Gynaecologists have backed efforts to raise awareness of the effects of endometriosis on women. More

04/03/2013 - Exercise may not prevent early breast cancer
Physical exercise may not protect against the development of breast cancer - but may help prevent its spread, according to a major European study. More

20/02/2013 - Fertility treatment age extended
Women should be able to get fertility treatment up to the age of 42 on the British NHS, according to guidelines published today. More

19/02/2013 - New pregnancy coffee warning
Chocolate and cola may be off the menu for pregnant women - as well as coffee - following the findings of Scandinavian research revealed today. More

15/02/2013 - Smoking bans boost pregnancy health
Restrictions on smoking lead to improvements for pregnant women, reducing rates of premature births, researchers say today. More

13/02/2013 - Lung cancer rises among women
Lung cancer is set to overcome disease of the breast as a killer of women in Europe within just two years, experts warned today. More

13/02/2013 - Folic acid may prevent autism
Women are encouraged to take the vitamin folic acid in pregnancy - and a new study suggests it may help prevent autism. More

13/02/2013 - Calcium linked to heart death
A high calcium intake may be linked to women facing an increased risk of serious heart disease, researchers warned today. More

07/02/2013 - Ozone link to pregnancy problems
Air pollution may be responsible for triggering a dangerous condition in pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

07/02/2013 - Sunlight ‘reduces women’s rheumatoid arthritis risk’
Women who are exposed regularly to sunlight could reduce their risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, researchers reported last night. More

01/02/2013 - Marriage reduces heart attack risk
Being married or in a co-habiting relationship reduces the risk of heart attack in both men and women – whatever their age, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/01/2013 - Severe morning sickness may affect placenta
Severe morning sickness in the middle stage of pregnancy is linked to problems with the placenta, say researchers. More

29/01/2013 - Cancer threat to men
British men have become massively more susceptible to cancer than women, researchers warn today. More

29/01/2013 - Europe debates pill risks
Europe-wide restrictions could be introduced on the latest contraceptives because of concerns about side-effects, it was announced yesterday. More

25/01/2013 - Pregnancy vitamin cleared of cancer link
Adding the vitamin folic acid to flour to protect pregnant women does not make any difference to cancer risk, British researchers said today. More

25/01/2013 - Baby growth tests could save lives
Identifying babies failing to grow in the womb could prevent hundreds of stillbirths, British researchers say today. More

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