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15/02/2012 - Web call for cancer patients
Doctors and nurses caring for cancer patients need to recognise that they will seek advice from the internet, researchers said today. More

10/02/2012 - Planned caesarean carries lowest severe bleeding risk
Severe bleeding after giving birth is much less likely with a planned caesarean, Danish researchers have found. More

08/02/2012 - Antiseptic on umbilical cord fights infection
Cleaning a newborn's umbilical cord at birth can help to limit infections, experts say today. More

08/02/2012 - Age - a risk factor for breast cancer death
Older women with breast cancer face a greater risk of succumbing to the disease than younger women, according to a Dutch study published today. More

07/02/2012 - Solid food weaning 'best'
Parents may do better for their infants by weaning them with solid food rather than with pureed food, British researchers report today. More

06/02/2012 - Consuming fish during pregnancy 'improves' baby brain power
Eating fish during pregnancy could bolster the infantís intelligence, according to early findings from a major European study. More

01/02/2012 - Exercise benefits for cancer patients
Cancer patients can benefit from taking exercise after their treatment is complete, researchers say today. More

31/01/2012 - Pregnancy health threat to baby heart
Women who are careless with their health in pregnancy create an increased risk of their baby having heart problems, researchers warn today. More

27/01/2012 - Midwives get virtual island
A pioneering midwifery training project - based on an "island in the sun" - has won a major national award. More

25/01/2012 - Gene mutations boost ovarian cancer survival
Women with ovarian cancer who have certain mutations in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes have significantly improved survival chances, new findings suggest. More

24/01/2012 - Female ageing genes found
Researchers have identified a host of genes linked to female ageing, it has been announced. More

23/01/2012 - TOWIE star urges cancer checks
A TV star is in the forefront of a campaign this week urging young women to take part in cervical cancer screening. More

20/01/2012 - UK moves to three parent treatment
British researchers are hoping to develop a potentially controversial "three parent" treatment to eliminate a range of genetic diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

19/01/2012 - New power plant leukaemia link
Campaigners have called for action to protect families living near nuclear power plants after new findings linking them to leukaemia among children. More

19/01/2012 - Worldwide abortions getting less safe
Growing numbers of women are having unsafe abortions, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

18/01/2012 - New evidence that the pill benefits period pain
New findings published today confirm that the contraceptive pill can reduced the severity of painful periods. More

17/01/2012 - Challenge to HRT-breast cancer link
A new challenge is made today to a landmark British study which helped discredit the use of hormone replacement therapy by women. More

16/01/2012 - Foetus parties condemned
An expert has criticised the growing fashion for "foetus parties". More

13/01/2012 - Developmental problems linked with birth complications
More than one third of babies who are born with a variety of complications go on to suffer long-term developmental consequences, experts warned today. More

12/01/2012 - Test-tube limits call
Women undergoing IVF treatment for pregnancy should never receive more than two embryos, according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

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