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12/10/18 - C-sections almost double worldwide in 15 years
The number of babies born through caesarean section almost doubled to 21% between 2000 and 2015, but in some countries, the rate is more than 40%, startling new figures show. More

12/10/18 - Sons' puberty age linked to mothers' first period
The age at which young women have their first period is linked to their sons’ age at puberty – suggesting a genetic connection, researchers report today. More

11/10/18 - Education key to tackling obesity - physicians
The government needs to put investment into schools to tackle the obesity epidemic, senior physicians say today. More

11/10/18 - Oral cancer link to pollution
An increased risk of oral cancer has been found among people exposed to high concentrations of fine particulate matter. More

10/10/18 - Court approves CJD fast-track treatment
A patient with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is to be the first to receive a new antibody treatment after winning court approval to circumvent drug approval laws. More

10/10/18 - Fasting as treatment for type 2 diabetes
A new series of case studies published today (10 October) highlight the potential effectiveness of therapeutic fasting to reverse insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes. More

10/10/18 - Maternal mental health problems "concealed"
Many mothers of young babies do not feel able to fully express their mental health struggles, campaigners warn today. More

9/10/18 - Cheap DNA test to predict cardiovascular risk?
A cheap, one-off DNA test early in life could predict if someone had a high risk of a heart attack, according to new international research published last night. More

9/10/18 - No evidence statins work on non-cardiovascular conditions
There is not enough evidence to suggest statins, used to treat heart disease, could be beneficial for other conditions, according to a new analysis. More

9/10/18 - NICE issues draft guideline on prolapse
Women should be offered non-surgical options for stress urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse before any they undergo any operations, according to guidelines published today. More

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