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23 January 2020
Researchers in the US tested the ability of a blood test for anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) to predict when a woman would have her final period.
22 January 2020
"Sunscreens leach up to 360 times more toxic chemicals into the blood than the FDA allows," reports the Mail Online.
21 January 2020
2 related reviews look at the impact of 'significant life events' including parenthood, leaving school and starting work, on people's body mass index (BMI) and exercise habits.
16 January 2020
"Having sex weekly may delay your menopause: Scientists say not getting enough action 'makes the body choose to stop ovulating'," reports the Mail Online on a study looking at nearly 3,000 women in the US.
15 January 2020
"Miscarriage can lead to 'long-term post-traumatic stress'," reports BBC News.
14 January 2020
"Packed lunches worse for kids than school dinners, study says," reports Sky News.
09 January 2020
"Healthy habits extend disease-free life by up to a decade," the Guardian reports.
08 January 2020
"Using talcum powder does NOT raise the risk of ovarian cancer as study of 250,000 women debunks fears after decades of uncertainty," reports the Mail Online.
07 January 2020
"First-time marathon runners can 'reverse ageing' on blood vessels by four years," the Daily Mirror reports.