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21/06/2018 - MMR warning for student Euro-trips
Students planning European tours have been advised to ensure their MMR vaccination is up to date. More

19/06/2018 - Infant tumour study pinpoints genes
A genetic study of soft tissue tumours that affect infants has pointed to several drugs that could improve treatment, researchers said last night. More

15/06/2018 - Twin survival improves
The UK has made significant and speedy progress in improving the survival of twins at birth, according to a major annual analysis published today. More

13/06/2018 - Foetal polycystic ovary risks explored
Smoking and obesity during pregnancy may be linked to future polycystic ovary syndrome in daughters, researchers report today. More

31/05/2018 - E-cigarettes questioned on No Tobacco Day
E-cigarette flavourings and misleading adverts should be banned to protect the health of young people, a group of leading international doctors says today. More

15/05/2018 - DNA clue to child brain tumour success
DNA testing might help identify children with brain tumours that will respond to adult medications, British researchers have reported. More

23/04/2018 - How vaccination shortfalls triggered measles outbreaks
Measles outbreaks across Europe are mostly affecting people who have not been vaccinated, according to a new analysis. More

11/04/2018 - New growth hormone deficiency test
Researchers in Manchester are hoping to develop an improved test for growth hormone deficiency in children using machine learning and DNA analysis. More

29/03/2018 - Muscle mutation linked to SIDS
A rare genetic mutation affecting the muscles controlling the lungs may be responsible for some cases of sudden infant death syndrome, researchers report today. More

28/03/2018 - Childhood arthritis study launched
British researchers have announced a major research project aimed at finding biomarkers that could help indicate the best treatment approach for children with arthritis. More

21/03/2018 - Child obesity trends show need for action
Child obesity is now as much a poverty related problem in the UK as under-nutrition, researchers say today. More

15/03/2018 - Child health stalling in the UK
Key health outcomes for babies and young children in the UK are failing to improve, paediatricians warn today. More

28/02/2018 - Warning on metformin in pregnancy
Pregnant women taking the drug metformin may be increasing a baby’s chance of becoming overweight at age four, according to a Norwegian study. More

22/02/2018 - Baby clothing advice revisited
British researchers have launched a challenge to advice on dressing babies. More

19/02/2018 - Blood tests may point to autistic spectrum disorders
British and Italian researchers today unveiled the first pathological tests devised to aid the diagnosis of autistic spectrum disorders. More

15/02/2018 - Warning on health of single fathers
Single fathers who bring up children suffer significantly poorer health than other parents, researchers warn today. More

12/02/2018 - Controversy over campaign to switch patients to pharmacists
A national campaign to take pressure off GPs was being launched today – amid concern that it could cause delays in diagnosis of sepsis. More

31/01/2018 - Backing for rotavirus vaccine
Rotavirus vaccination for babies in the UK has had a big impact on the poorest communities, according to a new analysis. More

19/01/2018 - Robot could be used to treat birth defect
A robot has been developed that can help to treat babies with oesophageal atresia, it has been announced. More

16/01/2018 - TV addiction plus adverts triggers junk food habits
Teenagers who watch hours of commercial television - with advertising breaks - tend to snack on large amounts of junk food and drink, according to a major UK analysis today. More

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