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04/10/2010 - Enriched formula adds fat to children
Efforts to boost the growth of small babies with enriched formula milk may only lead to them accumulating fat as children, researchers have warned. More

30/09/2010 - Hyperactivity disorder "genetic"
Children with a hyperactivity disorder may be suffering from genetic defects affecting their brains, British researchers revealed today. More

30/09/2010 - Dogs best for allergy children?
Cats and dogs have different effects on children who are allergic to them - and dogs seem to be healthier, researchers report today. More

28/09/2010 - Major study backs breast-feeding
Midwives have welcomed new research which highlights the powerful protection that breast-feeding gives babies against infection. More

23/09/2010 - Genes cast doubt on asthma allergy link
Allergy is less important as a cause of asthma than is often thought, according to researchers who published a major analysis of genes behind the disease last night. More

21/09/2010 - Family plea to child obesity workers
Efforts to tackle childhood obesity by running programmes in schools will have limited benefits without backing from families, British experts have warned. More

17/09/2010 - UN will miss child death target
The United Nations will not achieve its target to reduce the global child death rate by two-thirds, experts warn today. More

13/09/2010 - Alarm as child fitness declines
The fitness levels of Britain's children caused fresh alarm today as a new study highlighted declining rates. More

13/09/2010 - Drink key to social acceptance
Young people drink alcohol to excess as way of being accepted into their social group. More

08/09/2010 - Limited cancer risk from radiation in pregnancy
Researchers are investigating the possible childhood cancer risk from foetal exposure to radiation. More

03/09/2010 - Sugar may not prevent newborn pain
Nurses who carry out heel prick blood tests on newborns cannot avoid causing pain by giving sucrose, new research suggests. More

03/09/2010 - Getting basics right on asthma
Many children whose asthma seems hard to treat are simply suffering from "bad management", British experts warn today. More

02/09/2010 - Formula milk "contaminated" - researcher
The use of formula milk for infants is controversial - and now new research says it has too much aluminium in it. More

27/08/2010 - Vaccine combats childhood pneumonia
The number of children contracting a dangerous form of pneumonia has slumped in after the introduction of a vaccine, British researchers report today. More

11/08/2010 - Back to school time triggers asthma problem
Newly published figures suggest that asthma rates increase dramatically in the month of September when the new school year begins. More

10/08/2010 - Popeye boosts infant diet
Old cartoons of Popeye the Sailorman may hold the key to encouraging infants to eat vegetables, researchers have reported. More

10/08/2010 - Child allergies "serious" - draft guidance
GPs should look out for children with food allergies and seek to diagnose and treat them, according to proposed guidelines published yesterday. More

09/08/2010 - Scientists close in on meningitis genes
New genetic findings may help solve the puzzle of why a small number of people succumb to meningococcus infection and others are spared. More

06/08/2010 - Weight gain in pregnancy leads to high birth weight babies
Mothers-to-be who gain too much weight in pregnancy are likely to give birth to heavy babies who are themselves at risk of obesity in later life, researchers warned yesterday. More

03/08/2010 - Bingeing hits students
Student binge drinkers may find themselves failing to attend lectures or complete assignments, researchers have warned. More

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