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'A children's crisis': now 80% of all kids in Yemen are in need - The Guardian

The Guardian'A children's crisis': now 80% of all kids in Yemen are in needThe GuardianThe impact of war and hunger on the country's 12.5 million young people has been compounded by what the directors of the World Health Organization, the UN Children's Fund and the World Food Programme described in a joint statement as “the world's ...Yemen's severely starved children now threatened by world's worst cholera outbreakITV NewsUN says 80 percent of Yemeni children need humanitarian aidABC NewsYemeni children are trapped in “worst humanitarian disaster in modern history”VICE NewsUN News Centreall 104 news articles »
(27-07-2017)

Lack of beds forces mentally ill children into adult wards - National Health Executive

Lack of beds forces mentally ill children into adult wardsNational Health ExecutiveMajor concern has been raised about the declining quality of mental health services for children and young people, as it was revealed that overcrowding on children's wards had led to under-18s spending 2,700 days in adult wards in two months. In a ...
(27-07-2017)

Prestigious award for children's anaesthetist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressPrestigious award for children's anaesthetist at Norfolk and Norwich University HospitalNorfolk Eastern Daily PressPrestigious award for children's anaesthetist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. PUBLISHED: 14:56 27 July 2017 | UPDATED: 14:56 27 July 2017. Emma Knights. Kathy Wilkinson, a paediatric anaesthetist at NNUH, has been awarded honorary ...and more »
(27-07-2017)

My son died of sepsis. He'd still be alive if I'd known what it was - The Guardian

The GuardianMy son died of sepsis. He'd still be alive if I'd known what it wasThe GuardianWe met the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, and talked about the problems we experienced and what would stop the same mistakes happening to another child. We asked that parents should have the choice to vaccinate their children against flu. We wanted ...
(27-07-2017)

Deprived children twice as likely to be obese - BBC News

BBC NewsDeprived children twice as likely to be obeseBBC NewsThe rate of children starting school in danger of becoming obese was 7% in the most affluent areas, but nearly double that at 13% for the least wealthy. Overall, NHS Health Scotland said that 29% of women and 28% of men aged 18-64 in Scotland were ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Sugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets' - BBC News

BBC NewsSugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets'BBC NewsThe Local Government Association (LGA) says the government needs to find "genuinely new money" to meet its funding pledges to schools in England. Ministers insist money raised from a sugar tax on soft drinks will be spent on improving child health.and more »
(26-07-2017)

Tories accused of 'hijacking' child obesity fund to plug gaps in the ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTories accused of 'hijacking' child obesity fund to plug gaps in the ...Mirror.co.ukCouncil leaders have accused the Tories of 'hijacking' funds to tackle child obesity to plug the hole in the schools budget. The town hall chiefs claim Education ...Sugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets' - BBC NewsBBC NewsCouncils attack ministers' plans to raid healthy pupil funds - The i ...iNewsUsing sugar tax to plug gap in school funding is perverse, say ...The Guardianall 4 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

Tories accused of 'hijacking' child obesity fund to plug gaps in the schools budget - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTories accused of 'hijacking' child obesity fund to plug gaps in the schools budgetMirror.co.uk“Our Soft Drinks Industry Levy will raise an estimated £775million by 2020 and has led to soft drinks companies cutting sugar levels in their products – every penny of England's share of that money will be spent on improving child health, including ...Sugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets'BBC NewsUsing sugar tax to plug gap in school funding is perverse, say councilsThe Guardianall 4 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

Using sugar tax to plug gap in school funding is perverse, say councils - The Guardian

The GuardianUsing sugar tax to plug gap in school funding is perverse, say councilsThe GuardianFears have been raised that the sugar tax, earmarked to invest in children's sports and healthy eating programmes from April 2018, could be diverted to plug holes in education funding. Local council leaders have said the government must find new funds ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Optometrists Urge Families to Prioritize Their Children's Health with Annual Eye Exams - PharmiWeb.com (press release)

Optometrists Urge Families to Prioritize Their Children's Health with Annual Eye ExamsPharmiWeb.com (press release)The guideline, based on a three-year systematic review of the latest research, put comprehensive eye exams on par with other annual health examinations for children. Evidence now supports that children ages 6 to 18 years should receive a comprehensive ...
(26-07-2017)

Angelina Jolie talks divorce, health in new interview - CNN

PEOPLE.comAngelina Jolie talks divorce, health in new interviewCNN"[Our lifestyle] was not in any way a negative," she said in the interview. "That was not the problem. That is and will remain one of the wonderful opportunities we are able to give our children . . . They're six very strong-minded, thoughtful, worldly ...Angelina Jolie Reveals Bell's Palsy Diagnosis — As She Says Children Are Still 'Healing' From Brad Pitt DivorcePEOPLE.comAngelina Jolie reveals Bell's palsy diagnosis, talks about life after Brad PittCBS NewsAngelina Jolie reveals health, marriage problems in new interviewCBC.caall 307 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

Pavilion Leisure Centre in Bromley turns parent and children away from pool over health and safety rule - News Shopper

News ShopperPavilion Leisure Centre in Bromley turns parent and children away from pool over health and safety ruleNews ShopperA father and his children have been turned away from a swimming pool in Bromley due to a 'health and safety' rule. Andy McLeod said The Pavilion Leisure Centre in Kentish Way stopped him taking his four-month-old and 18-month-old into the pool at the ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Pavilion Leisure Centre in Kentish Way turn parent and children away from pool over health and safety rule - News Shopper

News ShopperPavilion Leisure Centre in Kentish Way turn parent and children away from pool over health and safety ruleNews ShopperA father and his children have been turned away from a swimming pool in Bromley due to a 'health and safety' rule. Andy McLeod said The Pavilion Leisure Centre in Kentish Way stopped him taking his four-month-old and 18-month-old into the pool at the ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Cannabis Might Be Helping Low-functioning Autistic Children Write - Haaretz

HaaretzCannabis Might Be Helping Low-functioning Autistic Children WriteHaaretzBecause as far as the Health Ministry is concerned, cannabis is cannabis, and they don't take into account the different types or the different levels of active substances in the plant. I find that to be a problem, because when I get a permit to give ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Crohn's disease and colitis: Where you LIVE could affect inflammatory bowel disease - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukCrohn's disease and colitis: Where you LIVE could affect inflammatory bowel diseaseExpress.co.uk"Our findings show that children, particularly those under the age of 10, experience a protective effect against IBD if they live in a rural household,” said Dr Eric Benchimol, lead author of the study, scientist at ICES and a pediatric ...and more »
(26-07-2017)
 
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Grub4life at the 8th Nursery Management Today Awards
On Friday 26th November Grub4life were proud to attend the 8th Nursery Management Awards at London’s Hilton Metropole Hotel. This annual event is a glittering evening, a bit like the Oscars for...
Grub4life at the 11th Annual Nutrition and Health Conference
This weekend was really busy for Grub4life- we were presenting at the 11th Annual Nutrition and Health conference at London’s Olympia.  We briefed over 400 health Professionals on our...
Grub4life Cook’s Training in Southwark
On Tuesday 23rd November grub4life will be hosting the 3rd Early Years Cooks Training session for Children’s Centre Cooks working in Southwark. This week we are looking at weaning- when it...
Toad Hall Nurseries join Grub4life to lead the way in Early Years Nutrition provision.
On Friday 5th November I attended a meeting for the 16 nursery cooks who cook for children every day who attend Toad Hall Nurseries. They were gathered together for the launch of a really exciting...
SAVE Cranfield Pre School
I am helping to raise money for Buckinghamshire based Cranfield Pre-School, a charity which needs £9,000 to stay open for 1 year. In the face of financial cuts staff and supporters of the Pre...
Reciprocal childcare...a good idea?
There has been an increase in the number of online companies offering a match making service for parents to find and offer reciprocal childcare. On the surface it seems a great idea, free childcare so...
Did it!!!
I did it!!! Completed Bromley's First Five 5k Fun Run! Dressed as a Russian Doll! I confess I did walk some of it...becuase I hadn't done enough training in advance...and the costumes made us very...
Fun Run dressed as a Russian Doll
HiThis Sunday I am running a 5k run for the CHernobyl Children's Project. My twin sister Frances, my younger sister Linda and my two daughters Bex (16) and Amy (11) and myself are running dressed as...
Grub4life members run for Chernobyl.
If you’re in the Croydon area this Sunday 19th April keep an eye out for 5 sweaty Russian Dolls- one of our most committed Grub4life members is running a 5K fun run in aid of the Chernobyl...
Easter is about more than Chocolate- Easter from around the world
In medieval times a festival of egg throwing was held in church, during which the priest would throw a hard-boiled egg to one of the choirboys. It was then tossed from one choirboy to the next and...
14th April 2009 is Vaisakhi for Sikhs
This is an important celebration for the Sikh community where in 1699 the identification of the Sikh community was made known as the Khalsa. Vaisakhi this year is Monday 14th April, but many towns and...
NEW RESOURCES- ALL FREE TO DOWNLOAD
It’s great to see that members have been responding to grubbylilzo’s blog- that’s exactly what Grub4life is all about- sharing information and supporting each other.We have some...
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Well, I can't believe that already I've had two messages and both were extremely helpful!!! I have looked on the resources section and am completely spoiled for choice!!!!  There's so much...
Secondary Schools in uproar over impending nutrient based stndards
Yesterdays news story about School Caterer’s concerns over the introduction of Nutritional standards for secondary schools which will be introduced in September made complete sense to me.The...
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Individual turkey bubble & squeak cakes with poached eggs

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