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19/07/2017 - Success for child double hand transplant
A child who received a double hand transplant is now able to carry out a range of tasks, 18 months on, it was announced today. More

18/07/2017 - Infant vaccination rates too low - WHO
About 10% of infants worldwide still have no contact with vaccination programmes, according to a new global analysis. More

13/07/2017 - Diabetes report calls for better awareness
Ketoacidosis too often precedes diagnosis of diabetes in children, according to the findings of a major investigation published today. More

12/07/2017 - Teen bullying rife - but not on-line, says study
Bullying among teenagers still happens more often face-to-face than on-line, according to an analysis published today. More

15/06/2017 - Clean air problem for London teaching hospitals
Patients visiting many London hospitals will experience illegal levels of air pollution, according to an analysis published today. More

02/06/2017 - Diarrhoea still a major child-killer - analysis
Diarrhoea remains one of the biggest threats to children worldwide, killing half a million infants a year, according to a major analysis published today. More

02/06/2017 - Protein that feeds Zika revealed
The Zika virus has evolved specifically to target neural stem cells, feeding off a specific protein in these cells, British scientists reported last night. More

31/05/2017 - Most birth defect causes unknown
Medicine urgently needs a better understanding of the causes of birth defects, researchers say today. More

30/05/2017 - Genetic study explains young adult obesity threat
Researchers in Bristol, UK, say they have used genetic analysis to show how obesity causes poor cardiovascular health in the young. More

16/05/2017 - WHO report reveals adolescent death rates
More than 1.2 million adolescents across the world die every year from largely preventable causes, a World Health Organisation (WHO) report says today. More

08/05/2017 - Cartoons replace anaesthetic
Cartoons may be an adequate replacement for general anaesthetic when children receive radiotherapy, a European conference heard yesterday. More

25/04/2017 - Step up call on Malaria Day
The world needs to increase its efforts against malaria in spite of recent successes, experts say today on World Malaria Day. More

24/04/2017 - Infant emergency admissions increasing - study
A surge in hospital emergency admissions for infants indicates weaknesses in community services for families, researchers say today. More

19/04/2017 - New guidance on end-of-life care
Terminally ill children should have access to around-the-clock homecare, according to guidance issued for England yesterday. More

12/04/2017 - College concern on indoor air pollution
Two medical royal colleges have joined a new drive to investigate the health impact of indoor air pollution in homes. More

12/04/2017 - Global childhood leukaemia survival varies
Global inequalities in survival from childhood leukaemia have narrowed with time - but remain very wide, according to a major global analysis published today. More

04/04/2017 - Childhood epilepsy link to pregnant women's BMI
Women who are overweight or obese in early pregnancy could increase their risk of having a child with epilepsy, a Swedish study claimed yesterday. More

22/03/2017 - How pregnancy infections risk foetal brain
Scientists have uncovered a new way in which maternal infections during pregnancy may affect the developing brain of the foetus. More

21/03/2017 - Liver disease concern for young overweight men
Overweight or obese young men have an increased risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in later life, researchers from Sweden say today. More

13/03/2017 - Parents ignorant of SIDS prevention - survey
Many parents are unaware of basic measures that can help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, according to a survey published today. More

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