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14/02/2011 - Teen drinking alarm evidence call
Evidence that late adolescent drinking leads to physical and mental health problems in adulthood is of “poor quality”, researchers have concluded. More

08/02/2011 - Junk food hits infant brains
Young children who are fed junk food suffer a massive loss of brain power, researchers reveal today. More

07/02/2011 - Teen vaccine may be working
More than four million doses of the new vaccine aimed at preventing cervical cancer have been given to young women in the UK, according to new figures. More

07/02/2011 - Restricted diet works for hyperactivity
Children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder should be given a restricted diet as part of their care, according to a new analysis. More

04/02/2011 - Diabetes virus link
Children with diabetes are nearly ten times more likely to suffer from a virus infection as those who do not have the condition, researchers report today. More

31/01/2011 - New push to eradicate polio
World leaders have been urged to back a final push to eradicate polio. More

27/01/2011 - Call for child flu vaccines
British families have suffered from "muddled policies" this winter, leading to a failure to vaccinate children against the swine flu, a British expert alleged yesterday. More

21/01/2011 - Gaming addiction "serious"
Video game addiction is a serious behavioural problem that is separate from other afflictions, it has been claimed. More

14/01/2011 - Row over six months breast-feed target
Breastfeeding babies exclusively for six months may “not always be in the child’s best interests”, it has been claimed. More

13/01/2011 - Imaginary friends "fine"
Young children who have imaginary friends are in perfect mental health, psychologists say today. More

07/01/2011 - Hyperactivity off-switch missing?
Youngsters with attention disorders may struggle to concentrate on boring tasks because part of their brain does not switch off in the same way as those without the condition, researchers say. More

06/01/2011 - Flu vaccine shortage alarm
British doctors are facing growing shortages of flu vaccine as public alarm at the spread of the virus grows, government officials have admitted. More

06/01/2011 - Hope for Duchenne's therapy
Gene therapy for muscular dystrophy may at last be showing some success, British researchers have revealed. More

04/01/2011 - Early growth problem for girls
Young girls who mature early may face difficult teenage years, British researchers warn today. More

04/01/2011 - Young adults pile on pounds
Early adulthood seems to be the key age at which people adopt unhealthy lifestyles, piling on cholesterol and body-fat, it was claimed last night. More

23/12/2010 - Alternatives threaten children
Parents should realise the dangers of treating childhood illnesses with alternative medicines - following a series of deaths, researchers warned today. More

20/12/2010 - New Year highlights alcohol cot death link
Alcohol consumption by parents may be behind a surge of sudden cot deaths on New Year’s Day, according to a new analysis. More

16/12/2010 - Child weight alarm
British children are piling on the pounds during their primary school years, according to disturbing official figures published yesterday. More

10/12/2010 - New meningitis vaccine could wipe out epidemics
The West African nation of Burkina Faso has become the first country to begin a nationwide campaign to introduce a new meningitis vaccine, it has been announced. More

08/12/2010 - Desensitisation works for hayfever
People with hayfever-like allergies tend to benefit from immunotherapy treatment, researchers said today. More

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