The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 116 : September 2014
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Cosmetics blamed for raised child asthma risk
Phthalates in cosmetics used by mothers-to-be may increase the risk of asthma in their children.
Sheepskin pram liners may 'reduce risk of asthma'
On the other hand, babies who sleep on animal fur are almost 80 per cent less likely to develop asthma, a study has found.
Children's eating patterns seem set in infancy
Children who donít eat fruits and vegetables as babies are less likely to eat the healthy foods at age six, according to a new series of studies in America.
Early autism intervention speeds infant development
A pilot study suggests that it is possible to accelerate the development of children with symptoms of autism - even those as young as 6 months old
E-cigs refills 'threat to children'
Parents need to keep electronic cigarette refills away from young children because of the risk of poisoning. Doctors issued the warning after a two-year-old girl accidentally licked some of the liquid. The infant recovered, but high doses of nicotine can be lethal.
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