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Welsh Conservative AM Brynle Williams is backing a campaign from the British Heart Foundation to tackle childhood obesity.
The drive is aimed at improving access affordable local fresh produce and helping children to be more aware of what they eat. With over 22% of boys and over 16% of girls in Wales aged 13 classed as overweight and obese, it is estimated that if current rates of childhood obesity keeps increasing one in four people in the UK will be obese by 2010. (26-07-2006)
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More than 3500 vulnerable Scottish children seeking mental health treatment 'failed by the system' - The Scottish Sun

The Scottish SunMore than 3500 vulnerable Scottish children seeking mental health treatment 'failed by the system'The Scottish SunTHOUSANDS of young people are being “failed by the system” as one-in-five kids faced waits of more than four months for mental health treatment, Scottish Labour has claimed. Scottish Government waiting-time targets of 18 weeks were missed for 3,666 ...
(25-07-2017)

Jeffersonville family advocates for children's health after heart transplant - WHAS 11.com

WHAS 11.comJeffersonville family advocates for children's health after heart transplantWHAS 11.comLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – It's not often you see an 11-year-old in our nation's capital serving as an advocate for the health system. From Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, to Indiana Senator Trey Hollingsworth, to Congressman John Yarmuth to ...
(25-07-2017)

Lack of mental health support leaving children stuck in hospital – thinktank - The Guardian

The GuardianLack of mental health support leaving children stuck in hospital – thinktankThe GuardianEmily Frith, the author an EPI report on children's mental health, urged NHS England to ensure there were enough teams of specialist staff in the community to help discharged patients. Government policy is to increase the number of intensive outreach ...Crisis in specialist mental health beds for childrenAOL UKall 3 news articles »
(25-07-2017)

Lack of mental health support leaving children stuck in hospital ... - The Guardian

The GuardianLack of mental health support leaving children stuck in hospital ...The GuardianFigures show rise in number of 'wasted days' spent in hospital by young patients who have been declared fit for discharge.Crisis in specialist mental health beds for children - AOL UK LivingAOL UKall 3 news articles »
(25-07-2017)

New report shows shocking inequality in children's dental health in Sheffield - The Star

The StarNew report shows shocking inequality in children's dental health in SheffieldThe StarCoun Jackie Drayton, cabinet member for children, young people and families said “These figures show the high levels of tooth decay in children in certain parts of the city, which is something preventable through good oral health and reducing the ...
(25-07-2017)

'Children are being poisoned': fury at scandal of toxic firefighting chemicals - The Guardian

The Guardian'Children are being poisoned': fury at scandal of toxic firefighting chemicalsThe GuardianLast year, the UN's persisent organic pollutants review committee to the Stockholm convention – to which Australia is a signatory – found PFOA was likely to “lead to significant adverse human health and environmental effects such that global action is ...
(25-07-2017)

Yemen's severely starved children now threatened by world's worst cholera outbreak - ITV News

ITV NewsYemen's severely starved children now threatened by world's worst cholera outbreakITV NewsThe clinic's doctor said Taghreed had been "slowly improving" since being brought for treatment but said his efforts to help countless more children has been exacerbated by the near collapse of the nation's healthcare system in the conflict. "We ...and more »
(25-07-2017)

Optometrists Urge Families to Prioritize Their Children's Health with Annual Eye Exams - PR Newswire (press release)

Optometrists Urge Families to Prioritize Their Children's Health with Annual Eye ExamsPR Newswire (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 ...
(25-07-2017)

Free children's health fair returns to Crestview - Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview News BulletinFree children's health fair returns to CrestviewCrestview News BulletinCRESTVIEW — Nine years ago, area residents recognized a medical need and decided to do something about it. The 3rd Masonic District's annual No Child Without Health Care Fair, now in its 10th year, is the result of that decision. It provides health ...
(25-07-2017)

Pressure mounts to curtail surgery on intersex children - STAT

STATPressure mounts to curtail surgery on intersex childrenSTATSeveral parents of intersex children have become activists, advocating against early surgery. Among them is Dr. Arlene Baratz, a Pittsburgh-based radiologist with two adult daughters born with the same condition as Liang. “If there is a secret to ...Report: Surgery On Intersex Children Medically Unnecessary, Potentially DamagingNewNowNextall 11 news articles »
(25-07-2017)

Analysis: We need to ensure that mental health help and support is there for children when it is needed - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandAnalysis: We need to ensure that mental health help and support is there for children when it is neededHerald ScotlandThis is why SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) launched a new campaign, Going To Be, in May. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the scale and urgency of the problem, with the long-term aim of better mental wellbeing for young people ...and more »
(25-07-2017)

Doctors have the power to help their patients thrive financially - STAT

Doctors have the power to help their patients thrive financiallySTATI challenged the doctors and administrators in the room to work with organizations like mine to connect health providers with financial service providers to give patients who are often juggling multiple jobs and complicated child care arrangements a ...
(25-07-2017)

South Sudan: Children need healthcare - ReliefWeb

South Sudan: Children need healthcareReliefWeb“He's waking up.” Rebekka, one of our nurses, beams at me, as she removes her cap and fans herself with it. We're standing in our Cholera Treatment Centre, in the middle of a camp for displaced people in Mingkamen, South Sudan. Forty-five minutes ...
(25-07-2017)

School pupils in 'postcode lottery' over mental health provision - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandSchool pupils in 'postcode lottery' over mental health provisionHerald ScotlandPUPILS with mental health problems are said to be facing a "postcode lottery" for access to support at school after 14 of Scotland's 32 council said they did not employ the key workers supposed to link children to mental health services. Another 12 ...Charity warns Scots children with mental health issues 'being left in limbo'Care Appointmentsall 8 news articles »
(25-07-2017)

Fast food England: does putting a cap on takeaways improve people's health? - The Guardian

The GuardianFast food England: does putting a cap on takeaways improve people's health?The GuardianBut so far at least, putting a brake on its takeaway sector appears not to have delivered the hoped-for health benefits. Local indices on child obesity have not budged. According to the latest data, 26.6% of the borough's four- and five-year-olds are ...
(25-07-2017)


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