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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

14/01/2010 - Inhaler failings probed
British researchers are probing why asthma relief inhalers sometimes may make asthma worse - and what can be done about it. More

08/01/2010 - Teens ignorant of fertility threat - warning
Too many young adults are unaware of the risks of an infection that can prevent a woman having children, campaigners warned today. More

06/01/2010 - Device to slow eating may cut obesity
A device that displays a child's "gobbling" speed can help cut obesity, researchers reported today. More

04/01/2010 - Banana aid to infant health
Bananas are to play a key role in helping mothers give babies a healthy diet in a new UK campaign. More

31/12/2009 - Children susceptible to swine flu - UK study
Children and teenagers are especially susceptible to swine flu, according to new findings which help explain why the virus spread rapidly through schools. More

29/12/2009 - Swine flu - new insights
Closing schools and vaccinating children and teenagers would have been the best way to control the swine flu epidemic, researchers reported last night. More

24/12/2009 - Asthma gene offers hope
Scientists have found a new gene, which may open up a range of new treatments for childhood asthma, it was announced last night. More

22/12/2009 - Winter call to reverse fitness slide
People were urged to plan some Christmas walks today as new findings confirmed the falling fitness levels of Britain's children. More

22/12/2009 - One flu jab enough for children?
Children may need just one dose of swine flu vaccine - rather than the two which are currently recommended, researchers reported last night. More

17/12/2009 - Clamp down on teen drinks - senior doctor
Teenagers under the age of 15 should not be given any alcoholic drinks, Britain's chief medical officer said today. More

15/12/2009 - One in ten children faces obesity
About ten per cent of English children will be obese within five years, researchers claimed today. More

11/12/2009 - One third overweight at 11
Nearly one third of British pupils are overweight when they reach the age to leave primary school, according to figures published yesterday. More

10/12/2009 - Immunotherapy may be X-factor for children
Dozens of British children are to take part in an ambitious global trial of a radical new treatment for cancer of the brain funded by a charity music single, it was announced today. More

10/12/2009 - 'Harmful, unethical' - detention of immigrant children
British treatment of children of illegal immigrants is "harmful and unacceptable", a powerful group of senior clinicians say today. More

09/12/2009 - Tamiflu millions challenged
The millions spent on treating suspected swine flu patients with Tamiflu faced damning criticism from an expert analysis last night. More

09/12/2009 - Pre-birth bacteria exposure may prevent allergies
It's been thought for a long time that child-hood exposure to bacteria reduces the risk of asthma and allergy - but new findings suggest this begins in the womb. More

04/12/2009 - Measles battle on the cusp
Deaths from measles world-wide have been dramatically reduced in the last decade, according to figures published last night. More

04/12/2009 - Teenage fitness boosts success
Countries that fail to keep teenagers fit may be damaging their academic prospects, according to new findings. More

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