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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

03/05/2012 - Overdue babies may risk behaviour problems
Being born after 42 weeks' gestation may be linked to an increased risk of behavioural and emotional problems in early childhood, researchers warn today. More

02/05/2012 - Adolescents need support to stay healthy
Young people in Europe and North America face major health inequalities, according to a report published today. More

25/04/2012 - New and old risks to adolescent health
A series of articles in this week's Lancet highlights the wide range of health risks faced by adolescents in the modern world. More

17/04/2012 - Call for dyslexia research and diagnosis
Children with dyslexia must be diagnosed early and given treatment as soon as possible, say experts today. More

13/04/2012 - Vaccine call after increase in whooping cough cases
Parents have been urged to have their children vaccinated against whooping cough after 665 laboratory confirmed cases were recorded in England and Wales in the first three months of 2012, it was revealed today (April 13). More

11/04/2012 - Nine months on artificial heart for Joe, 3
A three year old boy has had a successful transplant after spending nine months on an artificial heart, it has been announced. More

05/04/2012 - Alert on farm visits
Parents and teachers have been urged to take precautions as the spring brings the "animal petting" season. More

29/03/2012 - Flu vaccine link to sleep problem
A swine flu vaccine may cause a sleep condition in children, researchers claimed last night. More

28/03/2012 - Herbs for acne?
Teenagers troubled by acne may fare better with herbal treatments than prescriptions, scientists claim today. More

20/03/2012 - Changes that help asthma children
Small changes in primary care and schools have been able to achieve dramatic improvements in preventing serious illness among children with asthma, a conference will hear today. More

19/03/2012 - New child allergy findings
Scientists say they can explain how giving common antibiotics to infants increases the risk of serious allergies. More

15/03/2012 - Breast-feeding targets "idealistic"
Women are being set "idealistic and unhelpful" targets for breast-feeding, researchers say today. More

15/03/2012 - Alarm at child asthma variations
Campaigners have expressed alarm as new figures show that asthma care for children is getting patchier in England. More

13/03/2012 - Swaddling baby not hip
Swaddling clothes for babies have been making a come-back - but it causes damage to the infant hips, an expert has warned. More

29/02/2012 - Identical twins mix-up warning
Many parents of twins may be wrongly told they are not identical, researchers say today. More

29/02/2012 - Rare diseases under spotlight
Campaigners are using Rare Diseases Day, today, to highlight the risks and needs of obscure illnesses. More

21/02/2012 - Movie link to binge drinking
Popular movies may have a strong influence on teenagers' drinking habits, researchers warned today. More

14/02/2012 - Adoption study shows disorder risk
Adopted children can face a double risk of serious mental disorder if both their biological and adoptive families are troubled, researchers have warned. More

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