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21/06/2013 - Antibiotic link to skin disease
Children treated with antibiotics early in life face a massively increased risk of developing the skin condition eczema, British researchers have reported. More

17/06/2013 - Brain tumour diagnosis time falling
Doctors are now diagnosing brain tumours in children faster than ever before. More

07/06/2013 - UK steps up measles battle
British doctors are set to administer more than 200,000 extra doses of the MMR vaccine as they battle to halt the spreading measles outbreak, it was revealed today. More

06/06/2013 - How babies learn to show pain
Babies in the womb learn to screw up their faces - and by 36 weeks of pregnancy can give an expression of pain, researchers reveal today. More

06/06/2013 - Obesity damage may skip generations
Health problems caused by obesity may skip generations, researchers warned yesterday. More

06/06/2013 - Starvation and obesity twin challenges for the poor
The world's poorest countries are facing a dual health challenge of malnutrition and obesity among children, experts warned today. More

22/05/2013 - Heart rate key to fever danger
Heart rate is a key indicator of whether a childhood fever could represent a serious threat, according to guidance issued today. More

16/05/2013 - World health goals elusive
Dramatic progress has been made in improving the health of the world's poorest countries - but not as much as had been hoped, according to figures published yesterday. More

15/05/2013 - Junk food rules by-passed
New rules have failed to stop children being exposed to increasing amounts of advertising for "junk" food, researchers warn today. More

13/05/2013 - Web plan to nail vaccine rumours
Public health workers should use new technology to pin down web-based rumours about vaccines, experts say today. More

03/05/2013 - 3D glasses to treat lazy eye
Forget Google glasses - 3D glasses may prove to be the key to helping children with eye problems, researchers have revealed. More

02/05/2013 - Young people’s cancer survival rates vary
Survival rates for teenagers and young adults with cancer vary hugely, depending on the type of disease they have, a study revealed today. More

01/05/2013 - Vaccines programme extended
A major new programme of vaccinations is to be established in England, it was announced yesterday. More

25/04/2013 - Emergency measles campaign launched
Nearly a million children and teenagers are to be offered vaccination in England to protect them from the growing threat of measles, it was announced today. More

23/04/2013 - Child arthritis genes found
British researchers are celebrating the discovery of a host of genes linked to the problem of childhood arthritis. More

23/04/2013 - Measles alert is Europe-wide
A Europe-wide campaign to boost childhood vaccination was launched yesterday as measles ravages parts of the UK and other regions of the continent. More

17/04/2013 - Light drinking in pregnancy not harmful - study
Light drinking in pregnancy is unlikely to have adverse effects on the infant's brain, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

17/04/2013 - GPs urge parents to get measles protection
Senior GPs have urged the parents to ensure their children get the MMR vaccine as measles continues to spread in South Wales, UK. More

12/04/2013 - Antenatal care saves babies
Reducing antenatal appointments for pregnant woman is not as safe as has been thought, researchers warn today. More

26/03/2013 - Child TV not found harmful
Parking young children in front of television or on electronic games may not be as damaging to their mental health as has been feared, according to a major British research project reported today. More

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