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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

13/03/2017 - New gene behind young cardiac arrest announced
A leading heart specialist has welcomed news of the discovery of a fresh gene responsible for making young people vulnerable to cardiac arrest. More

10/03/2017 - Speed up sepsis care - new guidance
The NHS must ensure that patients with life-threatening sepsis begin treatment within an hour of diagnosis, according to guidelines issued today. More

28/02/2017 - Paediatric diabetes care improving
Paediatric centres that deliver diabetes care are providing an improved service for children with the condition, according to the latest National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (NPDA) published today. More

20/02/2017 - Appendicitis antibiotic trial announced
Four hospitals are to take part in a randomised trial of antibiotics as an alternative to appendicectomy for child patients, it has been announced. More

13/02/2017 - Gene points to new form of congenital muscular dystrophy
Scientists have discovered a new form of congenital muscular dystrophy caused by mutations in a previously un-linked gene. More

03/02/2017 - Possible benefits from SCID screening
Screening new-born babies for severe combined immunodeficiency could offer advantages from early treatment, according to a new analysis. More

02/02/2017 - New growth genes uncovered
British researchers say they hope to uncover new treatments for growth disorders after reporting 83 genetic variants linked to human height. More

26/01/2017 - UK must tackle widening child poverty gap - paediatricians
Nearly 20% of children in the UK live in poverty and face life-time risks linked to unhealthy lifestyles, according to a major report published today. More

26/01/2017 - Genetic study finds new development disorders
More than a thousand families have for the first time been given diagnoses for development disorders following a major UK-based genetic study, it was announced last night. More

19/01/2017 - Gene clue to infection susceptibility
Belgian researchers have found a new genetic immunodeficiency, explaining why some otherwise healthy children succumb to some kinds of infection. More

18/01/2017 - Child brain tumour awareness drive
Efforts are under way to speed up the diagnosis of brain tumours in children in the UK. More

16/01/2017 - Bloodstream infection threat to neonates - Euro-study
Bloodstream infections are the most common healthcare-associated infections among children in Europe, according to a new study. More

09/01/2017 - Anaemia may protect children against malaria
Anaemia protects children again malaria – and providing iron supplements removes this protective effect, a new American study has revealed. More

06/01/2017 - Gastric bypass beneficial to severely obese teens
Gastric bypass surgery can help severely obese teenagers maintain their weight loss, although they may need to undergo additional procedures to deal with complications, two studies reported today. More

04/01/2017 - Sweetener study sparks concern
Senior paediatricians have urged parents not to be deterred by a study claiming that low-sugar drinks offer few benefits for health. More

21/12/2016 - Whole grapes pose child risk
The choking risk to children of swallowing whole grapes is not widely understood, a doctor warns today. More

08/12/2016 - New ad ban to combat child obesity
Paediatricians have welcomed plans announced today to ban the advertising of unhealthy foods to children. More

07/12/2016 - Families at centre in life-limited child guidance
Clinicians caring for life-limited children should ensure they are providing care for the whole family, according to guidelines published today. More

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