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17/01/2012 - Headphone hazard to pedestrians
The iPod revolution is creating a new hazard for young adults, researchers warned today. More

13/01/2012 - Developmental problems linked with birth complications
More than one third of babies who are born with a variety of complications go on to suffer long-term developmental consequences, experts warned today. More

06/01/2012 - Families warned on whooping cough surge
Britain is facing a surge in cases of whooping cough, health officials warned yesterday. More

30/12/2011 - Allergy tests not ‘magic bullets’
Blood tests and skin prick tests should never be used to make a standalone allergy diagnosis, two doctors have warned. More

15/12/2011 - Alarm as child obesity grows
Obesity rates among England's 11-year-olds continue to rise, according to figures published yesterday. More

14/12/2011 - Malaria remains global health threat
Successes against malaria are under threat, according to a new World Health Organisation report published yesterday. More

14/12/2011 - New guide on children's medicine
A new resource aims to help parents and professionals ensure children's medicines are correct. More

13/12/2011 - CFS "common" in schools
As many as one per cent of secondary school children may suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, British researchers claimed today. More

13/12/2011 - Family stress may raise allergy risk
Raising children in a low-stress environment may help prevent the development of allergies, Swedish researchers have reported. More

08/12/2011 - Euro-research call on chronic diseases
European researchers have called for greater efforts to identify the causes of chronic diseases, such as allergy, which affect growing numbers of people. More

06/12/2011 - Parents urged to tackle baby obesity
Parents are being asked whether they would welcome more help to prevent their babies becoming too fat - after a study identified key areas of confusion. More

05/12/2011 - Measles outbreak warning
Western Europe is facing a major outbreak of measles - with several deaths recorded in France, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

28/11/2011 - How slim children become obese adults
Slim children who become obese in adulthood are at increased risk of developing high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and heart disease, it has been claimed. More

23/11/2011 - Early fish may prevent asthma
Including fish in baby food after weaning may help prevent asthma-type problems developing, researchers from Sweden reported yesterday. More

21/11/2011 - Talk to children about alcohol, parents urged
Health workers have been encouraging parents to talk to their children about alcohol and think about how their own drinking habits may impact on them. More

17/11/2011 - Nose drop hope for child flu campaign
UK government advisers want flu vaccine nose drops to be developed for children, it emerged yesterday. More

16/11/2011 - Backing for delayed umbilical cord clamping
Delaying the clamping of the umbilical cord can protect babies from low iron levels at four months of age, researchers say today. More

14/11/2011 - Child cancer successes marked
Improvements in treatment of childhood cancer have saved at least 5,600 lives in the UK the last 40 years, according to an analysis published today. More

11/11/2011 - Global toll of childhood flu
About 90 million children globally under the age of five contract seasonal flu every year, researchers have estimated for the first time. More

04/11/2011 - Infants 'need' exposure to dirt
New-born babies need to encounter a wide range of bacteria to lessen their chances of developing allergic disease later in life, Danish research has concluded. More

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