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16/08/2011 - Nut problem misunderstood
Families of children with life-threatening nut allergies too often feel they are treated as being "frivolous and self-indulgent", researchers warned today. More

05/08/2011 - Quick test can detect congenital heart defects in newborns
A quick, non-invasive test that measures blood oxygen levels in newborns can detect cases of life-threatening congenital heart defects effectively, researchers report today. More

05/08/2011 - Quick test can detect congenital heart defects in newborns
A quick, non-invasive test that measures blood oxygen levels in newborns can detect cases of life-threatening congenital heart defects effectively, researchers report today. More

04/08/2011 - Life-time cost of childhood illness
People who have suffered long periods of illness as children may end up struggling in their careers later in life, researchers said today. More

01/08/2011 - Too much salt for infants
Tinned spaghetti and baked beans are leading to British infants taking too much salt, researchers say. More

27/07/2011 - Trauma link to baby size
Women with posttraumatic stress disorder face a risk of giving birth to small babies, researchers warned today. More

26/07/2011 - Gene treatment's new promise
A much-heralded new treatment for a once incurable genetic disease continues to show promise, British researchers have reported. More

22/07/2011 - How breast-feeding cuts asthma risk
Feeding a baby solely on breast milk for up to six months after birth can reduce their risk of developing asthma-related symptoms in early childhood, researchers said today. More

22/07/2011 - Teenage girls' "poor" diet
The eating habits of teenage girls in the UK are poor, with just over half getting enough iron in their diet and about half the recommended serving of fruit and vegetables a day. More

12/07/2011 - Flexible exercise advice to Brits
Britons have been told they can be more flexible about how they take their exercise to meet fitness targets. More

30/06/2011 - Pine tree powder for hay fever
A powder from pine trees can help protect children from hay fever, according to Swedish researchers. More

30/06/2011 - Row over child food adverts
Food companies desperate for business are breaching agreements on advertising to children across Europe, it was claimed today. More

29/06/2011 - Slow growth pregnancy linked to allergy
Babies that are slow to get growing in the womb face an increased risk of developing allergic diseases, researchers revealed yesterday. More

29/06/2011 - National time bomb for diabetes complications
Diabetes in England and Wales is a "time bomb" waiting to happen, according to figures published today. More

29/06/2011 - How ten minutes may boost breast awareness
Education programmes for elderly women may help with the detection of breast cancer, British researchers say today. More

27/06/2011 - Measles outbreak warning
Britain is facing an outbreak of measles in spite of improvements in vaccination rates, according to new figures. More

24/06/2011 - Asthma “not linked” to vitamin A deficiency
Vitamin A deficiency does not increase the risk of asthma, new research has suggested. More

22/06/2011 - New pregnancy smoking warning
The children of mothers who smoke in pregnancy may face a range of problems - and new research suggests these could include cholesterol. More

13/06/2011 - Farm vaccines may prevent allergy
Treatment against the development of allergy might need to begin before birth - and farm visits might be the answer, a major European conference was told yesterday. More

10/06/2011 - Call for radical hay fever treatment
Britain has a “vastly under-utilised” area of medicine with massive potential for treating people with common allergies such as hay fever, it has been claimed. More

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