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23/04/2013 - Women shocked by screening over-treatment
Most women do not realise that breast cancer screening could lead to them being given treatment they do not need - but this does not deter them from taking the test, researchers say today. More

17/04/2013 - Light drinking in pregnancy not harmful - study
Light drinking in pregnancy is unlikely to have adverse effects on the infant's brain, researchers claim today. More

17/04/2013 - GPs urge parents to get measles protection
Senior GPs have urged the parents to ensure their children get the MMR vaccine as measles continues to spread in South Wales, UK. More

15/04/2013 - Painful gene for women
Women may have a genetically increased risk of suffering from back-ache, according to new findings. More

12/04/2013 - Antenatal care saves babies
Reducing antenatal appointments for pregnant woman is not as safe as has been thought, researchers warn today. More

12/04/2013 - Surgery that spares women cancer
Women who undergo surgery for the condition endometriosis may enjoy protection against cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

11/04/2013 - Cancer virus that might prevent disease
The human papillomavirus has been blamed for cervical cancer - but researchers say some types of the virus might prevent the disease. More

09/04/2013 - ‘Reassuring’ finding over breast cancer survival
Drinking alcohol makes no impact on a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer - and moderate drinkers might actually benefit because of a reduced risk from heart disease. More

03/04/2013 - New pregnancy blood clot risks
British researchers say they have taken a major step towards pin-pointing women who are at increased risk of blood clots after giving birth. More

02/04/2013 - Backing for DNA testing after smear
A simple DNA-based test can help to identify more easily those women who have an increased chance of developing cervical cancer following an abnormal smear test result, researchers have reported. More

28/03/2013 - Cancer genes unveiled by the dozen
Dozens of new genetic findings about three major cancers were unveiled last night, bringing closer systematic testing for the diseases. More

27/03/2013 - Pregnancy sunshine vitamin problem
Pregnant women who are low in the "sunshine vitamin" D may have an increased risk of a range of health problems, researchers warn today. More

27/03/2013 - Heavier women carry pregnancy risks
Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may need specialist care that is not offered under current guidelines, researchers warn today. More

20/03/2013 - Smear test advice for pregnancy
Pregnant women may sometimes need to undergo a smear test - although the procedure is normally delayed until after childbirth, experts said yesterday. More

19/03/2013 - Pregnancy vitamin advice challenged
Most pregnant women should not be taking supplements of vitamin D as they are not needed for the health of the baby, British researchers say today. More

15/03/2013 - HRT cancer link challenged
Claims that falling use of hormone replacement therapy by women led to reductions in breast cancer rates have no basis in fact, researchers claimed today. More

14/03/2013 - Breast treatment risk to heart "small"
Women who receive radiotherapy for breast cancer face an increased risk of developing heart disease - but it is small, researchers reported last night. More

13/03/2013 - No body fat benefit of breastfeeding
Children who are breastfed for long periods in infancy do not gain benefits by being less overweight or obese than others, researchers say today. More

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

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