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Postpartum depression symptoms on the rise among US women

A University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine investigation has discovered that postpartum depression symptoms increased among women in the US during the first...
Are antibiotics the answer to recurrent urinary tract infections?

Are antibiotics the answer to recurrent urinary tract infections?

New research suggests that antibiotics may increase recurrent urinary tract infections by disrupting the gut microbiome. Urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria in the...
New midwives recruited to boost NHS maternity care

New midwives recruited to boost NHS maternity care

Up to 500 new international midwives are set to join maternity units across England under a new NHS England initiative. In a 2020 survey from...
What are the risk factors for heart attacks in women?

What are the risk factors for heart attacks in women?

A Yale-led study has identified which risk factors are more likely to cause a heart attack for women and men aged 55 years and...
gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes can be prevented through healthy lifestyle habits

A team of researchers in Finland has designed a method for identifying people at the highest risk of developing gestational diabetes, also finding that...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 21, which insightfully explores women’s health, antimicrobial resistance, health policy, infection control, COVID-19, cutting-edge health technology, medical cannabis,...
Mediterranean diet

Mediterranean diet may prevent preeclampsia during pregnancy

A new US study has discovered that following a Mediterranean diet whilst pregnant can reduce the risk of preeclampsia, potentially illustrating how dietary interventions...
womb cancer

Womb cancer risk almost doubled for women with excess weight

New research from the University of Bristol suggests that lifelong excess weight almost doubles the risk of developing womb cancer. The University of Bristol study,...
Removing endometriosis lesions with nanotechnology

Removing endometriosis lesions with nanotechnology

Scientists from the Oregon State University have developed new nanotechnology to locate and remove endometriosis lesions. The new animal-model study, published in the journal Small,...
exercising during pregnancy

Exercising during pregnancy decreases Type-2 diabetes risk in offspring

Research emerging from Japan's Tohoku University suggests that exercising during pregnancy can considerably benefit the mother's child, reducing their risk of Type 2 diabetes. The...
Making symptoms of menopause manageable

Making symptoms of menopause manageable

Awareness and education around symptoms of menopause are paramount for ensuring patients receive accurate diagnosis and treatment. HEQ spoke to Dr Haitham Hamoda, consultant...
The science behind pregnancy cravings

The science behind pregnancy cravings

A groundbreaking discovery by researchers from the University of Barcelona has identified the neuronal mechanisms that control pregnancy cravings. Pregnancy cravings are common and are...
childhood trauma

Childhood trauma may increase the risk of MS in women

A new study suggests that childhood trauma might significantly increase women’s risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) later in life. The research found that childhood...
Educating UK medical students on abortion care

Educating UK medical students on abortion care

New research finds UK medical students are missing out on comprehensive abortion care education, due to multiple barriers preventing effective teaching. The researchers discovered that...
osteoporosis prevention

Osteoporosis prevention: Why early diagnosis is essential for bone health

With initial diagnosis of osteoporosis often taking place after a breakage has occurred, Health Europa discusses the importance of osteoporosis prevention measures to protect...
Pregnant women to be offered preterm pre-eclampsia test

Pregnant women to be offered preterm pre-eclampsia test

Midwives can now offer one of four blood tests to help diagnose suspected preterm pre-eclampsia, a potentially serious condition. The independent National Institute for Health...
IVF clinics: how money-back guarantees achieve better results

IVF clinics: how money-back guarantees achieve better results

IVF clinics offering money-back guarantees for services achieve a higher live-birth success rate with less aggressive treatments than clinics without this offer. Shan Yu, an...
Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A may impact respiratory health

Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A may impact respiratory health in childhood

Analysis of over 3,000 children from six European countries examined the effects of prenatal exposure to bisphenol A on respiratory health in school-age girls. Bisphenol...
healthcare for women

Healthcare for women is failing to heal from the pandemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) has worryingly revealed that healthcare for women is severely lacking in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Findings from the...
Menopause Support

Why we need to start talking about improving menopause support

Health Europa discusses the urgent need to improve menopause-related services, care, and public understanding with founder of Menopause Support Diane Danzebrink. Although the discourse surrounding menopause...

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