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11/09/2009 - Call to limit preventable early death
Dangerous driving is one of the main killers of young people worldwide, experts warn today. More

10/09/2009 - Distressed mothers linked to child obesity
New research has found a link between psychological distress in mothers and obesity in their children. More

09/09/2009 - No allergy benefit from daycare
Children who attend day-care may not gain long-term protection against asthma and allergy as a result of socialising, researchers have said. More

09/09/2009 - Social divide hits teen health
Today's British teenagers have a wide range of concerns, from losing weight to alcohol - but are divided by income, according to findings published today. More

03/09/2009 - Surge in child obesity drugs
Rising rates of child obesity have led to hundreds of children receiving drugs that should only be given to adults, experts warned today. More

02/09/2009 - Birth drugs may discourage breast-feeding
Women who receive large quantities of drugs during labour are less likely than others to breast-feed, researchers report today. More

28/08/2009 - Cot deaths highest for young single mums
Cot death numbers in England and Wales are falling - but single, teenaged mums are at high risk, according to a new analysis. More

27/08/2009 - World's poor targeted by tobacco
The world's poorest countries are being deliberately targeted by the tobacco industry, resulting in millions of preventable deaths, it was alleged yesterday. More

27/08/2009 - Teen cancer sufferers enjoy improved survival
Teenagers and young adults diagnosed with blood-related cancers today have better long-term survival rates than those who were diagnosed in the 1980s, US researchers have found. More

26/08/2009 - Nurses testing peanut allergy cure
Nurses have been talking of their role in a ground-breaking programme to desensitise children who are allergic to peanuts. More

25/08/2009 - Contagion study to beat swine flu spread
British researchers want to find out how contagious swine flu is - to pin down ways of preventing its spread. More

21/08/2009 - Swimming aids asthma children
Taking up swimming may offer children with asthma many benefits, doctors have reported. More

11/08/2009 - Doubts on anti-flu drugs
The antiviral drugs being used to stem the spread of swine flu are probably having limited effect, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/08/2009 - Steroids sooth sore throat
A single dose of a steroid treatment may be the answer to problems of severe sore throat, researchers have reported. More

03/08/2009 - Children can be taught resuscitation
Researchers have found that children as young as nine years old can "successfully and effectively" learn basic life support skills. More

28/07/2009 - Dairy not so bad - new findings
For decades diets high in milk and cheese have been castigated as 'unhealthy' - but new findings today cast doubt on this. More

27/07/2009 - Top food allergy culprits named
A top US allergy expert has outlined eight foods that cause 90 per cent of all childhood food allergies. More

14/07/2009 - Bottle-feeding "neglected"
Efforts to increase breast-feeding rates are leaving many mothers ill-equipped when they seek to use bottles, an expert claimed today. More

14/07/2009 - Parents key to childhood obesity
Gender may be a key factor in families influencing whether children over-eat or not, British researchers have reported. More

30/06/2009 - Caesarean birth may affect immune system
Birth by Caesarean section leads to genetic changes that may affect a baby's future health, researchers warned yesterday. More

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