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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

02/12/2008 - Asthma link to caesarean
Growing rates of caesarean section have caused alarm - and now researchers have found a new reason for concern. More

01/12/2008 - Child epidemic warning
Britain risks epidemics of infectious diseases among its children because of low vaccination rates, experts warned as new figures showed measles cases soaring. More

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

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