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19/08/2014 - How new vaccines will stop meningitis spread
Two new meningitis vaccines may prove more powerful than at first thought - cutting the spread of bacteria through the population, researchers report today. More

11/08/2014 - Drinking before pregnancy may affect children
A woman's drinking behaviour before pregnancy is linked to behaviour problems in their toddlers, according to a Norwegian study. More

31/07/2014 - Malaria vaccine hope
New hope for effective vaccines against malaria have been revealed by a major UK study. More

24/07/2014 - Checking child fever - advice
British doctors get new advice today to help them identify when a child with fever is suffering from a serious illness. More

23/07/2014 - Nuclear power cancer risk not found
Scientists have found no increase in cancer rates among young people living near two major UK nuclear power stations, it was announced today. More

23/07/2014 - Parental death affects child survival
People who lose a parent in childhood or adolescence have an increased risk of failing to live their normal lifespan, researchers warned yesterday. More

17/07/2014 - Heatwave alert
The British National Health Service has been placed on alert for heatwave conditions over the next few days. More

09/07/2014 - Global childhood TB rates increase
The number of children with TB could be much higher than currently believed, researchers warn today. More

04/07/2014 - Junk food dominates children's TV
Advertising of "junk food" is tightly controlled around children's programmes in the UK - but this does not apply to the content, according to a new study. More

02/07/2014 - Genes link asthma and body mass
New findings show a genetic link between a child being overweight and risk of suffering from asthma, researchers say today. More

30/06/2014 - Teens missing out on cancer trials
Too many teenage cancer patients are being denied the chance to take part in medical trials because of an inflexible system, it is claimed today. More

25/06/2014 - Questions over whooping cough vaccine
As many as one in five children who are taken to the GP with a persistent cough could actually have whooping cough, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

09/06/2014 - ‘Encouraging’ results from child flu vaccine pilot
A pilot scheme to vaccinate children against flu has yielded “encouraging” results, says Public Health England. More

09/06/2014 - Children burned on sunbeds - despite ban
Youngsters are still getting burned from using sunbeds, despite a ban on under-18s, a conference will be told today. More

06/06/2014 - Divorce link to overweight children
Children whose parents divorce are at a greater risk of being overweight or obese, a Norwegian study has claimed. More

28/05/2014 - Schools alone can't boost kids' health
School-based interventions to get children exercising more and eating more fruit and vegetables may not be workable on their own, researchers warn today. More

28/05/2014 - Call for warnings on sugary drinks
An expert calls today for sugary drinks to carry a warning on the label outlining their negative health effects. More

23/05/2014 - Love hormone could help children with autism
Young children with autism could be helped by the 'love hormone' that builds bonds between mothers and babies, new research has found. More

23/05/2014 - Breast-feeding "neglected"
Breastfeeding is “no longer getting the attention it deserves” because of time and resources constraints, a report has claimed. More

22/05/2014 - Being an ‘alternative’ teen a self-harm predictor
A teenager being a Goth, an emo or a punk is a stronger predictor of self-harm than being repeatedly bullied, new research has revealed. More

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