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08/02/2018 - Asparagus link to breast cancer
An amino acid found in many common foods could aid breast cancer metastasis, according to British researchers. More

02/02/2018 - Warning over ibuprofen in pregnancy
Women who take ibuprofen in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy could reduce the fertility of their unborn daughters, according to a French study published today. More

02/02/2018 - College calls for full funding of IVF treatment
Full state funding for IVF would reduce the risk of multiple pregnancies, which would be safer for women and their babies, and be cheaper for the NHS, according to a paper published today. More

31/01/2018 - Folic acid in bread to protect babies?
There is no risk of overdosing the public with folic acid through fortification of flour, experts say today. More

24/01/2018 - Probiotics for healthy pregnancy?
Probiotics could help lower the risks of preeclampsia and premature birth, Swedish researchers say today. More

23/01/2018 - Hot weather could lead to gestational diabetes misdiagnosis
Women can be misdiagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus when the temperature is over 25C because blood flow could be diminishing sugar extraction from blood to tissue, Greek researchers report today. More

22/01/2018 - Factor in breast cancer doubles risk of death
The mortality risk from breast cancer is doubled for patients with high heterogeneity of the oestrogen receptor within the same tumour, according to Swedish researchers. More

18/01/2018 - Analysis backs cancer gene screening for all women
All women should be screened for genes for breast and ovarian cancers, according to an analysis published today. More

17/01/2018 - Gestational diabetes link to future risk
Having gestational diabetes may be linked to increased risk of future cardiovascular disease, new research is showing. More

12/01/2018 - Impact of BRCA on early breast cancer studied
Young women who are treated for early breast cancer do not face any immediate increased risk if they carry BRCA mutations, British researchers say today. More

08/01/2018 - Pregnancy paracetamol linked to female fertility problem
Taking paracetamol during pregnancy could reduce the fertility of female offspring, Danish researchers have reported. More

20/12/2017 - Caesarean blood cell salvage questioned
Cell salvage during caesarean section may not lead to significant reduction in the use of donor blood transfusions, researchers have found. More

19/12/2017 - Screening drop off puts cervical cancer reductions at risk
Cervical cancer may cease to kill young women within 20 years – but will remain a problem for older women because of complacency about screening, according to a new analysis. More

15/12/2017 - Egyptian mummies reveal earliest known cancers
Researchers have identified the oldest known cases of two kinds of cancer in Egyptian mummies, it has been announced. More

15/12/2017 - Gene link to early-onset breast cancer
British researchers have found a genetic variant underlying the development of breast cancer in young women, it was announced today. More

08/12/2017 - Plea for pregnant women to get flu vaccine
An urgent appeal has been launched by senior doctors to ensure pregnant women get flu vaccination. More

07/12/2017 - Debate over monitoring in labour
This week, experts are debating the question of continuous electronic foetal monitoring for all women in labour. More

06/12/2017 - New traffic pollution health risk assessments
Poor air quality in urban areas is particularly damaging to young children and older adults, according to two reports published today. More

29/11/2017 - War zone link to low birthweight
There is now reliable evidence that women living in areas of armed conflict are at significantly increased risk of having low birthweight babies, a Warwick University expert says today. More

20/11/2017 - Euro-Asian conference studies cultural barriers to cancer care
Efforts to improve breast cancer detection among women from Asian societies need education programmes tailored to local culture, a major conference heard yesterday. More

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