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31/12/2014 - New approach to child malaria drugs
The treatment of children with malaria can be improved by using the right drug combination, researchers say today. More

29/12/2014 - Development disorder genes emerging
Growing numbers of children with rare disabilities can now be diagnosed with specific, gene-related diseases, British researchers have reported. More

23/12/2014 - Snakes in the home bring disease to infants
Parents may delight their children by introducing a new pet at Christmas but if the pet is a snake it may bring risk of serious infection, researchers warned today. More

18/12/2014 - Broccoli hope for rare ageing disease
Many health benefits have been claimed for broccoli but scientists now believe it holds the key to treating a rare genetic condition that causes premature ageing. More

17/12/2014 - Gene screening could be stepped up study
Large-scale gene sequencing could feasibly be used in the NHS to identify rare diseases, experts say today. More

04/12/2014 - Flu risk children rethink call
Children born prematurely are among groups who at high risk from flu - but do not appear in guidelines, researchers say today. More

03/12/2014 - Global cervical cancer advice released
New global guidance has been published on the best way to tackle cervical cancer - one of the most preventable forms of cancer, according to experts. More

02/12/2014 - Doctors warned on child screen addiction
Video gaming among children is as much a threat to health as physical inactivity, an expert warns GPs today. More

24/11/2014 - Brain medicine threat to babies
Women who have to take a particular epilepsy drug should be advised not to get pregnant, according to new European guidance. More

21/11/2014 - Thousands to be offered vouchers for breast-feeding
Thousands of new mothers are to get a chance to earn vouchers by breast-feeding their babies, it was announced yesterday. More

18/11/2014 - Global call to prevent drowning
Drowning is among the ten leading causes of children and young people in all parts of the world, according to a major report published last night. More

18/11/2014 - Advice on infant lung disease
Babies with a common lung infection should not be treated with antibiotics, according to draft guidelines published today. More

07/11/2014 - Prem babies face hip replacement risk
Pre-term and low-weight babies are more likely to need a hip replacement due to osteoarthritis (OA) when they are adults, according to a new study. More

31/10/2014 - Doubt cast on power line leukaemia link
Doubt has been cast over theories that air pollution caused by overhead power lines is linked to the development of childhood leukaemia, researchers say today. More

27/10/2014 - Test hope for childhood insulin problem
A new test for a rare condition which is the "opposite" of diabetes has been unveiled by British researchers. More

21/10/2014 - Cannabis cleared of harming teen chances
Cannabis use by teenagers may not be responsible for poor school results, according to a major study. More

20/10/2014 - Warning as baby bacteria problems increase
A bacteria responsible for serious disease in new-born babies is on the increase, researchers warn today. More

20/10/2014 - Child infection link to hearing
People who suffered common infections in childhood face an increased risk of hearing loss later in life, British researchers say today. More

13/10/2014 - Gene hope for metabolic disease
A gene therapy is showing promise as a treatment for a deadly metabolic liver disease, according to European researchers. More

06/10/2014 - Height genes in the hundreds
British researchers have helped to identify nearly 700 genetic variants linked to human height, it was announced last night. More

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