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Children with Tourette syndrome could benefit from behavioural therapy to reduce their symptoms, according to a new brain imaging study.
New research shows that expectant mothers who are exposed to secondhand smoke may have an increased risk of having a child with birth defects or who is stillborn.
A breakthrough by scientists at The University of Nottingham could provide hope for any allergy sufferers who have ever had to choose between their health and their household pet.
Pregnant non-smokers who breathe in the second-hand smoke of other people are at an increased risk of delivering stillborn babies or babies with defects.
Children who are taught how to think and act like scientists develop a clearer understanding of the subject, a study has shown.
Sexuality and religion are generally considered uncomfortable bedfellows.
The first study of its kind in the world â€” involving 336 children aged between six months and 16 years old â€” has shown that installing a water softener for three months brings no additional relief for eczema sufferers.
At least one in five horses used for leisure are overweight or obese.
You are six times more likely to end up at the doctors with an acute respiratory infection (ARI) if you have recently used a bus or tram â€” but those who use buses or trams daily might well be somewhat protected compared with more occasional users.