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30/08/2012 - Abortion link to later baby problems
Women who have repeated abortions may put their future ability to have healthy children at risk, researchers warn today. More

29/08/2012 - New plant hope for breast cancer treatment
A constituent of a herbal tea may have a role to play in treating breast cancer, researchers say. More

22/08/2012 - Baby infection a "priority"
New guidance was issued today on preventing a deadly bacterial infection in new-born babies. More

21/08/2012 - Pregnancy drug use criticised
British experts have issued a warning about a drug in wide use in poor countries to save the lives of critically ill women after pregnancy. More

20/08/2012 - Sunshine for babies plan
Scottish women may need encouragement to seek out sunshine during pregnancy, experts say. More

17/08/2012 - Cervical treatment pregnancy link dismissed
Women who undergo commonly used treatments to prevent cervical cancer are at no risk of pregnancy complications, British researchers said today. More

16/08/2012 - Breast cancer pregnancy "safe" for babies
Women with breast cancer can safely have babies after undergoing chemotherapy, researchers said today. More

10/08/2012 - Female smoking link to blood cancer
Women who smoke double their risk of developing cancers of the lymph gland and bone marrow, researchers warned today. More

03/08/2012 - Why women live longer?
Women tend to live longer than men - and it may be in the genes they give to their sons, researchers revealed yesterday. More

01/08/2012 - Caesarean link to infection warning
The caesarean operation for childbirth is one of the oldest surgical procedures known - and yet still carries a significantly high risk of leading to infection, researchers warn today. More

18/07/2012 - Parental jobs and chemical exposure linked to birth defects
Computer scientists, landscapers and artists are among men whose jobs may contribute to an increased risk for their children, researchers warned today. More

12/07/2012 - New global drive on family planning
Midwives have hailed a global summit on family planning held in London, UK, yesterday as "historic". More

11/07/2012 - Four drinks a week may help prevent arthritis
Moderate drinking could help reduce the risk of rheumatoid arthritis, researchers say today. More

11/07/2012 - Daily iron supplements not necessary during pregnancy
Pregnant women who take daily iron supplements may benefit just as much from reducing them to once a week, new research suggests. More

09/07/2012 - New HRT rethink plea
A fresh plea is made today for a rethink on the hazards posed to women by hormone replacement therapy. More

04/07/2012 - Coffee and fat intake linked to IVF success
New findings suggest that drinking too much coffee and eating too much fatty food may affect a woman's chances of getting pregnant through in vitro fertilisation, or IVF. More

03/07/2012 - Screening could protect children from cancer risk
Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer genes could be detected during embryo screening, according to Belgian scientists. More

03/07/2012 - Aid for pregnancy grief
New information issued yesterday seeks to help women who face the pain of having a baby die just before birth. More

02/07/2012 - Five million test tube children, conference told
About five million children have owed their lives to assisted reproduction techniques, it was announced yesterday. More

28/06/2012 - How work may harm pregnancy
Women who have to undertake physically arduous work during pregnancy may see an impact on the size of their baby, researchers warn today. More

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