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Students at a high school in New Zealand consumed protein drinks containing whey concentrate which had been recalled by dairy giant Fonterra, putting them at risk of botulism.
2013/8/11
Australian doctors Friday called for the smacking of children by parents to be made illegal, saying it was too easy to blur the line between reasonable discipline and abuse.
2013/7/27
A gene scorecard may one day help predict which youngsters are likely to grow out of childhood asthma and which will have the disease in adulthood, a study said on Thursday.
2013/6/29
TMU founds first-of-its-kind cancer program
Taipei Medical University (TMU) yesterday announced its establishment of Taiwan's first pediatric oncology clinical program.
2013/6/12
As many as one-fifth of American children and teens suffer from a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression and the incidence of such ailments is rising, a study released Thursday said.
2013/5/18
Doctors on Wednesday successfully carried out life-saving surgery on an Indian baby suffering from a rare disorder that caused her head to swell to nearly double its size, her neurosurgeon told AFP.
2013/5/16
Colic may be linked to migraines: research
The distressing nonstop crying in babies with colic is often blamed on tummy trouble, but a new study says the problem could be linked with migraine headaches in at least some infants.
2013/4/18
Indian girl with swollen head needs 'miracle': father
A desperate Indian father whose young child suffers from a condition that caused her head to swell up to an enormous size said Saturday he is praying for a "miracle" to save her life.
2013/4/15
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The United Nations launched a plan Friday aimed at all but eradicating childhood deaths from diarrhea and pneumonia by 2025, in a bid to save the lives of some 2 million children every year.
2013/4/13
We know a lot about how babies learn to talk, and youngsters learn to read. Now scientists are unraveling the earliest building blocks of math -- and what children know about numbers as they begin first grade seems to play a big role in how well they do everyday calculations later on.
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