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28/11/2008 - Whooping cough threat to unvaccinated
Tough measures to prevent infection may be the only effective way to protect unimmunised infants from catching whooping cough, experts warned today, revealing details of two tragic deaths. More

25/11/2008 - Depression drugs damage baby heart
Taking anti-depressant drugs in the early stages of pregnancy may damage the heart of the unborn child, researchers warned yesterday. More

21/11/2008 - Asthma risk for autumn babies
Asthma rates are significantly higher for babies born in the autumn, according to new research. More

14/11/2008 - Children still not getting their five a day
New figures show that many children in the UK are still not managing to eat five pieces of fruit and veg a day. More

11/11/2008 - Breast-feeding boosts lung power
Babies who are breast-fed for at least four months develop healthier lungs, British researchers reported yesterday. More

11/11/2008 - Slim down Britain campaign launched
A nationwide campaign to boost healthy eating and reduce obesity was launched today by the British government amidst a host of newly disturbing facts and figures. More

29/10/2008 - Severe rice allergy on the increase
New research suggests that rice may trigger a serious allergic condition in some children. More

28/10/2008 - Child risk from super-bugs
Sick children may be at greater risk from hospital super-bugs than has previously been thought, according to a leading British expert. More

28/10/2008 - Infant infection risks joints
Children who succumb to a serious infection in infancy are at risk of going on to develop arthritis early in their adult lives, researchers warned today. More

24/10/2008 - Serious rise in children with food allergies
Millions of children around the world are likely to be suffering from food allergies, according to newly-released figures. More

17/10/2008 - Researchers back breastfeeding to avoid asthma
New findings reinforce the benefits of breast-feeding in helping to prevent allergic diseases in children. More

07/10/2008 - Fans save babies
Using an electric fan can help save a baby dying from cot death, researchers reported last night. More

03/10/2008 - Early introduction of fish cuts eczema rate in infants
Infants who eat fish in the first nine months of life seem to be protected against developing the allergic skin disease, eczema, researchers have reported. More

03/10/2008 - Children's long-term care under the spotlight
Proposals to boost continuing care for children with complex, long-term health needs were published yesterday. More

03/10/2008 - Hay fever linked to facial pain
Researchers have found that children who suffer from hay fever are also more likely to experience headaches, facial pain and ear aches. More

19/09/2008 - Health visitor shortage "dangerous"
Hard pressed health visitors fear Britain could be heading for "another Victoria Climbie" case because of staff shortages, according to a survey published yesterday. More

19/09/2008 - Possible link between folic acid and childhood asthma
Pregnant women may be influencing their children's risk of developing asthma and allergy by taking folic acid supplements, researchers warned today. More

19/09/2008 - Hay fever link to adult asthma
Children who suffer from hay fever faced an increased risk of developing asthma as adults, researchers warned today. More

18/09/2008 - 'Safe' tan with UV impossible: study
People aged below 18 years should be banned from using indoor tanning beds, experts warned today. More

12/09/2008 - Renew focus on child mortality - call
New figures on global child mortality show a continuing inequality between rich and poor countries. More

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