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12/06/2015 - Teens don't take to e-cigs
Young teenagers are not using e-cigarettes as substitutes for tobacco, according to a major survey today. More

02/06/2015 - Breast-feeding may prevent leukaemia
Children that are breast-fed enjoy a reduced risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported tonight. More

29/05/2015 - Smoking ban saved thousands of children - study
The English ban on smoking in public places may have helped cause a massive reduction in the number of children needing hospital admission for respiratory infections, researchers say today. More

20/05/2015 - Childhood alert in obesity research
Britain's population is becoming overweight younger than ever before, researchers warn today. More

18/05/2015 - How cannabis stunts growth
Young teenagers who smoke cannabis may experience early puberty - and reduced growth, a major European conference is to be told. More

18/05/2015 - Peanut threat to asthma children
Many children with asthma may suffer from concealed peanut allergy, researchers have warned. More

14/05/2015 - Mixed results for development goals
At the turn of the century the world set itself targets to improve health and tackle poverty in the poorest countries by this year - and the results are "mixed", according to a report published yesterday. More

08/05/2015 - Measles vaccine prevents infectious diseases
The measles vaccination takes advantage of people’s immune systems and can help to prevent other infectious diseases, a new study has revealed. More

22/04/2015 - Hope for diabetes vaccine
Progress is being made on an insulin vaccine for preventing type 1 diabetes in high-risk children, researchers have revealed. More

22/04/2015 - School rugby risks 'overlooked'?
A UK government plan to boost the numbers of schoolchildren playing rugby could pose serious risks, it was claimed today. More

16/04/2015 - How bad sleep harms the brain
Children with sleeping problems suffer from loss of memory, researchers warned today. More

31/03/2015 - E-cigarettes lure teens - study
Many teenagers are using e-cigarettes for their first experience of tobacco, researchers warned today. More

25/03/2015 - Risks of breast milk bought on-line
Growing numbers of women are ordering breast milk over the internet - but a public health expert warned today of the lack of controls over the trade. More

24/03/2015 - Scans show how smoking harms babies
High definition scans have shown the effects of tobacco on babies in the womb, according to a new study. More

18/03/2015 - IQ link to length of breastfeeding
Babies given extended breast-feeding may benefit from higher intelligence, researchers say today. More

16/03/2015 - New warning on scarlet fever surge
Cases of scarlet fever have nearly doubled in the last year in England, according to new figures. More

02/03/2015 - Young ears at risk - WHO
Nightclubs and smartphones are placing the hearing of a generation of adults at risk, according to health experts. More

24/02/2015 - Peanut cure for peanut allergy
Children who consume peanut foods when they are weaned are unlikely to develop allergy to the nut, British researchers reported last night. More

18/02/2015 - No benefit of naps after age two
Toddlers who nap in the daytime may have a reduced quality of sleep at night, researchers warn today. More

16/02/2015 - Scarlet fever warning
England is facing an outbreak of scarlet fever, public health officials have warned. More

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