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25/02/2009 - Teenage obesity as dangerous as smoking
Obese teenagers suffer as much damage to their health as someone who smokes ten cigarettes a day, researchers claimed today. More

24/02/2009 - Baby's allergen exposure may trigger asthma
Exposure to high levels of fungal spores and pollen after birth may increase a child's risk of developing asthma, researchers reported today. More

23/02/2009 - Inflammation is a clue to ideal asthma therapy
Patients with asthma benefit from careful monitoring of their airway inflammation, experts say. More

19/02/2009 - Teenagers clash with parents over smoking
Teenagers may hold the key to persuading their parents to give up smoking, according to a new campaign by the British government. More

18/02/2009 - Study tests water softeners for eczema
A new study has been launched to discover whether using water softeners can relieve children's eczema. More

06/02/2009 - Genes link Vitamin D and sunlight to MS
Taking vitamin D during pregnancy may be important in lowering the risk of a child developing multiple sclerosis, according to a genetic study published yesterday. More

23/01/2009 - Pollen tablets can alleviate hay fever
Children who suffer from hay fever may benefit from taking a grass pollen tablet every day. More

20/01/2009 - Baby medicines may 'harm'
Babies who receive medicines may be overdosing on harmful chemicals, including alcohol, experts claimed today. More

16/01/2009 - Probiotics cannot prevent allergy in young children
Giving probiotics to pregnant women and their babies is unlikely to help prevent allergies, experts say. More

12/01/2009 - Gene linked to childhood greed
Children are sometimes said to have "eyes bigger than their tummies" - and now scientists have found a gene that may explain the phenomenon. More

09/01/2009 - Should new-borns be screened for heart conditions?
New-born babies could undergo routine screening for life-threatening congenital heart disease, doctors claimed today. More

07/01/2009 - Low vaccination rates jeopardise measles elimination
Hopes of eliminating measles in Europe by 2010 may not be realised, European experts warned today. More

29/12/2008 - Binge-drinking campaigns face social networking sites
Young people who indulge in binge drinking tend to see the health effects as only "short term", researchers claimed yesterday. More

19/12/2008 - Milk scandal damage limited
A recent scandal involving melamine in milk and infant formula is unlikely to have a widespread health impact in the territory of Hong Kong, according to a new analysis. More

15/12/2008 - Drug hope for prem lungs
Drugs that already exist may hold the key to boosting lung development in premature babies, British researchers have reported. More

11/12/2008 - Women suffer from family living
Living with the in-laws may be harmful for a woman, researchers warn today. More

11/12/2008 - How a warm-up can prevent sports injuries
A specially-designed warm-up programme can cut sports injuries dramatically, say researchers. More

10/12/2008 - Nut avoidance reaching 'hysterical' levels
Fear of nut allergies is creating "mass hysteria", according to an expert today. More

08/12/2008 - New gene links to obesity
People who have trouble sleeping may face an in-built risk of developing diabetes, British researchers reported last night. More

03/12/2008 - Cervical cancer vaccine deemed safe
Serious reactions to the new human papillomavirus vaccine are rare, experts have found. More

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