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Bariatric procedures reduce deaths among obese patients by as much as 40%, two reports conclude. (27-05-2008)
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How living near a landfill can be harmful to health, especially for children - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostHow living near a landfill can be harmful to health, especially for childrenSouth China Morning PostThe scientists evaluated the potential health effects of living near nine different landfills in the Lazio region, and therefore being exposed to air pollutants emitted by the waste treatment plants. More than 242,400 people were enrolled in the study ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Eating more fruit during pregnancy ensures higher IQ in children - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesEating more fruit during pregnancy ensures higher IQ in childrenHindustan TimesMothers who ate six to seven portions of fruit per day had children with higher IQs. A study, published in the journal, EbioMedicine, has found that women who ate more fruit during pregnancy had children with higher IQs at one year old. In a recent ...Mothers 'improve baby's memory and development' with every portion of fruit they eatDaily MailPrenatal fruit consumption boosts babies' cognitive developmentScience Dailyall 26 news articles »
(27-05-2016)

New study shows connection between urban environments and children's mental health - Duke Chronicle

Duke ChronicleNew study shows connection between urban environments and children's mental healthDuke Chronicle“What we wanted to do was look inside communities and see what are the specific things ... that might explain why children growing up in poor neighborhoods or urban neighborhoods show worse health outcomes,” Odgers said. The study was conducted on ...
(27-05-2016)

'We fear for the health of our baby in mould-ridden home' - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'We fear for the health of our baby in mould-ridden home'Irish Independent"All we want is a decent home for our children - a place where the children can grow up happy, warm and safe," added Mr McCarthy. He said layers of mould grow on the walls of the home, with the dampness so bad that clothing is often wet to the touch if ...
(27-05-2016)

Children and Mental Health Awareness Month - The News Hub

The News HubChildren and Mental Health Awareness MonthThe News HubFred Hines the president of the agency says many children do not get treatment due to lack of access to programs. They are under insured and the cost of treatment adds up quickly. Natasha Devon, a mental health advocate in the UK says that an average ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Children's Day: Buhari assures on rights to education, good health, others - Vanguard

VanguardChildren's Day: Buhari assures on rights to education, good health, othersVanguardABUJA—President Muhammadu Buhari has re-affirmed Nigeria's commitment to the well-being of its children, reminding them that they had fundamental rights to quality and affordable education, good health and other basic necessities of life. The ...Children's Day: President Buhari Assures Children On Rights To Education, Good Health And Basic Necessities Of LifeInformation Nigeriaall 181 news articles »
(26-05-2016)

World Health Assembly agrees resolutions on women, children and adolescents, and healthy ageing - World Health Organization

World Health Assembly agrees resolutions on women, children and adolescents, and healthy ageingWorld Health Organization26 MAY 2016 | GENEVA - Delegates at the World Health Assembly today agreed to implement 2 new health strategies that are closely aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals. One relates to women's children's and adolescents' health; the other to ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Poor health: Diseases claim lives of three children in two days - The Express Tribune

The Express TribunePoor health: Diseases claim lives of three children in two daysThe Express TribuneIn just two days, three children died in Mohammad Khan Mallah village, Salehpat taluka, which is a desert area of Sukkur. As there are no proper health facilities in the area, residents usually have to rush to Rohri taluka hospital in cases of ...
(26-05-2016)

Health risks for female sex workers and their children - Reuters UK

Health risks for female sex workers and their childrenReuters UK(Reuters Health) - Many female sex workers and their children have unmet needs for medical care, which puts them at risk for serious and potentially fatal health problems, some researchers argue. In many communities around the world, mothers enter sex ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Health risks for female sex workers and their children - Reuters

Health risks for female sex workers and their childrenReuters(Reuters Health) - Many female sex workers and their children have unmet needs for medical care, which puts them at risk for serious and potentially fatal health problems, some researchers argue. In many communities around the world, mothers enter sex ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

What sibling bullying is doing to your children's health - Connectstatesboro

What sibling bullying is doing to your children's healthConnectstatesboroUp to 40 percent of children are being bullied by their siblings, and the torment can have long-lasting consequences, including depression, anxiety, inflammation, obesity and self-harm, a recent study says. In fact, sibling bullying can be worse than ...
(26-05-2016)

What sibling bullying is doing to your children's health - NewsOK.com

NewsOK.comWhat sibling bullying is doing to your children's healthNewsOK.comIf allowed to continue, the abuse can harm the bullied child not only as it occurs, but long after she and her sibling are adults. One study in England found that the effects of childhood bullying persist into middle age. “We've looked at mental health ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Cooped up children lose out in health and happiness stakes - Rochdale Online

Rochdale OnlineCooped up children lose out in health and happiness stakesRochdale OnlineChildren in the North West of England are falling behind in the happiness stakes because they spend too much time indoors, according to nearly half of the region's adults (42%), who worry their children or grandchildren aren't as happy as they were at ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Newham pumps £1m into children's mental health to tackle soaring numbers seeking help - Newham Recorder

Newham RecorderNewham pumps £1m into children's mental health to tackle soaring numbers seeking helpNewham RecorderA growing number of children and young people in Newham are seeking help for crippling mental health problems leading to huge challenges for stretched services, the Recorder can reveal. This week, as part of our Minds Matter mental health campaign, the ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Migrant children are often their parents' translators – and it can lead to ill health - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AUMigrant children are often their parents' translators – and it can lead to ill healthThe Conversation AUOne study obtained longitudinal data from 182 first- and second-generation Chinese 15-year-olds. It found the children who more frequently acted as interpreters for their parents had poorer psychological health. Frequency of translation was also ...
(26-05-2016)


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