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02/09/2011 - How smoking puts female heart at risk
Women are more likely to suffer from a hardening of the arteries because of exposure to tobacco smoke than men, a European study has found. More

01/09/2011 - Thinness genes lead breakthroughs
Major genetic discoveries revealed last night by British researchers include genes for extreme thinness. More

31/08/2011 - Greater efforts needed to cut newborn deaths
The rate of deaths of new-born babies around the world has fallen, but more must be done, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

30/08/2011 - Alarm at Euro gender gap
Men pose a major health problem in Europe, according to two new analyses. More

25/08/2011 - Breastfeeding may not help prevent eczema
New research suggests that extended breastfeeding may not lead to a reduced risk of a child developing the allergic skin problem eczema. More

23/08/2011 - Viral challenge to screening techniques
Virus testing is a massively better way of screening for cervical cancer than existing laboratory techniques, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

22/08/2011 - New warning for obese mothers
New findings from a London medical school highlight the risks to babies of being born to obese mothers. More

22/08/2011 - Bacteria clue to breast cancer treatment
British scientists have found a critical clue to new breast cancer treatments - in bacteria, it was announced last night. More

17/08/2011 - Breast and ovarian cancer drug trial begins
A major trial of a new drug treatment for inherited, advanced breast and ovarian cancer is under way in the UK, it was announced today. More

11/08/2011 - Smoking risk to women
Women may be a great deal more susceptible to the risks of smoking than men, researchers warned today. More

10/08/2011 - Aspirin does not increase IVF success
Taking aspirin is unlikely to help women undergoing in vitro fertilisation, according to an analysis published today. More

10/08/2011 - Maternal death problem "urgent"
Failings in UK maternity care that lead to death require urgent attention, experts warned today. More

09/08/2011 - Soy fails menopause test
A soy-based therapy fails to offer any improvements for women going through the menopause - and may aggravate their symptoms, researchers reported last night. More

09/08/2011 - Plea for cancer patient fitness
Tens of thousands of people who have undergone successful treatment for cancer need encouragement to undertake regular exercise, campaigners warned yesterday. More

08/08/2011 - New female cancer gene found
British researchers have found a gene responsible for about one in a hundred cases of ovarian cancer, it was announced yesterday. More

03/08/2011 - Pregnancy affected by eating disorders
Women who have had an eating disorder are more likely to have fertility problems, unplanned pregnancies and negative attitudes to having babies, researchers warned today. More

02/08/2011 - Electric link to asthma
Pregnant women who spend too much time around domestic electrical gadgets may be putting their baby at risk of asthma, researchers reported yesterday. More

29/07/2011 - Breast drugs key to cancer success - researchers
Two major studies today suggest that breast cancer drugs are proving more effective than had been hoped in saving the lives of thousands of women. More

28/07/2011 - Relaxation may aid natural birth
Relaxation training and better birth preparation may help reduce the rising rate of Caesarean section births, according to an analysis published today. More

27/07/2011 - Trauma link to baby size
Women with posttraumatic stress disorder face a risk of giving birth to small babies, researchers warned today. More

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