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US Obese workers more likely to file compensation claims for injuries on the job
Obese individuals appear more likely to file workers’ compensation claims for injuries on the job, according to a report in the April 23 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. A second report in the same issue suggests that older Americans with a body mass index (BMI) of between 25 and 30—considered to be overweight—may have a higher risk of disability but a lower risk of death than those with BMI in the recommended range of 18.5 to 25. (24-04-2007)
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Mum's diet mirrors child's food allergies

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a long-term study evaluating maternal diet's impact on food allergy in later life is expected to uncover causes of allergy in children. 

Child bullying victims still suffering at 50

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children who are bullied can still experience negative effects on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later, say researchers from King's College London. 

Sweets at checkout to stay

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that plans to clamp down on the promotion of junk food in supermarkets have been scrapped after major stores refused to sign up. 

New competition to help children learn where their food comes from

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the National Farmers' Union (NFU) and animated children’s character Tractor Ted have joined forces to launch a new food campaign. 

One-in-four children think golden goose lays Easter eggs

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a new poll shows the decline in children's religious knowledge of Easter, with a third being unaware of the significance of Good Friday. 

Children at school '10 hours a day'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children as young as four are now at school for up to 10 hours a day as work pressures leave families spending less time together than ever before, teachers have warned. 

Primary school places revealed as squeeze continues

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that England is facing a "growing crisis" over primary school places, a teachers' leader has said, as parents find out where their children will attend. 

War on salt has cut heart deaths

www.gdaguru.com today reports that efforts to cut salt in the British diet are behind plummeting deaths from heart disease, research suggests. 

Obesity during pregnancy a growing problem

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reports that more than 50 percent of pregnant women are overweight or obese. 

Shouting at children 'increases their behaviour problems'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that research presented to the Royal Economic Society annual conference shows that parents who shout at children when they misbehave create further discipline problems. 

Is paternal obesity a greater risk factor than maternal obesity?

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that paternal obesity could be a greater risk factor than maternal obesity, according to a new study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. 

More U.S. children severely obese

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that contrary to a recent report with encouraging figures on childhood obesity in the United States, a new study presents a more sobering picture of the nation’s pediatric weight problem. 

Lazy lifestyles will shorten our children's lives

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that former Olympian Lord Coe has issued a stark warning that sedentary lifestyles could kill today's children. 

Junk food can make asthma inhalers 'useless'

www.gdaguru.com today reports that eating fast food and consuming sugary drinks renders the most common asthma inhaler ineffective, a new study warns. 

Schools 'need kitchen improvements' for free meals

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that more than 2,700 schools in England will need to improve kitchens to provide free meals for infant school children, according to new figures. 

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