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05/03/2010 - Are UK children getting slimmer?
The British government should not be claiming success in the fight against childhood obesity, campaigners said yesterday. More

01/03/2010 - Milk and egg allergy treatment hope
Giving children tiny amounts of substances such as egg and milk can successfully help treat allergies, a conference was told yesterday. More

25/02/2010 - School exercise can boost kids' fitness
Structured physical activity programmes in school can improve fitness and reduce body fat in children, researchers said yesterday. More

24/02/2010 - Test-tube baby risks investigated
So-called test-tube baby treatment can make a massive difference to couples seeking to have children - but two new studies published today highlight the risks. More

22/02/2010 - Peanut allergy trial planned
British researchers are to embark on a major trial of a new treatment for peanut allergy - which can pose a major threat. More

19/02/2010 - Child cancer alert from Iraq troubles
Children in southern Iraq have faced a massively increased risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported yesterday. More

15/02/2010 - Herb warning as vaccine offers ragweed hope
People with asthma should not rely on herbal remedies, experts have warned. More

15/02/2010 - Baby antibiotic warning
New guidance was issued to hospitals today in a bid to stem a raft of incidents involving an antibiotic given to new-born babies. More

10/02/2010 - Milk in pregnancy may prevent brain disease
Women who drink milk during pregnancy may help their children avoid contracting multiple sclerosis, researchers will tell a conference. More

09/02/2010 - Fish good and gadgets not bad for brain
Video games and mobile phones are not causing an epidemic of headaches among teenagers, researchers claimed today. More

09/02/2010 - DJ heads campaign against noise risk
A well known DJ is fronting a campaign to encourage people to listen to less loud music - and cut the risk to hearing, it was announced yesterday. More

05/02/2010 - Greatness link to ADHD
Many of the great people of history would have been branded as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a conference heard yesterday. More

05/02/2010 - Articial organ hope for diabetes
Children with diabetes may eventually be given artificial organs to manage their insulin, researchers reported today. More

03/02/2010 - Top grades linked to mood swing disorder
The most academically successful young people face massive risks of developing mental health problems caused by mood swings between depression and euphoria, researchers reported today. More

01/02/2010 - Billions pledged for vaccines
PC profits are to be ploughed into the development of vaccines against diseases which kill millions of children around the world, it has been announced. More

28/01/2010 - Teen bingeing risks health - warning
Many young teenagers are moving into "dangerous territory" in their drinking habits, experts said today as new figures showed the problem is worst in the north-east of England. More

27/01/2010 - Children's allergies often not seen in tests
Not all toddlers with allergies will continue to have the problem into adulthood, experts say. More

22/01/2010 - Welcome for Dads' Guide
Parent and midwife groups welcomed plans, published yesterday, to boost support for families, including an official guide for fathers. More

21/01/2010 - Swine flu infected thousands of children in UK - study
Only about one in ten of the children infected with swine flu were identified during the peak of the outbreak in Britain last summer, researchers reported today. More

19/01/2010 - Children's ward drug errors warning
One in five drug prescriptions in children's wards may be administered wrongly by nurses, researchers warned today. More

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