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Dr. Joslyn Ngu, 26 May 2015
Lower oestrogen levels during menopause is associated with lower risk of breast cancer but higher risk of osteoporosis and potentially Alzheimer’s disease (AD), metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease, says an expert.
01 Feb 2015
Levator hiatus of women who exercise before and during pregnancy was compared with those who do not exercise in this cohort study.
01 Oct 2012

Evidence suggests that assisted reproduction technologies, ie, in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), are associated with increased risk of birth defects. This could be due to factors within the technologies or to factors in the patients who take up the technologies. A study in South Australia has provided more data.

Roshini Claire Anthony, 03 Aug 2017

Bisphosphonate use does not appear to reduce the risk of breast cancer among postmenopausal women, results of an observational study show.