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17/05/2012 - Nine new breast cancer genes
Nine new genes have been found linked to breast cancer, British scientists revealed last night. More

11/05/2012 - Inducing labour can reduce birth complications without increasing caesareans
Research published today highlights the risks and benefits of inducing babies late in pregnancy. More

11/05/2012 - Contraceptive implant link to blood clot risk
Switching from contraceptive implants to the Pill could help to reduce some women’s risk of developing serious blood clots, researchers say today. More

10/05/2012 - Vitamin tested for diabetes prevention
A major project is being launched by a UK medical school to see if a vitamin supplement can help prevent a kind of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy. More

09/05/2012 - Exercise may improve survival after breast and colon cancer
Cancer patients who keep fit may enjoy signficantly improved survival chances, researchers said yesterday. More

09/05/2012 - Intrauterine devices highly effective as emergency contraception
Intrauterine devices, or IUDs, are a safe and highly effective method of emergency contraception and should be routinely offered to patients, say researchers today. More

08/05/2012 - Test-tube treatments linked to birth defects
Some of the techniques used to help women get pregnant carry a significant risk of leading to birth defects, researchers have warned. More

03/05/2012 - Overdue babies may risk behaviour problems
Being born after 42 weeks' gestation may be linked to an increased risk of behavioural and emotional problems in early childhood, researchers warn today. More

01/05/2012 - Campaigners call for pregnancy research step-up
Campaigners celebrating their own special diamond jubilee have called for more research into drugs and treatments to prevent premature birth and pregnancy complications. More

01/05/2012 - Women shun sun-screen - survey
Thousands of British women avoid wearing sun-screen when they travel to hot, sunny countries, campaigners warned yesterday. More

27/04/2012 - Berries keep memory decline at bay
Eating plenty of strawberries and blueberries could delay memory decline in older women by two and a half years, researchers reported yesterday. More

27/04/2012 - Programme to improve breast cancer treatment for older women
A ground-breaking £2 million programme has been launched to ensure elderly women with breast cancer are treated as effectively as younger women. More

27/04/2012 - Alarm about prescription drug use in pregnancy
Not enough is known about the effects of prescription drug use during pregnancy, a review out today has concluded. More

19/04/2012 - Ten breast cancer diseases revealed
Breast cancer can now be considered as ten different diseases, British researchers reported last night. More

06/04/2012 - Breast cancer link warning to injectable contraceptive
Researchers have found a slight breast cancer risk linked to the use of injectable contraceptives, it has been revealed. More

06/04/2012 - Womb cancer surge warning
Growing rates of obesity may have triggered in increase in cases of a women's cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/04/2012 - Alert on farm visits
Parents and teachers have been urged to take precautions as the spring brings the "animal petting" season. More

04/04/2012 - Rare breast cancer risk gene located
A newly-identified breast cancer gene could open the door to further genetic discoveries, researchers reported yesterday. More

03/04/2012 - Simple device may prevent pregnancy problems
A simple pessary can play a key role in preventing premature birth in some high-risk pregnant women, researchers say today. More

29/03/2012 - Extend HPV vaccination - researchers
Thousands more women - and even men - should be offered the new cervical cancer vaccine because of its extra benefits, researchers said yesterday. More

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