"Bath oils used to help treat eczema in children offer no meaningful benefit as part of their care, a trial has found," reports BBC News.
"British women are woefully unprepared for pregnancy because they're living unhealthy lifestyles, new research has found," reports the Metro.
"Pregnant women who take painkillers could be harming the fertility of their unborn sons," states the Mail Online's report on a new study about the potential effects of exposure to painkillers during pregnancy.
"Women who jog while expecting are not more likely to have babies born prematurely or of a low birth weight, according to the largest study of its kind," reports the Mail Online.
"Children who tried e-cigarettes are 12 times more likely to start smoking tobacco," is the hard-hitting headline from the Mail Online.
"Fish oil supplements and probiotic yoghurts during pregnancy may decrease children's risk of developing allergies," reports The Independent.
Autism blood discovery promises earlier tests and treatment
"Breast milk is 'no better for a baby than bottled milk' and it increases the risk of asthma, expert claims," reports the Mail Online. The news comes from a large US study of children aged 4 to 14 looking at whether breastfeeding is associated with…
"Plastic used in some secondhand toys could pose a health risk for children as they don't meet the most up-to-date safety guidelines, a study has found," BBC News reports.