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Elderly starving in hospitals
Charity Age Concern says that nurses are leaving vulnerable, elderly patients to starve in hospital because they do not have time to help feed them. (29-08-2006)
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Michelle Heaton on health scares and her children - Scotsman (blog)

Scotsman (blog)Michelle Heaton on health scares and her childrenScotsman (blog)It's hard to believe Michelle Heaton has ever had a care in the world as she laughs and plays with her two children, declaring: “I feel so lucky – I'm back to being me again”. Looking glamorous and positively glowing with good health, her happiness is ...
(29-08-2015)

Children with special health care needs in Appalachian region face similar ... - News-Medical.net

Children with special health care needs in Appalachian region face similar ...News-Medical.netDespite the fact that previous research shows the Appalachian region of the United States as limited in access to health care services, researchers at Nationwide Children's Hospital have found that children with special health care needs in Appalachian ...and more »
(29-08-2015)

Unvaccinated Children Pose Public Health Threat - TV Newsroom

Times GazetteUnvaccinated Children Pose Public Health ThreatTV NewsroomSome parents choose to skip or delay vaccinations not for medical reasons, but for “personal beliefs” – mainly, unsupported fears about vaccine safety, health officials say. A median of 94.2% of kindergartners fulfilled their local requirements for ...Unvaccinated Children Called a ThreatNew York TimesUnvaccinated Children: Public Health ThreatTimes GazetteChildren Unvaccinated For Preventable Diseases Pose Public Health ThreatNYC TodayHealth Aimall 259 news articles »
(29-08-2015)

TD Bank's 'Bring Change' supports S.I. Mental Health and Children's Theatre - SILive.com

SILive.comTD Bank's 'Bring Change' supports S.I. Mental Health and Children's TheatreSILive.comChildren from Staten Island Children's Theatre stood inside the lobby at TD Bank's Forest Avenue branch singing show tunes to kick off "Green Friday" - a coin-counting fundraiser to support Staten Island Mental Health (SIMH) and their programs. (Staten ...and more »
(29-08-2015)

Children in Ohio's Appalachian Counties Face Similar Health Care Challenges to ... - Newswise (press release)

Children in Ohio's Appalachian Counties Face Similar Health Care Challenges to ...Newswise (press release)Newswise — Despite the fact that previous research shows the Appalachian region of the United States as limited in access to health care services, researchers at Nationwide Children's Hospital have found that children with special health care needs in ...and more »
(28-08-2015)

Even Short Bouts of Activity May Help Kids' Health - WebMD

Scope (blog)Even Short Bouts of Activity May Help Kids' HealthWebMDTheir study of 28 healthy, normal-weight children found that doing three minutes of moderate-intensity walking every half hour over three hours of sitting led to lower levels of blood sugar and insulin, compared to another day when the children sat for ...Taking breaks for physical activity may benefit children's long-term healthScope (blog)Short bouts of activity may offset lack of sustained exercise in kidsNational Institutes of Health (press release)Shorter Bursts Of Physical Activity Can Help Counter Idle Lifestyles Of ChildrenTech TimesApex Tribune -UPI.com -EurekAlert (press release)all 28 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

When It Comes to Mental Health, We Are Failing UK Children - Huffington Post UK

When It Comes to Mental Health, We Are Failing UK ChildrenHuffington Post UKThere's no getting around it: children and young people in the UK are facing serious health challenges. It seems barely a day goes by without a new issue arising, from escalating obesity to increasing mortality rates. But one area remains a consistent ...
(28-08-2015)

Sleep-deprived kids are more tempted by food - Reuters UK

Reuters UKSleep-deprived kids are more tempted by foodReuters UK(Reuters Health) - Children who don't get enough sleep might be more tempted by food, a new study suggests. Five-year-olds who slept less than 11 hours a night were more eager to eat at the sight or reminder of a favorite snack, compared to those who ...Obesity Risk Higher In Children Who Sleep LessScience World Reportall 19 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

Digital intoxication in kids can affect physical, mental health - Times of India

Times of IndiaDigital intoxication in kids can affect physical, mental healthTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: Heard of the term 'phubbing'? According to the Collins Dictionary, it means ignoring someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention. Sounds familiar? We have all been either phubbed, or have done that to ...and more »
(28-08-2015)

Skip the Kids Menus: Making Dining Out Healthy for Children - U.S. News & World Report (blog)

U.S. News & World Report (blog)Skip the Kids Menus: Making Dining Out Healthy for ChildrenU.S. News & World Report (blog)Restaurant kids menus are notoriously populated with junkier foods and completely devoid of veggies or fiber. But when you're paying a premium for a restaurant meal, I certainly understand the appeal of a kids menu. These foods, after all, are almost ...
(28-08-2015)

Link found between children's health and a lack of school nurses - daynurseries.co.uk News

daynurseries.co.uk NewsLink found between children's health and a lack of school nursesdaynurseries.co.uk NewsA report has warned of an escalating health crisis among young children due to insufficient investment in school nursing, according to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). While health problems facing children continue to accelerate, school nurses are ...and more »
(28-08-2015)

Unvaccinated Children: Public Health Threat - Times Gazette

Times GazetteUnvaccinated Children: Public Health ThreatTimes GazetteAs per government study, the greater part of kindergarten children in the US are administered with vaccines against preventable diseases, but still a substantial number of children are still unvaccinated and present health threat to the public ...Unvaccinated Children Called a ThreatNew York TimesSmall groups of unvaccinated children could lead to disease outbreaks in USThe GuardianHealth Official: States Should Post Local Vaccination InfoCBS LocalMinnPost (blog) -TIME -Philly.comall 132 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

Unvaccinated Children Called a Threat - New York Times

Times GazetteUnvaccinated Children Called a ThreatNew York TimesThe vast majority of kindergarten-age children in the United States are vaccinated against preventable diseases, but sizable pockets of unprotected children pose a public health threat, according to a government study released Thursday. Only 1.7 ...Unvaccinated Children: Public Health ThreatTimes GazetteChildren Unvaccinated For Preventable Diseases Pose Public Health ThreatNYC TodayUnvaccinated Children Pose Public Health ThreatThe Monitor DailyHealth Aim -The Guardian -Los Angeles Timesall 215 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

Families can help children learn about health and nutrition with school ... - Kent Online

Families can help children learn about health and nutrition with school ...Kent OnlineCompetition categories include Families for adult and child entrants; the idea being that children get a better understanding of healthy eating while having fun with their families. The other two categories are Primary School and Secondary School. By ...
(27-08-2015)

Andrey Ostrovsky: Use of telehealth for children with special healthcare needs ... - FierceHealthIT

FierceHealthITAndrey Ostrovsky: Use of telehealth for children with special healthcare needs ...FierceHealthITChildren's care is either employer health plan-funded or it's Medicaid-funded. The more complex a child's healthcare is, the more likely it is to be funded by Medicaid. That puts pediatric delivery models and innovation for children who really need it ...
(27-08-2015)


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