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Heart attack patients dying from stiff upper lip
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) says that thousands of people may be dying unnecessarily because they ignore the first symptoms of heart attack. (20-11-2006)
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More free PVI nursery places under threat

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that more than 1,900 childcare places could be lost from private, voluntary and independent nurseries in the next six months, a survey by the Save Our Nurseries campaign suggests. 
(21-03-2011)

Orthorexia: Worries about 'healthy eating' disorder

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that whilst most of us try to eat a healthy, balanced diet one of the UK's biggest eating disorder groups says an increasing number of young people could be taking it to the extreme.   
(21-03-2011)

Simplifying children’s nutritional needs- with cheese!

www.Grub4Life.org.uk Reports that the British Cheese Board has surveyed over 1,000 parents of children under the age of 16, and that they are overwhelmingly confused as to what they should be feeding their kids.
(18-03-2011)

New fertility technique to be assessed by regulator

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has asked the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority to assess a controversial fertility treatment. 
(18-03-2011)

Qualifications row for Montessori and Steiner over level 3 Diploma goes on

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the row over the future of Montessori and Steiner qualifications remains unresolved following a meeting between CWDC and Department for Education officials and representatives from awarding bodies and training providers. 
(17-03-2011)

Health trusts suspend IVF funding

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that around 10 per cent of English health authorities have stopped funding IVF treatment to save money, according to new research. 
(17-03-2011)

Advisors to scrutinise early years qualifications and training

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the Department for Education's early years steering group is to look at whether sector qualifications are 'fit for purpose'. 
(16-03-2011)

Breastfed babies 'more intelligent'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that breastfeeding your baby gives them a headstart in the classroom, according to research showing that it raises a child's IQ. 
(16-03-2011)

The Future of Fine Cuisine is in the Hands of UK Kids!

www.grub4life.org.uk Reports that recent studies show a surge of discrimination present within UK children and adolescents…it their taste buds that is! With the rise of popularity of cooking shows, with 15% of children choosing to watching cooking programmes after their cartoons, early interest in flavourings and recipes is taking the younger population by storm.
(15-03-2011)

Under-fives use internet half an hour a day

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that almost three-quarters of children under five regularly use the internet, spending an average of 30 minutes online every day, research by Plymouth council has found. 
(15-03-2011)

Mums Dine for Free at The Chesterfield this Mother’s Day!

Mum’s the word this year at The Chesterfield!
(15-03-2011)

Child, 3, treated for alcoholism at British hospital

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a three-year-old has become the youngest child in Britain to be treated for alcoholism. 
(15-03-2011)

Cuts of £50 per child made to children's centres

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that Sure Start and childcare funding is being cut by an average of £50 per child over the next financial year, according to new research, with some of the poorest areas of the country facing the biggest cuts. 
(14-03-2011)

Passive smoking increases stillbirth risk, says study

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that fathers who smoke should be aware of the danger they pose to their unborn child, experts say. 
(14-03-2011)

Scientists claim peanut allergy 'gene flaw' link

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a gene defect that can triple the risk of a child developing an allergy to peanuts has been identified, scientists have said. 
(13-03-2011)


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