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Syria is a campaign emergency vaccination to protect children against measles and polio

Saturday, 8 December, 2012

London – Syria is a campaign emergency vaccination to protect children against measles and polio, a disease that can spread rapidly and sometimes with fatal results – especially in case of conflict and migration. This campaign – which aims to reach 1.4 million children – had to face difficult challenges: the main roads were blocked […]

Me, My Dad and His Kidney wins BAFTA

Wednesday, 28 November, 2012

London – A documentary that followed nine-year-old Raphael Havard as he prepared for, and underwent, a kidney transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital has won a BAFTA. Me, My Dad and His Kidney was filmed for CBBC’s My Life documentary series by Nine Lives Media. The programme told the story of how Raphael had developed […]

The ‘Children’s Day’

Friday, 23 November, 2012

London – Reflect with this shocking video to the “World Day of the Child” The violence that many children suffer we urge the adult world – the family, the school, now the powerful men of the world – a clear commitment to protect the Children from all abuses and to give them the opportunity to […]

Breakfast

Friday, 6 July, 2012

London – The breakfast is one of the most important meal of the day. This is because they spend many hours without power during nighttime sleep. As young adults and the baby also needs to support energy, which must include all food substances, especially glucose, minerals and vitamins. Childhood is important in the first wake […]

Even in summer the children will have coughs and colds.

Friday, 6 July, 2012

Even in summer the children will have coughs and colds. The most common causes are viruses. For the children, as in cold weather, infection occurs by contact with other family members or, in kindergarten or play groups. The hands are through very often, as the child touches his nose and mouth. The appearance of a […]

Infants at risk for trauma mothers during pregnancy

Thursday, 5 July, 2012

London – Medical scientific advisory Prof.Giovanni Serra, Neonatology Hospital Gaslini in Genoa It happens that some women are mistreated, abused and beaten during pregnancy. And this happens very often within families. But violence on pregnant women, can have consequences on the same woman or the fetus. In these cases, the organs most affected are the […]

State of the art in Image Guided Radiotherapy

Monday, 18 June, 2012

Pisa (Italy) – Recently, the advent of high-quality on-board imaging technology on radiotherapy equipment, coupled with tracking and gating technologies during treatment delivery, have fulfilled the goal of image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT). This has dramatically improved precision in tumour targeting and finally enabled reduction of safety margins around the target. The near complete removal of normal […]

In the UK there is a child who can only eat potatoes

Tuesday, 5 June, 2012

London – In the UK there is a child who can only eat potatoes. He is 19 months old, and suffers from eosinophilic gastroenteritis, a serious disease that affects the stomach and intestines and cause abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss. Born with a birth went without complications, the baby has experienced particularly difficult […]

Start today

Tuesday, 29 May, 2012

London – Start today the publication of this new online magazine of Italynews Ltd. Is dedicated to a newborn child, Dionisio, which will grow in the coming weeks. The mother was the first person to see infancy.italynews.org.uk. Is dedicated to all babies in the world and their parents. We hope to be useful. Riccardo Cacelli