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US School Playgrounds Can Help Fight Childhood Obesity
A RAND Corporation study says school playgrounds and athletic facilities can be important tools in the fight against childhood obesity, but many are locked and inaccessible to children on weekends - especially in poor and minority neighborhoods. (28-04-2007)
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Program streamlines health care for foster children - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Program streamlines health care for foster childrenMilwaukee Journal SentinelNot long ago, when doctors were assigned to provide primary care for foster children, they would spend hours on the phone trying to find specialists willing to provide other medical needs, such as mental health or dental care. Thomasien Malsch, manager ...
(28-04-2015)

More children dying from diabetes in Britain than in other EU countries - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMore children dying from diabetes in Britain than in other EU countriesExpress.co.ukThe research by the Institute of Child Health at University College London was carried out over 15 years. It found that although few children die from the disease, control of the condition is poor. As a result, death rates among 15 to 24-year-olds are ...Warning over youth diabetes deathsHartlepool Mailall 25 news articles »
(28-04-2015)

Organic milk 'is less healthy than regular milk and could harm child IQ' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukOrganic milk 'is less healthy than regular milk and could harm child IQ'Telegraph.co.ukMilk is the primary source of iodine in the UK diet and researchers from the University of Reading said the finding could have potentially serious health implications. "People are increasingly buying organic and UHT milk for perceived health benefits ...British study: Organic milk lacks iodine levels of conventional; risk to ...Dairy Herd Managementall 26 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

New program streamlines health care for foster children - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

New program streamlines health care for foster childrenMilwaukee Journal SentinelNot long ago, when doctors were assigned to provide primary care for foster children, they would spend hours on the phone trying to find specialists willing to provide other medical needs, such as mental health or dental care. Thomasien Malsch, manager ...
(27-04-2015)

Boston Children's Physicians' Group Receives $1 Million in Additional Funding ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Wall Street JournalBoston Children's Physicians' Group Receives $1 Million in Additional Funding ...PR Newswire (press release)"Boston Children's and the PPOC share the goal of providing the highest quality pediatric care in convenient community settings," said Sandra Fenwick, president and CEO of Boston Children's. "Through the behavioral health integration program, the PPOC ...Many Hospital ERs Aren't Ready to Treat ChildrenWall Street Journalall 4 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

Children more likely to be overweight or obese with ONE hour of TV a day - Daily Mail

Daily MailChildren more likely to be overweight or obese with ONE hour of TV a dayDaily Mail... weight, paediatricians and parents should attempt to restrict childhood TV viewing." Health experts currently recommend limiting children and teenagers to less than two hours of screen time each day. However, Dr DeBoer said even that might be too much.'Two phases' of childhood obesity suggestedBBC NewsAn hour of TV a day linked to childhood obesityNetdoctorHealth Alert: Watching TV linked to obesity in childrenKYTXeMaxHealth -Philly.comall 52 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

Parents 'may pass anxiety on to their children' - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesParents 'may pass anxiety on to their children'NHS ChoicesDo children worry because they sense their parents are worried, or do parents worry because they see their children are worried about something? Family life is not always easy, but one way to boost your physical and mental health is to make the time to ...
(27-04-2015)

Gender nonconforming children: Coming to terms with sexual identity - The Independent

The IndependentGender nonconforming children: Coming to terms with sexual identityThe IndependentThat room full of dressing-up clothes is a real place – it's a support group for gender nonconforming children, who meet in the basement meeting room of a church in Washington, DC. As a psychologist, I volunteered as a co-leader of this group for seven ...
(27-04-2015)

Smiley faces make healthy food 'more appealing' to kids - Medical News Today

Medical News TodaySmiley faces make healthy food 'more appealing' to kidsMedical News Today"It looks like we found a very promising, low-cost and effective way of improving the nutrition of elementary school children. This type of program may be a useful component in schools trying to improve the nutrition and health of their students." ...Emoticons help kids make healthier choicesRedOrbitSmileys make children eat more healthy foodBusiness Standardall 28 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

7 Great Achievements In Children's Health Research - Science 2.0

Microfinance Monitor7 Great Achievements In Children's Health ResearchScience 2.0Pediatric research discoveries over the past 40 years have led to prevention and treatment strategies that have saved millions of lives worldwide and seven of the greatest research achievements were presented on Sunday, April 26 at the Pediatric ...Public Release: 26-Apr-2015 7 great achievements in child health research ...EurekAlert (press release)all 10 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

Doctors, Psychs Teaming Up To Offer Integrated Health Care - CBS Local

CBS LocalDoctors, Psychs Teaming Up To Offer Integrated Health CareCBS LocalMIAMI (CBSMiami) – Health care for children is evolving with a growing number of pediatricians pairing up with mental health professionals. They are working out of the same offices and using something call 'integrated care' to help treat children for ...
(27-04-2015)

Be There for Your Children: Seek Care for Psychological Health Concerns - Satellite PR News (press release)

Be There for Your Children: Seek Care for Psychological Health ConcernsSatellite PR News (press release)To maintain or regain a stable family environment that will positively benefit military children, service members may need to seek care or support for psychological health concerns. The mental health of a child's caregiver can have an impact on a child ...and more »
(27-04-2015)

Be There for Your Children: Seek Care for Psychological Health Concerns - PR Newswire (press release)

Be There for Your Children: Seek Care for Psychological Health ConcernsPR Newswire (press release)To maintain or regain a stable family environment that will positively benefit military children, service members may need to seek care or support for psychological health concerns. The mental health of a child's caregiver can have an impact on a child ...and more »
(27-04-2015)

Smileys make children eat more healthy food - Khaleej Times

Khaleej TimesSmileys make children eat more healthy foodKhaleej TimesNew York - Labelling healthy foods with smiley faces and offering small prizes for buying nutritious items can make kids purchase more of such foods and eat them too, suggests a new research. β€œIt looks like we found a very promising, low-cost and ...Smileys make kids eat more healthy food: studyBusiness Standardall 13 news articles »
(27-04-2015)

Smileys make children eat more healthy food - Zee News

Zee NewsSmileys make children eat more healthy foodZee NewsThree months later, researchers introduced the concept of a "Power Plate," which consisted of the four healthy foods. Children who selected a Power Plate could receive a small prize, such as a sticker, temporary tattoo or mini beach ball. Results ...and more »
(27-04-2015)


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