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26/07/2012 - Success for pioneer transplant op
A boy of 13 is flourishing - two years after receiving a pioneering windpipe transplant, doctors report today. More

24/07/2012 - How child obesity triggers early heart risk
Almost two-thirds of severely obese children under the age of 12 display symptoms of at least one risk factor for heart disease, researchers warned today. More

23/07/2012 - Flu link to brain disease
Children who contract a severe bout of flu may face an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life, researchers have reported. More

18/07/2012 - Parental jobs and chemical exposure linked to birth defects
Computer scientists, landscapers and artists are among men whose jobs may contribute to an increased risk for their children, researchers warned today. More

18/07/2012 - Joining a clinical trial boosts chance of childhood cancer survival
Survival rates for childhood cancer have risen dramatically over the last 30 years thanks to high numbers taking part in clinical trials, researchers say today. More

12/07/2012 - Teen risks push blood pressure high - warning
Teenage girls who take the Pill and boys who drink alcohol are putting their bodies at risk from heart disease and high blood pressure in late adolescence, researchers warned yesterday. More

02/07/2012 - Five million test tube children, conference told
About five million children have owed their lives to assisted reproduction techniques, it was announced yesterday. More

22/06/2012 - Child magnet warning
The use of magnets on children's toys could pose a major health risk, two doctors warn today. More

21/06/2012 - Fast food lunches for poor
Britain's poorest children enjoy a diet high in fast food, researchers warn today. More

20/06/2012 - Pregnancy drinking may not harm
New research has failed to find significant effects on young children from their mothers drinking small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy, it was announced today. More

18/06/2012 - Fake thermometer warning
Parents have been warned about fake digital thermometers being sold for just 99p on the internet. More

18/06/2012 - Plea for parent child safety help
Health professionals have been urged to help "stressed" parents with ensuring the safety of their children. More

14/06/2012 - Salty meals for children in pubs
Children's pub meals are "packed" with salt, according to a study reported today. More

14/06/2012 - Beauty device child safety warning
A nurse has found a new use for hair straighteners - frying eggs. More

11/06/2012 - Tackle common child diseases - Unicef
More than two million children could be saved every year by stepping up simple treatments to tackle two common illnesses, experts have warned. More

07/06/2012 - Baby milk allergy campaign
Parents are having to make ten or more trips to their doctor before a child is diagnosed with cows' milk allergy, campaigners claimed today. 1 comments More

07/06/2012 - CT cancer link warning
Doctors should seek to reduce the use of CT brain scanning on children because of increased cancer risks later in life, according to the findings of a major study published yesterday. More

05/06/2012 - City rises to spring challenge
A primary care trust is taking action against the risks to children posed by trampolines. More

24/05/2012 - Caesarean link to obesity
Children born through caesarean section face a doubled risk of becoming obese, researchers warn today. More

11/05/2012 - Child deaths "preventable" worldwide
Preventable infectious diseases were responsible for almost two-thirds of deaths in children under five worldwide, according to figures published today. 1 comments More

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