A new study of peanut allergy in those aged 4-11 months has found that the majority of infants at high-risk of developing peanut allergy are protected from it by age 5 if they consume peanuts frequently.
Lincoln city centre could become the first place in the UK to ban legal highs after the council backed proposals to stop people form using them in public places.
A new survey by the eating disorder charity Beat suggests that most sufferers are trapped in a six year cycle of treatment, recovery and relapse.
More than 4,000 children in west Wales are waiting years for orthodontic treatment because a lack of money has caused a huge backlog, it has been claimed.
Earlier this year regulatory bodies agreed that goat’s milk formula could be distributed in Europe if it met with specific compositional criteria. Experienced paediatric dietitian Jacqueline Lowdon assesses the milk’s suitability as a credible alternative to cow’s milk formula for women unable to breastfeed.
England’s Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England and accident prevention organisations including the Child Accident Prevention Trust are all united in their call to ask health professionals to help them reduce the number of preventable childhood accidents in the under-5s every year. JFHC & JSH editor Penny Hosie reports.