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23/06/2022 - Children with long COVID 'must be taken seriously'
Children who have had COVID-19 can experience symptoms of long COVID for at least two months, Danish researchers report today. More

23/06/2022 - Urgent investigation into spread of vaccine-derived poliovirus
An urgent investigation is under way after scientists discovered that a vaccine-derived poliovirus is loose in London. More

13/06/2022 - 'Overwhelming' benefits of rapid whole genome sequencing for infants
Rapid whole genome sequencing should be offered as standard to help to diagnose infants who are born severely ill or who develop serious illness in the first few weeks of life, a European conference has heard. More

12/05/2022 - Hypermutation linked to chemotherapy
Chemotherapy may be one of the key reasons why some men pass on genetic mutations to their children, British scientists reported last night. More

28/04/2022 - Warning of measles, polio resurgence
The world is facing a new threat from measles, with a near doubling of cases in the wake of the pandemic, world agencies have warned. More

14/04/2022 - Mystery of new child hepatitis outbreak
Investigators are trying to find the cause of a new kind of hepatitis that has affected 74 children this year. More

01/04/2022 - First global postnatal guidelines published
The first global guidelines to support women and newborns in the postnatal period have been launched by the World Health Organization (WHO). More

31/03/2022 - Urgent work needed to increase MMR uptake
More children and young people in England should have the MMR vaccine to help prevent a potentially devastating measles outbreak, warn experts today. More

24/03/2022 - Rise in anti-anxiety prescriptions for young people
More young people in the UK are being prescribed anti-anxiety medication, a new study has found. More

14/03/2022 - UK receives Ukraine child patients amid condemnation of "unconscionable cruelty"
Some 21 children from Ukraine have arrived in the UK to continue their cancer treatment amid concern about the widening humanitarian catastrophe in the country, it has been announced. More

14/03/2022 - Call for children to get pain relief ear drops
Ear drops with anaesthetic and analgesic can be offered to children and young people with acute otitis media, according to new guidelines. More

28/02/2022 - Ukrainian health care facing crisis - WHO warns
Medical oxygen supplies in Ukraine are falling "dangerously low," the World Health Organization warned last night. More

25/02/2022 - More than five million children orphaned through Covid-19
More than five million children globally have lost a parent or caregiver due to Covid-19, it is estimated today. More

23/02/2022 - Smoking in early pregnancy affects foetal growth
Further evidence has been published on the risks to the foetus of maternal smoking. More

23/02/2022 - Formula milk marketing 'unethical' says report
Formula milk advertising has a wide reach around the world and is “unethical,” according to the world’s most senior doctor. More

04/02/2022 - Backing for gene therapy for rare paediatric neurodegenerative disorder
The NHS in England is to offer the first gene therapy for children with a rare genetic neurodegenerative disorder, it was announced today. More

20/01/2022 - Artificial pancreas helps youngsters with type 1 diabetes
A “life-changing” artificial pancreas is helping young children with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels, British researchers reported today. More

19/01/2022 - Children's lateral flow tests vary in reliability
COVID-19 lateral flow tests provided to children have sensitivity that "varies broadly" and is "substantially lower than reported by manufacturers", researchers warn today. More

13/01/2022 - Reductions in child hospitalisations in first year of pandemic
There was a dramatic fall in hospital admissions for childhood infections in England during 2020, a new study shows today. More

30/12/2021 - Simpler drug to suppress child HIV
A simple, low-cost treatment for children with HIV may provide improved care, British researchers have reported. More

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