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05/12/2012 - Premature babies saved
The health service is getting better at saving babies born early in pregnancy - but is having less success at preventing long-term problems, according to a major study published today. More

04/12/2012 - Social media could combat childhood obesity
The medical profession should embrace social media as a tool to help children overcome obesity, it was claimed last night. More

30/11/2012 - UK faces cough virus outbreak
Britain is facing a major outbreak of whooping cough, with three deaths in October, a health watchdog warned today. More

13/11/2012 - Gene fusion linked to child cancer
A genetic mistake lies behind many cases of a rare childhood leukaemia, researchers have revealed. More

12/11/2012 - Babies get tummy bug vaccine
Infants in Britain are to be vaccinated against a common gastrointestinal bug, it has been announced. More

02/11/2012 - Health visitors urged to step up accident prevention
Campaigners want health visitors to step up efforts to teach young parents how to avoid serious accidents. More

31/10/2012 - ADHD link to smoking genetic?
Children with hyperactivity disorder often go on to become smokers - and now researchers think there is a genetic link underlying this. More

26/10/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak gathers pace
Ten infants have now died from whooping cough this year as an outbreak continues to gather pace across the UK, according to new figures. More

22/10/2012 - Cyber-bullying link to suicide
An expert has called for social media companies to take steps to protect teenagers from cyber-bullying - warning that it contributes to suicides. More

16/10/2012 - Child risk warning from cigarettes in cars
Smoking in the car produces air pollutants that exceed World Health Organisation air quality guidance and opening windows makes little difference, researchers warn today. More

08/10/2012 - Children's cancer treatment drive call
Experts have called for a new drive to improve care of children with cancer with the aim of boosting research into the rarest diseases. More

05/10/2012 - Web blamed for vaccine crisis
Internet health information may help many patients - but it is causing problems for vaccination programmes, a European health summit heard yesterday. More

04/10/2012 - Blood pressure warning for pregnancy
Children born to mothers with high blood pressure may suffer from mental disability throughout their lives, researchers warned last night. More

03/10/2012 - Eye risk from bird-scarer fireworks
An increasingly popular type of firework - based on bird-scarers - poses a high risk of serious eye injury, doctors warn today. More

27/09/2012 - Time running out on world goals
The world is running out of time to meets its goal of saving the lives of millions of women and children from preventable diseases, a United Nations report warned yesterday. More

26/09/2012 - New child obesity heart warning
New findings suggest that obesity in childhood can have far-reaching effects on future heart health. More

20/09/2012 - Child food supplements have limited benefit for malnourished children
Energy dense food supplements can benefit malnourished children in some ways but they may not prevent acute malnutrition, researchers have warned. More

06/09/2012 - Dishwasher capsule threat to toddlers
Brightly packaged capsules containing washing up liquids are posing a growing hazard to young children, paediatricians warn today. More

03/09/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak sparks vaccine rethink
Babies could be vaccinated against whooping cough at birth as an outbreak of the disease spreads across the UK. More

27/08/2012 - New measles alarm
Parents have been urged to make sure their children are protected against measles as an outbreak continues to spread across Britain. More

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