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17/06/2010 - Call for car smoking ban
Most parents would back a ban on smoking in cars with children present, campaigners said yesterday. More

14/06/2010 - Test-tube baby malformation risk
Babies born through test-tube baby treatments face an increased risk of suffering from malformations, researchers warned today. More

10/06/2010 - Midwives warn on Caesareans
Children born just a few days prematurely may be at risk of having educational problems, according to a study in Scotland. More

09/06/2010 - Hay fever exam hazard alarms specialists
Teenagers who suffer from hay fever are massively disadvantaged during the exam season, doctors warned today. More

03/06/2010 - Burger link to asthma
Children who eat too many burgers may be placed at risk of developing asthma, researchers warned today. More

28/05/2010 - Split virus wins flu vaccine battle
The two vaccines used to protect British children against swine flu had very different effects, according to an analysis published today. More

27/05/2010 - Baby brain-cooling wins approval
A technique which uses rapid cooling to save new-born babies from brain damage wins official endorsement in the UK today. More

26/05/2010 - Help for unblocking children
Doctors can do more to help children with constipation, according to official guidelines published today. More

25/05/2010 - Allergy tests may help prevention
Researchers say they are developing powerful new tests for allergies, enabling earlier and more precise detection, it has been announced. More

24/05/2010 - UK slumps in child survival league
Britain has the worst child death rate in western Europe, according to shock figures published last night. More

19/05/2010 - New jaundice guidelines urge care
Babies with jaundice need to undergo proper testing to ensure their health is not at risk, NHS advisers said today. More

19/05/2010 - Problems of blood pressure drugs in pregnancy
Common drugs used to treat high blood pressure in pregnancy may affect a child's future health, researchers warned today. More

14/05/2010 - Acid blood clue to baby risk
Babies born with acidic blood in the umbilical cord need extra surveillance, doctors warned today. More

13/05/2010 - A spoonful of sugar helps...
Mary Poppins sang it in the children's classic - and now experts say it is true: a spoonful of sugar does help the medicine go down. More

12/05/2010 - Food allergy research lacking
Researchers need to find treatments to cure food allergies, according to a major analysis published last night. More

11/05/2010 - Swimming babies lead in life
Babies who are taught to swim grow up with improved balance and catching ability, researchers say. More

11/05/2010 - Global baby care call
The world needs to improve the care of new-born babies to reduce the toll of child deaths, the World Health Organisation warns today. More

10/05/2010 - Premature birth may affect pain response
Medical interventions may make it hard for premature babies to tolerate pain as they grow older, researchers warned today. More

10/05/2010 - Alcohol in pregnancy linked to childhood leukemia
New research has linked drinking alcohol in pregnancy with an increased risk of children developing blood cancer. More

03/05/2010 - Child medicine shortage highlighted
A new global guide to children's medicines has highlighted shortages in many common diseases. More

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