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27/11/2009 - Doubts over swine flu trends
It is "too early" to say whether the swine flu outbreak has reached its peak in northern countries, an expert said yesterday. More

24/11/2009 - Reality check on child fitness
British families are out of touch with reality when it comes to the fitness of children, campaigners claimed yesterday. More

24/11/2009 - Skin bugs may fight allergy
Scientists may have identified bacteria that could help treat skin conditions caused by allergy and inflammation. More

20/11/2009 - Infants to get swine flu vaccine
Pre-school children and infants in Britain are to get the swine flu vaccine, it was announced last night. More

13/11/2009 - Child risk from sunbeds warning
Rates of sunbed use among children are surprisingly high, campaigners warned today. More

05/11/2009 - Pregnancy vitamin link to asthma claim
Researchers say they have found a link between the folic acid supplements that women take in pregnancy and rising rates of asthma. More

05/11/2009 - Plea for neo-natal care cash
Professional organisations called for cash yesterday to back up new guidance for the care of new-born babies who need special care. More

04/11/2009 - When boys should get HPV cancer vaccine
Some countries may need to include boys in cervical cancer vaccination programmes to ensure its effectiveness, an expert says today. More

03/11/2009 - Vaccine protects pregnant as flu epidemic hits new country
A swine flu vaccine works well with pregnant women - a key risk group in the pandemic - after just one dose, researchers reported last night. More

02/11/2009 - Mums need support for teething problems - NHS
New mothers suddenly find themselves adrift about five months after giving birth, according to an analysis published today. More

30/10/2009 - Allergic reaction does not rule out future vaccines
Experts say that children who have an allergic reaction to one vaccine should be examined and might be able to have other vaccines. More

29/10/2009 - Plea for support for bereaved mothers
Campaigners call today for British hospitals to offer specialist bereavement help to women struck by the tragedy of losing a baby. More

27/10/2009 - Cervical cancer vaccine may deter early sex
The new cervical cancer vaccine is not encourage young women to have sex - in fact it is deterring them, researchers report today. More

27/10/2009 - Rise in Down's syndrome diagnoses
Growing numbers of babies with Down's syndrome are being identified during pregnancy in Britain, researchers report today. More

26/10/2009 - Gene therapy brings sight to blind
A gene therapy has successfully been used to restore sight to a blind child, it has been announced. More

23/10/2009 - Flu surge threatens critical care
The number of cases of suspected flu in Britain doubled last week - with the greatest spread among school-aged children, according to estimates released yesterday. More

22/10/2009 - Plea to build on child vaccine successes
More than 100 million children worldwide are getting vaccinations - contributing to a steep decline in measles cases, international agencies reported last night. More

15/10/2009 - Handwashing day highlights global hygiene pleas
Shame may play a key role in improving hygiene and preventing infection, British experts said today - designated Global Handwashing Day by campaigners. More

14/10/2009 - New co-sleeping link to cot death
Sleeping with babies is now one of the key risks that can lead to cot death, British experts warned today. More

14/10/2009 - Asthma linked to low birth weight and early birth
There is a clear link between low birth weight and the chance of developing asthma, says new research. More

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