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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

14/04/2014 - Vaccine cuts teen cancer virus infection
A new vaccine has cut rates of infection with a cancer-causing virus by two thirds among teenage girls, researchers report today. More

10/04/2014 - Child warning for lambing season
Public health officials have issued a seasonal warning about the risks of children contracting illness from visits to farms. More

07/04/2014 - No benefit of probiotics on colic
Infants with colic may not benefit from so-called probiotics - yoghurt type foods aimed at replenishing gut bacteria, according to a new study. More

03/04/2014 - Teens to reveal changing brains
Two thousand teenagers from across Europe will provide clues about how why some young people develop serious mental health issues. More

27/03/2014 - DNA test to spot children at weight risk
A simple DNA test could be used to predict which five-year-old children will put on weight, researchers have revealed. More

25/03/2014 - Sleep clues to obesity
Good sleep may be one of the key factors in preventing obesity and diabetes, researchers say today. More

25/03/2014 - Active mothers raise active children
Active mothers encourage children to be active - but many mothers are not active enough, researchers reported yesterday. More

24/03/2014 - Hope for new meningitis vaccine
The British government is hoping to vaccinate infants against one of the deadliest forms of meningitis, it has been announced. More

20/03/2014 - Fatness reduces physical activity
Children who carry the most weight may be caught in a vicious circle of inactivity aggravated by their size, researchers reported yesterday. More

10/03/2014 - Fish oil boost for child sleep
Children sleep significantly better if they are given supplements of fish oil, British researchers have revealed. More

06/03/2014 - Passive smoking risk to children's arteries
Passive smoking in childhood can cause irreversible damage to children's arteries, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/03/2014 - HPV vaccine 'effective'
The HPV vaccination programme successfully protects young women against cervical abnormalities, according to a new study published today. More

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