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Green space during childhood may improve adult mental health

Green space during childhood may improve adult mental health

According to Aarhus University, Denmark, it’s time to emphasise the need for designing green and healthy cities, not just for a sustainable future but...
Do you know the correlation between breast feeding and eczema?

Do you know the correlation between breast feeding and eczema?

According to new research, breast feeding children exclusively for the first three months of life had significantly lower odds of them experiencing eczema. Presented during...
Can computer simulators demonstrate how to reduce lung damage in children?

Can computer simulators demonstrate how to reduce lung damage in children?

According to researchers at the University of Warwick, UK, computer simulators can show how to reduce lung damage in children in intensive care. It is...
Home flooring toxins found and children carry the evidence

Home flooring toxins found and children carry the evidence

Presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, researchers found children to carry evidence of harmful substances from furniture and home flooring...
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Can dengue virus immunity protect children from Zika symptoms?

Because Zika and dengue viruses are closely related, is it possible that pre-existing dengue virus immunity could also impact the exposure to Zika symptoms...
COMPASS project set to lead new therapies for children with cancer

COMPASS project set to lead new therapies for children with cancer

The COMPASS project, guided by KiTZ, are combining molecular & microscopy-based techniques, identifying new treatment approaches for children with cancer. The Hopp Children's Cancer Center...
Child mortality: reducing death in low-income countries

Child mortality: reducing death in low-income countries

According to ISGlobal, a simple algorithm could contribute to reducing the high rates of child mortality in the month following their hospital discharge. A study...
Toxic flame retardants in car seats ignite concerns about children’s health

Toxic flame retardants in car seats ignite concerns about children’s health

Study has found toxic flame retardants in newly manufactured children's car seats, sparking concerns about children's health. According to a new study conducted by Indiana...
Rotavirus infection influenced by complex interactions in mother’s milk

Rotavirus infection influenced by complex interactions in mother’s milk

Researchers have found that the sugars and microbiome in mother's milk influence neonatal rotavirus infection. An international team of researchers from several institutions, used a...
Study shows paediatric asthma can be avoided if obesity was eliminated

Study shows paediatric asthma can be avoided if obesity was eliminated

According to research led by Nemours Children's Health System, 10% of paediatric asthma cases could be avoided if childhood obesity were eliminated. Now published in...
Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases and puberty and adolescence

Mucopolysaccharide storage diseases and puberty and adolescence

The Medical University of Vienna’s Susanne Gerit Kircher reflects on the medical progress that has allowed people affected by mucopolysaccharide storage diseases to start...
Air pollution and abnormal foetal development

Air pollution and abnormal foetal development

Recent research suggests that particles from air pollution could cause abnormal foetal development. Air pollution has long been linked to abnormal foetal development, but new...
Reducing the burden of obesity-related liver disease in children

Reducing the burden of obesity-related liver disease in children

Professor Deirdre Kelly CBE, of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, discusses what can be done to tackle the particular threat...
How is MPS Austria improving understanding of mucopolysaccharidoses?

How is MPS Austria improving understanding of mucopolysaccharidoses?

Professor Dr Dr Susanne Gerit Kircher discusses her work alongside the Austrian MPS Society towards a better understanding of mucopolysaccharidoses. Speaking to Health Europa during...
Barnardo's comments on issues with child mental health services

Barnardo’s comments on issues with child mental health services

Barnardo’s has responded to the governments reaction to a consultation on a Green Paper, saying it is “disappointed” in the failure to address major...
Strong rise in number of children given antidepressant prescriptions

Strong rise in number of children given antidepressant prescriptions

The number of children in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland being give antidepressant prescriptions has seen a substantial increase over the last three years,...
Make Patients Smile: the MPS Austria Therapy Week mission

Make Patients Smile: the MPS Austria Therapy Week mission

Continuing its coverage of the MPS Austria Therapy Week, Health Europa speaks to childcare organiser Anna Prähofer about how the event has evolved since...
New gene therapy could treat children with Hunter disease

New gene therapy could treat children with Hunter disease

A new stem cell gene therapy approach has been developed by a team at the University of Manchester, UK, which could help treat children...
Coeliac disease in children – a call to arms

Coeliac disease in children – a call to arms

Cases of coeliac disease in children continue to rise – and continue to go undetected across Europe. AOECS and ESPGHAN are campaigning to change...
Cells working together fuel aggressive childhood brain tumour

Cells working together fuel aggressive childhood brain tumour

Cancerous cells in an aggressive type of childhood brain tumour have been discovered working together to infiltrate the brain, which could lead to much-needed...

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