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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10/08/2010 - Child allergies "serious" - draft guidance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

02/08/2010 - Global focus on breastfeeding rates
Breastfeeding holds the key to saving the lives of millions of children, the World Health Organisation said today. More

29/07/2010 - Alarm at temper tantrum plan
Heart-break and toddler temper tantrums are in danger of becoming psychiatric illnesses, experts have warned. More

27/07/2010 - Loving mums prepare children well
Apparently over-attentive and loving mothers may prepare their children well for the stresses and strains of life, researchers say today. More

27/07/2010 - Formula milk row 30 years old
Efforts to create a global marketing code for formula milk have spent 30 years stuck in controversy, an expert claims today. More

26/07/2010 - Asthma beliefs preventing activity needlessly
Children with asthma are missing out on vital exercise, experts have warned. More

23/07/2010 - Pregnancy risk for cancer survivors
Young women who survive cancer treatment may face new ordeals when they seek to have children later in life, researchers warned today. More

21/07/2010 - Midwives challenged on obesity
Midwives may not be able to solve the problems caused by growing numbers of overweight women having babies, an expert warned today. More

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