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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

06/02/2015 - Child obesity link to cancer
Children who are overweight face an increased risk of developing oesophageal cancer in later life, researchers have warned. More

03/02/2015 - Baby bath seats cause drownings
Bath seats are increasingly popular for babies - but they have been linked to a series of drownings, public health experts warned yesterday. More

02/02/2015 - Pregnancy health could keep children slim
Women who improve their health before becoming pregnant could also contribute to preventing their children becoming obese, it is revealed today. More

28/01/2015 - Sugary drinks link to early maturity for girls
Girls who drink a lot of sugary drinks are likely to start their periods early, researchers say today. More

22/01/2015 - Rethink call on child screen time
A two hour limit on children's daily exposure to television and computer games may have become unrealistic, researchers have warned today. More

21/01/2015 - Alarm at soaring cost of childhood vaccination
New childhood vaccines are being massively overpriced, leading to the cost of protecting children soaring worldwide, a major medical charity alleged today. More

13/01/2015 - Happy homes mean healthy hearts
A happy home as a child is a key factor in deciding heart health in adulthood, according to Finnish researchers. More

09/01/2015 - Circumcision link to autism?
Circumcision of tiny boys may trigger autism in some cases, researchers warn today. More

08/01/2015 - School rugby “a scandal”
Schools rugby is a dangerous sport with risks that have not been assessed, a neurosurgeon claims today. More

08/01/2015 - Next step for eye gene therapy
British scientists are hoping to make gene therapy work for patients with a rare eye disease – but say only some will benefit. More

07/01/2015 - Vaccine multiple sclerosis risk dismissed
A cancer vaccine offered to young women is not responsible for triggering multiple sclerosis, researchers say today. More

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

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