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Mums pregnancy diet linked to atherosclerosis in offspring
Researchers at the University of Southampton say that women who reduce food intake while pregnant increase the risk of their children suffering from clogged arteries later in life. (31-07-2006)
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Contract change spells big pay cut for nursery nurses

A 25 per cent pay cut is threatening nursery nurses working for one local authority.
(22-11-2009)

Lampard and Henry score for Change4Life

A new advertising campaign launched last month to encourage parents to spend more time playing with their children, featuring top international football stars Frank Lampard and Thierry Henry.
(21-11-2009)

Children under five to be given H1N1 jab in December

Three million children under five are to be vaccinated against swine flu after a dramatic rise in serious cases in youngsters.
(21-11-2009)

Government urged to rethink tax relief on childcare vouchers

Children's secretary Ed Balls has said that the Government is 'going to listen' to concerns over its plans to scrap tax relief on childcare vouchers.
(20-11-2009)

Pregnant women in Ireland seek H1N1 vaccine

The sudden death of a pregnant woman from Dundalk has prompted anxious expectant mothers to seek the swine flu vaccine from local doctors.
(20-11-2009)

Switzerland registers first swine flu death

A baby has died of swine flu, the first fatality from the virus in Switzerland, officials in canton Basel Country have announced.
(19-11-2009)

A busy autumn for Change4Life

Over the next few weeks we focus on three of the eight Change4Life changes: sugar swaps, me size meals and 5 A DAY.
(19-11-2009)

At-risk patients urged to get Swine Flu jab

Health chiefs are urging people entitled to a swine flu vaccination to make sure they get the jab.
(18-11-2009)

Teach children to ignore junk-food advertising, say experts

Fruits, vegetables and juices were advertised in only 1.7 per cent of commercials on US children's TV, says study, but reducing junk-food advertising may not be enough.
(18-11-2009)

Piano tops list of instruments Brits want to learn to play

In the run up to Christmas, PRS for Music, the organisation that collects royalties on behalf of composers and songwriters, reveals that the piano is the instrument which the UK population would most like to learn.
(17-11-2009)

New school for autistic children to open near Cambridge in January

A pioneering new independent special school and regional services centre for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will open in January 2010 near Cambridge. Gretton School is a special school, which will cater for up to 40 children and young people aged between 5 and 19 years, with autism and Asperger Syndrome.
(16-11-2009)

Four in five payrollers do not think companies will offer childcare vouchers after removal of tax breaks, says the IPP

Four in five payroll professionals do not think organisations will continue running childcare voucher schemes after tax exemptions are abolished, according to research by the Institute of Payroll Professionals (IPP).
(15-11-2009)

Sure Start might not narrow gap between children, MPs told

The fast expansion of Sure Start Children's centres has meant that centres have not always been successful in narrowing the gap between disadvantaged children and their peers, a leading early years expert said last week.
(14-11-2009)

Being overweight during pregnancy may make delivery more difficult

Pregnant women being overweight is fast emerging as major threat for successful deliveries and the changing life style is likely to compound the problem in future, says Dr Reena Srivastava of BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur, while recently delivering Dr Meena Mukherji oration on the concluding day of the three-day 21st annual conference of UP chapter of Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society of India (FOGSI) in Banaras Hindu University.
(14-11-2009)

In United States schools not notifying paretns of swine flu cases

Chrystal Goodman is a good mother, she works hard as a CNA to help provide for her children and does everything she can to protect them — including going to great lengths to keep them from coming down with the swine flu.
(14-11-2009)


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