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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

07/11/2013 - IVF cancer link ruled out
Children born through assisted reproduction do not need to worry about facing any increased risk of cancer - at least while they are children, according to a major new study. More

04/11/2013 - Female mutilation a safeguarding issue - report
Genital mutilation of young girls should be treated as child abuse when it is found to be happening in the UK, a major report says today. More

31/10/2013 - Child poverty link to Euro-health problems
High levels of relative child poverty have a massive impact on health across Europe, according to a major report published yesterday. More

29/10/2013 - New warning on baby swaddling
The traditional way of wrapping babies, in swaddling clothes, is becoming increasingly popular - but it places risks to the babies' hips, an expert warns today. More

22/10/2013 - Fitness boosts teen brains
Teenage girls who undertake regular exercise show dramatic improvements in the study of science, researchers report today. More

02/10/2013 - Child TB drive launched
A new drive to save children from the scourge of TB was launched yesterday. More

02/10/2013 - Child deaths down but injuries still a problem
Most child deaths in Britain are linked to chronic conditions - although some of these are the result of preventable accidents, according to a new study. More

19/09/2013 - 18 million children in Europe suffer abuse
More than 18 million children across Europe suffer abuse, making it the leading cause of health inequality, a new report from the World Health Organisation says today. More

13/09/2013 - Twos need tenderness - report
The "terrible twos" should become the "tender twos", according to a major report yesterday calling for a new focus on the emotional welfare of babies. More

10/09/2013 - Baby foods too sweet
Baby foods in Britain are too sweet and promoted too early in the baby's life, an expert claims today. More

05/09/2013 - Schoolchildren face dehydration - claim
Some children may have to last as long as 18 hours without a drink during school-days, it was claimed today. More

22/08/2013 - Alarm as children sit around - for hours
British children are increasingly sedentary, researchers warn today. More

21/08/2013 - Campaign on babies with heart defects
A campaign launched today seeks to highlight the large numbers of babies born with heart defects. More

16/08/2013 - Coffee addiction linked to young death
Young coffee addicts may be endangering their health, researchers warned last night. More

14/08/2013 - Obese mothers raise heart risk
Children of obese mothers have a raised risk of early death, particularly from heart disease, reseachers report today. More

13/08/2013 - Child epilepsy gene found
Researchers have reported the first gene linked to common forms of epilepsy in children. More

30/07/2013 - Call to tackle child heart risk
As many as one in six European children are at risk of heart disease because of obesity and lack of fitness, researchers warn today. More

25/07/2013 - Behaviour risk from smoking in pregnancy
New findings show how smoking during pregnancy is a risk factor for conduct problems in the child. More

19/07/2013 - Eczema’s ‘key role’ in infant allergies
Eczema may play a key role in why some infants develop food allergies, a new study has suggested. More

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