“Women are more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis later in life if they were heavy at birth,” reported The Guardian. The newspaper reported that a major study
“Children born to women who are depressed during pregnancy are more likely to suffer significant delays in their development,” The Daily Mail reported. It said a
The Guardian reports that “alternative tests for children's food allergies – such as hair analysis or muscle weakness – must be avoided because there is little evidence they work.” The advice comes from new guidelines from the National Institute...
“Low levels of the stress hormone cortisol marks out children at higher risk of developing chronic fatigue syndrome as adults,” reported the BBC today. It said that
“Babies feel more pain than doctors realise,” reported The Daily Telegraph. The newspaper said that a study has found that the pain experienced by babies is underestimated
“Planned caesareans linked to breathing difficulties” the headline in The Guardian states. The newspaper added that babies "born through a planned caesarean
Article examining research that looked at the finger lengths of children conceived with a form of IVF called ICSI
Article on news coverage of study that looked at the interaction of genes and the environment in the development of eczema.
"Children should get their teeth brushed at school, says NHS watchdog," The Daily Telegraph reports. The new guidelines have been welcomed by some, but others have accused the watchdog of acting like a "supernanny state"...