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02/04/2020 - Treatment hope for babies with high-grade glioma
Targeted drugs could be used to treat some infants with high-grade glioma, according to the biggest study to date on the aggressive brain tumour. More

18/03/2020 - E-cigarettes mostly not gateway to smoking
Teens who use e-cigarettes are not significantly likely to go on and smoke standard cigarettes, according to a new study. More

17/03/2020 - Two types of type 1 diabetes
Children under the age of seven who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes have a different type from those diagnosed at aged 13, researchers reported last night. More

11/03/2020 - Support needed for parents of children with learning disabilities
New research has highlighted the mental health struggles of some parents of children with learning disabilities. More

04/03/2020 - Child vaccine clue to cancer therapy
The “immunological memory” of common childhood vaccines could provide a basis for new cancer treatments, according to a research team in Finland. More

25/02/2020 - Call for changes to infant hip screening
Orthopaedic experts are calling for the reassessment of national guidelines relating to new-born and infant developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) screening, following the findings of a 15-year study. More

19/02/2020 - Global failure on child health
The world is failing to protect the health of its children, according to a major report published today. More

17/02/2020 - Hancock pledges to take on anti-vaxxers after mumps surge
Anti-vaccine campaigners have been blamed for a surge in cases of mumps in the UK in the last year. More

27/01/2020 - Oedema drug improves autism symptoms
A drug prescribed to treat oedema improves some of the symptoms in young children with autism, according to a study published today. More

22/01/2020 - Studies question cervical cancer eradication claims
NHS officials produced new evidence of the success of HPV vaccination as a series of studies, published today, cast doubt on claims that cervical cancer could be eliminated. More

13/12/2019 - Infertility risk for boys who are born small
Boys who are born small for their gestational age have an increased risk of fertility problems in adulthood, a Danish study published today (13 December 2019) has claimed. More

06/12/2019 - Worldwide measles outbreak deadly for infants
The world has been facing a "devastating" outbreak of measles, leading to thousands of deaths, according to stark new figures. More

22/11/2019 - Inactive teens jeopardising future - WHO
Most adolescents, globally, are too inactive, putting their future health at risk, according to a major analysis published today. More

12/11/2019 - Pneumonia is the forgotten 'epidemic'
Hospitals in England recorded 56,000 child emergency admissions for pneumonia in 2018 – up more than 50% on 2008, according to analysis by Save the Children and Unicef published today (12 November 2019). More

01/11/2019 - Measles causes 'immunological amnesia'
The reason why measles causes long-term damage to the immune system, leaving people vulnerable to other infections, has been revealed in a new study. More

25/10/2019 - More than 300 million people have a rare disease
More than 300 million people worldwide are currently living with diseases that are classified as rare, according to the first analysis of its kind. More

23/10/2019 - Anorexia rates rise in last decade
Rates of anorexia nervosa among young people are rising, increasingly affecting children, researchers warn today. More

23/10/2019 - How social media disrupts adolescent sleep
A new study of sleep patterns in UK adolescents has found a clear link between social media use and less healthy sleep patterns, particularly staying up too late in the evening. More

14/10/2019 - Jumping genes linked to development disorders
Jumping genes are behind the genetic changes in some patients with undiagnosed neurodevelopmental diseases, according to a new study. More

11/10/2019 - Likely benefit for delayed cord clamping
Delayed clamping of the umbilical cord could reduce the mortality risk for premature babies, according to a new analysis. More

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