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03/12/2015 - Pregnancy antibiotics link to wheeze
Taking antibiotics in the third trimester of pregnancy may contribute to childhood wheeze, according to an Italian study. More

03/12/2015 - Post-pregnancy weight gain link to child risk
Women who put on weight after their first pregnancy face an increased risk of losing the second child, Swedish researchers report today. More

27/11/2015 - Obesity rates grow among 11-year-olds
The number of children who are obese when they leave primary school in England continues to increase, according to figures published yesterday. More

25/11/2015 - Folic acid policy failing to stop neural tube defects
Encouraging pregnant women to take folic acid has not led to a reduction in neural tube defects in Europe, researchers say today. More

25/11/2015 - Poor results for attention deficit drug
Caution is being advised in the prescribing of methylphenidate for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to an analysis published today. More

10/11/2015 - Gene found for child cancer
A single genetic mutation may be responsible for about 10% of familial cases of the childhood cancer, Wilms tumour, British researchers have reported. More

09/11/2015 - Premature infants not getting development checks - paediatricians
Many infants who were born prematurely may not be getting crucial developmental checks at the age of two, paediatricians have warned. More

06/11/2015 - Infant saved by genetically modified T cells - first treatment
An infant appears to have been cured of advanced leukaemia using an experimental treatment with genetically modified T-cells, it was announced yesterday. More

03/11/2015 - Dogs linked to asthma reduction
Children exposed to dogs and farm animals in infancy enjoy a reduced risk of developing asthma, according to a major Swedish study published last night. More

27/10/2015 - Cardiologist recruits superheroes to help families
A London cardiologist has been involved in preparing a superhero comic book - aimed at helping his patients. More

16/10/2015 - Largest ever flu vaccine campaign pledged
This winter's flu vaccination campaign in England will be the "largest ever", public health officials said yesterday. More

09/10/2015 - Mechanism behind premature ageing disease revealed
A study has offered new insights into the mechanisms behind progeria, an incurable disease that causes premature ageing. More

08/10/2015 - Teen sun exposure linked to multiple sclerosis
New research results are adding to the evidence that healthy vitamin D levels from exposure to the sun may help protect against, or delay, multiple sclerosis, Danish researchers say. More

06/10/2015 - Type 1 diabetes vaccine hope
German researchers say they are hopeful for the success of a vaccine against type 1 diabetes to be offered to very young children. More

02/10/2015 - Height and health - Euro-studies
Infants who take asthma medications may suffer loss of height, researchers warned last night. More

29/09/2015 - Babies 'unharmed' by maternal cancer treatment
The children of mothers who receive cancer treatment during pregnancy do not seem to suffer ill-effects, according to a European study. More

28/09/2015 - Call for understanding of child cancer
Improved understanding is needed of the causes of childhood cancer, according to a report published yesterday by European experts. More

22/09/2015 - Out of work youngsters face mental health problems
Young people who cannot get into work or education are highly vulnerable to mental health issues, according to researchers in London. More

17/09/2015 - Adolescent antidepressant study was "flawed"
A commonly used antidepressant was wrongly reported as being safe and effective for adolescents at the beginning of the century, researchers reported today. More

16/09/2015 - Gardens key to child fitness
Children deprived of access to gardens in their formative years face increased risk of developing obesity, a major conference on diabetes heard yesterday. More

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