Our Be Well magazine displays articles from across a range of health and well-being topics, including specialist expert articles interpreting latest medical advances and research from The Lancet.
A young couple's baby was given the MMR jab by mistake "potentially putting her life at risk", The Daily Telegraph website reports misleadingly.
A new study has revealed that strict parenting increases the risk that children will use drugs and alcohol.
“’Super-mums’ … may be more likely to suffer from depression, researchers say,” the Mail Online reports.
It is thought that children’s brains may be more susceptible to the potential health risks of mobile phone use because they are still developing.
"More women should give birth at home, advice suggests," reports The Guardian...
"Newborn babies to be tested for rare diseases," reports BBC News online. The news is based on an announcement by the UK's National Screening Committee (NSC)…
“Breastfeeding DOES cut the risk of asthma, says landmark study of 250,000 babies over 30 years,” the Mail Online reports.
According to new figures, maternal deaths across the world have fallen by 45 percent since 1990.
PHE has said that cases among infants have seen the greatest drop, but the infection is circulating.