An end to the flu Oral spray 'kills 99.9% of infectious airborne germs' Halo Oral Antiseptic has been found to be 99.9 per cent effective in killing infectious airborne germsSpray protects from any germs breathed in for six hours | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 10 September 2012 The influenza season is a thorn in the side of both employees and employers alike.
I just don”t know what to feel! Adorable video shows baby going through every emotion in just 60 seconds. It”s well known that babies have difficulty controlling their emotions.
Measles cases 'double in a year' following two major outbreaks There are ongoing serious outbreaks in Merseyside and SussexSmall number of cases in travelling communities | UPDATED: 16:23 GMT, 24 August 2012 The number of cases of measles has almost doubled in the past year following two major outbreaks, health officials have revealed.
A drink a day for pregnant women 'will NOT harm unborn baby's development' | UPDATED: 00:34 GMT, 20 June 2012 The study is the first significant evidence that occasional binge drinking in the early stages of pregnancy will not harm a baby Drinking alcohol while trying to conceive or in early pregnancy – even the occasional binge – will not harm the baby’s development, research has claimed.
Definitely don”t try this at home: Heart-stopping video collection of the most terrifying brushes with deathLucky survivors escape death by train, plane, snow plough and crocodile
Hope for my daughter: Doctors reverse rare autism disorder in mice that robs girls of their speech and movement Rett Syndrome affects one in 10,000 girls.
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Autistic children encouraged to find their 'inner voice' may cope better with daily life, finds study Autistic children find it difficult to develop inner speech skills which could explain why they display some repetitive behaviours Difficulty: Poor communication skills are a core feature of autism spectrum disorder (model) Teaching children with autism to 'talk things through' in their heads may help them solve tricky day-to-day tasks and could increase the chances of them living independent lives when they grow up, say scientists.
Has your child got Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome New condition “makes children unable to cope with ANY demand” All parents will be familiar with the frustration of trying to pacify a disobedient toddler from time to time. However, doctors have discovered some children have a condition which means they are unable to cope with any sort of demand. Little is know about Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) at present, but experts believe the reported numbers of sufferers is just the tip of the iceberg, in a report by The Times