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29/01/2014 - Premature birth brings asthma risk
Premature babies may have a raised risk of developing asthma, researchers warn today. More

29/01/2014 - Is IVF used too often?
Assisted reproduction techniques may be over-used, it is claimed today. More

21/01/2014 - Diet not enough to combat child obesity
Encouraging children to eat fruit and vegetables is not enough to prevent obesity developing, according to British researchers. More

08/01/2014 - Early fitness cuts heart risk
Men who were fit and healthy as teenagers tend to have a lower risk of heart attack later in life, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

07/01/2014 - Children needed for £1m silk trial
A £1 million clinical trial is being launched in the UK to establish if specialist silk clothing helps to ease eczema in children. More

06/01/2014 - Vitamin clue to child strength
Pregnant women who catch the sunshine may help their children be physically stronger, according to British researchers. More

03/01/2014 - Young drinkers’ DNA affected by alcohol
Young people’s DNA could be affected when they drink alcohol, a preliminary study has found. More

17/12/2013 - Alarm as teens obsess about weight
Most girls in their early teens are scared of putting on weight or getting fat, British researchers warned today. More

12/12/2013 - Malaria advances "no cause for complacency"
Deaths from malaria have nearly halved this century thanks to "remarkable progress", global health experts revealed yesterday. More

12/12/2013 - Father genes influence baby weight
Children that are born small may suffer from a genetic problem that also causes their fathers to develop diabetes, according to a major UK research project. More

10/12/2013 - Child unfitness government "neglect"
British governments are responsible for "mass child neglect" for letting the nation's young people become unfit, it was alleged today. More

09/12/2013 - Immune programming blood cancer hope
A radical new technique, based on reprogramming immune system cells, is proving a "powerful" treatment, researchers revealed yesterday. More

06/12/2013 - Anaemia a persistent global burden
Young women and children are still more likely to suffer from anaemia, despite increasing efforts to diagnose and treat the condition on a global scale. More

27/11/2013 - E-cigarette child warning
Marketing of electronic cigarettes needs to be regulated to protect children becoming addicted to nicotine, campaigners warned today. More

21/11/2013 - Too much sport as bad as too little - study
Teenagers who are driven towards sporting excellence, practising for hours daily, suffer ill-effects as much as those who do little activity, researchers claimed today. More

21/11/2013 - Wean slow to prevent allergy - study
Women who are breast-feeding might help their babies by introducing solid food after 17 weeks, according to a new study. More

14/11/2013 - Child pulses up
British children leaving primary school have average pulse rates significantly faster than children 30 years ago, researchers warned today. More

13/11/2013 - World plea on pneumonia
Health experts called for action today on the world's biggest killer of infants - pneumonia. More

11/11/2013 - Polio battle stepped up
A massive polio vaccination programme is to be launched in the Middle East amid concern of a resurgence of the virus in war-torn Syria, it has been announced. More

08/11/2013 - Chocolate may protect against fat
Chocoholics need not put on weight - and may even benefit from their habit, according to a new study. More

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