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Maternal cholesterol during pregnancy linked with heart attack severity in adult offspring

A small study has suggested that high maternal cholesterol in pregnancy is associated with more serious heart attacks in young adult offspring. The research is published recently in the European


New draft guideline outlines best practice for treating recurrent miscarriage

A new medical guideline has been published for consultation by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, bringing together all the available evidence on possible risks and causes of recurrent


6-7 December 2021, Breast Imaging Course; Virtual

Join the Breast Imaging Course being held virtually this December, as we cover a range of developments and cases within Breast Imaging. Our Winter Breast Radiology CPD event will be


25-26 November 2021, Gynae Imaging Course; Virtual or London St Paul’s

Join the two-day Gynae Imaging Course, as radiologists and gynaecologists are invited from across the world to the virtual and in-person, hybrid CPD course. Suitable for Radiologists, Registrars through to


Diabetes drug may help to prolong preterm pregnancies in women with pre-eclampsia

Further trials needed to confirm results, but researchers are “cautiously optimistic” that treatment of preterm pre-eclampsia is possible Giving the drug metformin to women diagnosed with preterm pre-eclampsia may help


Menopause Awareness Month: Help more women improve quality of life and reduce menopause-associated symptoms by offering compounded BHRT

When treating menopause and perimenopause it is important that prescribing practitioners have all the information and treatment options available. Bioidentical Hormone Replenishment Therapy (BHRT) can be used to correct hormonal


Right light on the mother’s belly may be important to the foetus

There may be a link between exposure to light during pregnancy and foetal brain development. New findings by researchers at Umeå University, Sweden, working in collaboration with American colleagues, may


More than 100 charities join Baby Loss Awareness Week campaign to help people affected by pregnancy and baby loss

An alliance of more than 100 charities are joining together during Baby Loss Awareness Week 2021 (9-15 October) to highlight how people affected by pregnancy and baby loss can find


One in five women struggle to access contraception and one in three have had an unplanned pregnancy

Organon recently announced the results of their new survey which found that one in five women (23%) in Britain struggle to get an appointment with their GP, almost half (42%)