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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

22/03/2012 - Vitamin E no influence on women's heart failure risk
A new study suggests that vitamin E supplements do not help prevent women developing heart failure - nor do they worsen the risk. More

22/03/2012 - Breast screening success - Dutch
Experts yesterday defended breast screening programmes - and suggested improvements - at a major European conference. More

21/03/2012 - Herbs and needles that may soothe pelvis pain
Some complementary therapies may benefit women with chronic pelvic pain, say experts, but there is still a lack of clear evidence, British experts say today. More

16/03/2012 - Diabetes link to white rice
People should switch to eating wholegrain rice because consuming white rice regularly can “significantly increase” the risk of developing diabetes, it was claimed today. More

16/03/2012 - Food pollution risk to women
Women may be placed at risk of breast cancer because of growing levels of the chemical cadmium in some "healthy" foods, researchers warned yesterday. More

15/03/2012 - Breast-feeding targets "idealistic"
Women are being set "idealistic and unhelpful" targets for breast-feeding, researchers say today. More

14/03/2012 - Research 'needed' on childbirth pain relief
There is not enough research on many popular pain relief methods for labour, British experts say today. More

13/03/2012 - Swaddling baby not hip
Swaddling clothes for babies have been making a come-back - but it causes damage to the infant hips, an expert has warned. More

09/03/2012 - Pregnancies linked to reduced MS risk
Women’s risk of developing multiple sclerosis decreases with each pregnancy, a new study has claimed. More

08/03/2012 - Women's day celebrates ground-breaking projects
Projects around the world aimed at improving the health and well-being of women were being honoured today. More

08/03/2012 - Cut unnecessary induction of labour, say researchers
Findings from a new study have prompted researchers to call for fewer instances of induction of labour among healthy pregnant women. More

07/03/2012 - Sunshine pills during pregnancy may affect baby's growth
Mood-boosting pills can aid depression, but when given to pregnant women they can lead to delayed head growth and preterm birth, researchers have warned. More

07/03/2012 - HRT linked to breast cancer protection
One kind of hormone replacement therapy may help reduce the risk of breast cancer several years after women stop treatment, researchers reported today. More

05/03/2012 - Desk job threat to women?
Inactivity may be a bigger threat to women's health than to men's, according to controversial new findings. More

02/03/2012 - Combine HPV and smear testing - Dutch researchers
Testing for the human papillomavirus and following it with a smear test could be the most effective approach for cervical screening, according to a new analysis. More

01/03/2012 - Anti-smoking patches fail pregnancy test
Pregnant women who smoke cannot be helped to quit by nicotine patches, according to a major analysis published today. More

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