According to new research, diabetes in children is more likely to occur if the mother of the child experienced maternal gestational diabetes.
Regular physical activity has proven particularly important for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) who, in general, experience poorer physical health outcomes than other children.
According to a new study, some babies born preterm without an important blood protein, haptoglobin, could be at greater risk of brain bleeding, cerebral palsy and/or death.
With Autism Awareness Week upon us, the National Autistic Society (NAS) aims to raise awareness of the condition and ultimately help those with autism.
This week is Autism awareness week and with Easter holidays round the corner, experts have published tips to make the holidays and traveling less stressful.
A recent study has revealed that young boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) have a higher rate of bone fractures than children without the muscle wasting condition. Fractures are more likely to occur in lower limbs and consequently decrease a…
Environmental exposure to pesticides, both before birth and during the first year of life, has been linked to an increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorder, according to the largest epidemiological study to date on the connection.
This year, the Special Olympics are being held in Abu Dhabi, where athletes compete across more than 30 individual and team sports.
A drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) called Vamorolone, has been tested for giving the benefits of two already established therapies called Prednisone and Eplerenone. The new drug in question provides less side effects as an animal study has concluded.
The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) conducted an analysis to determine how deaf children were performing in school.