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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

10/06/2011 - Urgent work needed to fund vaccine trials
A British paediatrician is leading calls for increased funding to develop 20 vaccines over the next ten years – and says developing nations must contribute. More

09/06/2011 - New-born viral screening tested
Collecting a sample of saliva from a newborn can be used to screen for cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, a leading cause of hearing loss in children. More

02/06/2011 - Teenage iodine problem
Most teenage girls in Britain are not drinking enough milk to maintain their iodine levels - putting their future families at risk, researchers warned today. More

02/06/2011 - Routine child ops pose future heart risks
People who have had their tonsils or appendices removed as children face a significantly increased risk of suffering early heart attack, researchers warned yesterday. More

27/05/2011 - Sleepless children face weight problems
Young children risk becoming overweight by the age of seven if they do not get enough sleep, a study has claimed. More

27/05/2011 - MMR vaccine call after measles cases soar
Health chiefs have called for more young people to be immunised against measles after 334 laboratory-confirmed cases were reported in England and Wales in just four months. More

19/05/2011 - Sunlight link to asthma prevention
Lack of sunlight may be aggravating asthma problems in children, according to a new analysis. More

19/05/2011 - Child paracetamol puzzler
Doctors in primary care struggle to prescribe the right doses of paracetamol for children, Scottish researchers warned today. More

16/05/2011 - Resus training plea for schools
All school students should learn resuscitation skills, campaigners claimed today. More

13/05/2011 - Long-term harm from child inactivity claimed
Even apparently healthy children may be stoking up future problems for their hearts if they are physically inactive, researchers claimed last night. More

10/05/2011 - How breast boosts behaviour
Prolonged breast-feeding may help improve a child's behaviour during growing up, British researchers reported today. More

06/05/2011 - Toddler bottles make obesity risk
Children who still drink from baby bottles at the age of two increase their risk of obesity, researchers have warned. More

26/04/2011 - Immunisation drive worldwide
A global drive is under way to boost vaccination rates of children. More

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