Child health News
Chemicals found in common plastics could cause high blood pressure in children, according to a new study.
Consultation over the biggest shake-up of health services in South Wales for decades is due to start today.
Experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have said air travel poses ‘no significant risk’ to pregnant women and their unborn
Plans for major changes to the way some specialist hospital care is delivered in south Wales will be unveiled later.
A study by University College London has found that eating disorders are growing twice as fast among men and boys as among women and girls
Women giving birth in NHS hospitals are turning to private midwives to ‘top up’ their care.
More than 50,000 people have received the MMR vaccination in the past two months following the measles outbreak in Swansea, health officials have said
A report has attacked a series of coalition policies which it says threaten to have profoundly deleterious effects on the lives of children.
More should be done to stop high caffeine energy drinks being targeted at children, an assembly member says.
Psychiatrists have begun a £5m study of the adolescent brain to pinpoint changes in the way it is wired.