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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

22/05/2014 - Parents prevent children walking to school
Children are missing out on valuable exercise because their parents prefer their youngsters to get the bus or to be driven to school, researchers warn today. More

20/05/2014 - Plea to tackle baby death toll
About 8,000 new-born babies die every day around the world, according to a major new study published today. More

20/05/2014 - Global campaign to tackle child obesity
A new worldwide drive to tackle the increasing problem of childhood obesity was launched yesterday. More

15/05/2014 - Depression and suicide afflict world's teens
The world's main cause of teenage illness is depression, according to a major report yesterday. More

15/05/2014 - Gene flaw challenges asthma theories
A genetic flaw may be responsible for the link between babies getting antibiotics and the later development of asthma, British researchers revealed today. More

14/05/2014 - Neck tests could reduce rugby injury
Adult rugby teams seeking to recruit teenagers should be required to ensure their recruits undergo medical testing for body strength, according to a Scottish study. More

12/05/2014 - Campaign to find genes behind young heart disease
A major campaign to pinpoint more genes responsible for inherited heart conditions is launched today. More

09/05/2014 - Screen teens for heart risk - conference
Teenagers and young adults could successfully be screened for risk of sudden cardiac death, a conference heard yesterday. More

09/05/2014 - Delays that aggravate cancer risk
Young adults and the middle-aged tend to delay dangerously before reporting symptoms of pancreatic cancer to a GP, according to a survey published yesterday. More

08/05/2014 - Babies may be screened for heart defects
England is set to develop a screening test to identify heart defects in new-born babies, it was announced yesterday. More

02/05/2014 - Baby helmets make no difference
An expensive helmet treatment to preserve the shapes of babies' heads makes no "meaningful" difference, researchers say today. More

01/05/2014 - TB gene test for children
Genetic tests can be used to detect TB in children, British researchers have revealed. More

24/04/2014 - Storage costs may hamper vaccine use
Some vaccines could be used more cheaply in poor countries if the cost of storage was reduced, campaigners have warned. More

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