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07/12/2010 - Phone pregnancy alert
Pregnant women who make heavy use of mobile phones may contribute to their children developing behaviour problems, researchers claimed today. More

06/12/2010 - Child leukaemia treatment boost
A new treatment has offered hope that most children can survive the most common form of leukaemia, according to the findings of a British study. More

29/11/2010 - Welcome for bottle ban
Campaigners have welcomed plans for a ban on dangerous plastics used in baby bottles. More

26/11/2010 - Tubby children face teenage heart disease
Overweight children face an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood insulin levels by the time they reach adolescence, researchers warn today. More

26/11/2010 - Passive smoking blamed for one in 100 deaths
More than 600,000 deaths a year are caused by passive smoking, 165,000 of which are among children, researchers said today. More

23/11/2010 - More vaccines urged for infants
Health services should consider vaccinating infants against the flu, Scandinavian researchers say. More

19/11/2010 - Social networking sites may “induce psychological stress”
Facebook could be bad for your health, doctors in Italy have claimed, after treating a teenager who suffered repeated asthma attacks when logging onto the site. More

12/11/2010 - Surge in children surviving cancer
The number of children dying from cancer has fallen by almost 60 per cent in the last 40 years, according to a new analysis published today. More

12/11/2010 - Severe acne increases suicide risk - claim
Sufferers of severe acne are at a higher risk of attempting suicide, researchers have claimed. More

10/11/2010 - 'Hyper-networking' endangers teens
Parents may be grateful teenagers who spend their time on social networking sites are not hanging around street corners - but a new study claims this would be dangerously complacent. More

10/11/2010 - Allergy scares risk health - claim
Children who are avoiding certain foods because of a possible allergy may face a nutritional risk, experts have warned. More

04/11/2010 - Child behaviour problems linked to birth method
Children's emotional and behavioural problems may be linked to a stressful birth, researchers have reported. More

03/11/2010 - Fertility treatment risks unsettled
The jury is still out on the increased risk of cerebral palsy in children born as a result of fertility treatment, researchers say today. More

01/11/2010 - Peanut pregnancy link reopened
New findings today reopen claims that peanut allergy may be triggered when a pregnant woman consumes the nuts. More

27/10/2010 - Tackle bed problem before 7 - advice
Health professionals should be ready to tackle children's bed-wetting before they reach the age of seven, according to official advice published today. More

26/10/2010 - Womb clue to allergy
A baby's pace of growth in the womb seems to affect its chances of developing allergies or asthma, researchers have reported. More

20/10/2010 - Spring pregnancy linked to food allergy
The season in which a woman begins her pregnancy may be linked to the development of food allergies, researchers said today. More

19/10/2010 - Male teens "desensitised" by violence
Male teenagers who spend their time on violent video games and watching violent TV may develop aggressive traits, according to controversial findings published today. More

15/10/2010 - Genetic clues to childhood obesity
Idleness, poor food and inactivity have been blamed for childhood obesity - but now researchers say that sometimes genes may be involved. More

13/10/2010 - Pregnancy calcium supplementation protects child teeth
Giving pregnant women calcium supplements can protect against their infants developing dental decay, researchers claimed yesterday. More

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