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31/10/2012 - Risks grow from repeat Caesarean - study
Women who undergo repeated caesarean sections face major risks of complications, researchers warned today. More

31/10/2012 - ADHD link to smoking genetic?
Children with hyperactivity disorder often go on to become smokers - and now researchers think there is a genetic link underlying this. More

30/10/2012 - Breast screening saves lives - report
Thousands of women every year have treatment they do not need for breast cancer because of screening - but hundreds of others have their lives saved, according to a major analysis published today. More

29/10/2012 - Women smokers need to stop by 30 - study
Women who smoke and give up before the age of 30 avoid most of the risks linked to the habit - but those who carry on are in much greater danger than previously thought, according to a major UK research project. More

24/10/2012 - Hope for breast screening revolution as 3D system unveiled
Breast screening may soon be possible using 3D x-rays that deliver just 4% of the radiation of current mammography, scientists reported last night. More

23/10/2012 - Breast cancer's deadly WASP sting
Startling new findings about the way breast cancer spreads around the body were unveiled last night. More

22/10/2012 - Female heart survival lags "significantly"
A woman's chances of surviving a heart attack are about a third of those faced by a man, according to a major new study. More

19/10/2012 - Cervical screening progress falters - figures
The proportion of women taking part in cervical cancer screening has failed to increase despite recent high profile cases, according to figures reported yesterday. More

18/10/2012 - Men hurt by job loss threat
The economic recession may have hit the mental health of men much harder than women, researchers reveal today. More

17/10/2012 - Little evidence that cranberries prevent cystitis
A thorough review of the evidence has found that drinking cranberry juice is unlikely to prevent bladder and kidney infections, experts say today. More

15/10/2012 - How aspirin may protect women
Women who take regular doses of aspirin may be enjoying protection against cancer of the ovaries, according to new findings from Denmark. More

12/10/2012 - Vaccine rates vary as first flu figures emerge
Pensioners continue to get their flu vaccines at a much greater rate than others, according to the first weekly flu report of the winter in the UK. More

10/10/2012 - Did HRT cut heart disease?
Women who took hormone replacement therapy over a period of years enjoyed major benefits to their heart health, according to the findings of a new study published today. More

10/10/2012 - Professor hits at premature labour drugs
Women going into premature labour should not be given drugs to delay birth, a British expert says today. More

04/10/2012 - Blood pressure warning for pregnancy
Children born to mothers with high blood pressure may suffer from mental disability throughout their lives, researchers warned last night. More

02/10/2012 - Blood test search to replace mammograms
An annual blood test could replace mammography screening for breast cancer, researchers say today. More

02/10/2012 - Hip resurfacing not effective
Women should not be offered hip resurfacing procedures in view of the high failure rate of the operation, researchers say today. More

01/10/2012 - October goes pink
Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins today, backed by dozens of organisations working to tackle the disease. More

28/09/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak spurs pregnancy vaccination
Pregnant women are to be offered vaccination against whooping cough as an outbreak spreads across the UK, it was announced today. More

27/09/2012 - Time running out on world goals
The world is running out of time to meets its goal of saving the lives of millions of women and children from preventable diseases, a United Nations report warned yesterday. More

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