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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

09/01/2018 - Five new genetic diseases identified
Five new genetic diseases have been identified, paving the way for potential new treatments, it was announced last night. More

09/01/2018 - Baby ban on eggs and peanuts until six months
Babies should not be fed hen’s eggs or peanuts between four and six months of age, a UK government body review has concluded. More

02/01/2018 - Use home-made popcorn, not crisps – parents advised
Public health experts today launch a bid to change the way children snack – in a move that would see the end of ice-creams and packets of crisps. More

18/12/2017 - Probe launched into care of fatal childhood infections
A major project will seek to pinpoint the delays responsible for the UK’s relatively high death rates of children from treatable infections, it was announced today. More

14/12/2017 - Children should write information leaflets - BMJ
Children could be recruited to help write patient information leaflets, doctors say today. More

14/12/2017 - Headphone aid for glue ear children
An adapted headphone can help children with glue ear cope with the problem – by improving their hearing, developers in Cambridgeshire have announced. More

29/11/2017 - War zone link to low birthweight
There is now reliable evidence that women living in areas of armed conflict are at significantly increased risk of having low birthweight babies, a Warwick University expert says today. More

24/11/2017 - Heart defect risk linked to IVF
Babies born through IVF face a slightly increased risk of suffering congenital heart defects, according to an Italian study. More

08/11/2017 - Day one heart defect screen call
All babies should under pulse oximetry screening for critical congenital heart defects in their first day of life, British experts say today. More

27/10/2017 - New drive for zero measles deaths as UK pumps cash into vaccines
The number of people dying from measles worldwide last year was less than 100,000 for the first time, it was announced last night. More

20/10/2017 - Child obesity problems grows
Efforts to reduce child obesity are failing, according to new figures showing an increasing problem amongst school-starters. More

19/10/2017 - Alarm as female teen self-harm increases
Rates of reported self-harm among young teenaged girls have increased substantially this decade, researchers warn today. More

16/10/2017 - Ticking time bomb of teen health problems
Britain needs to invest more in the health of teenagers and young adults to tackle a “ticking time bomb” of problems, campaigners say today. More

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