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Trans fats lead to increased rate of heart disease - strongest association to date
High consumption of trans fat, found mainly in partially hydrogenated vegetable oils and widely used by the food industry, has been linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). New York and Philadelphia have passed measures eliminating its use in restaurants, and other cities are considering similar bans. (28-03-2007)
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Breastfeeding 'doesn't boost children's intelligence' - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesBreastfeeding 'doesn't boost children's intelligence'NHS ChoicesThis study did not look at all aspects of baby and child health and wellbeing. Breastfeeding is known to protect babies against infections. It also helps reduce their risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in adulthood ...Breastfeeding doesn't make children more intelligent in the long term, finds studyThe IndependentIt also enables her to lose weight as breastfeeding mothers burn up to 500 calories a day, experts claim.Daily MailStudy shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeedingCNNall 38 news articles »
(28-03-2017)

Why the AHCA would have been bad for children — and an unavoidable truth moving forward - Harvard Health (blog)

Harvard Health (blog)Why the AHCA would have been bad for children — and an unavoidable truth moving forwardHarvard Health (blog)That is why the AAP opposed the AHCA: because it could have led to fewer children with health insurance. And as we move forward as a country to find better ways to provide health insurance to our citizens, one unavoidable truth needs to be very clear ...In Health Bill's Defeat, Medicaid Comes of AgeNew York TimesSenate GOP Leaders Push for Health-Care Effort After House Plan ImplodesBloombergLeaders Plan to Scrap Health Reform, but Some in GOP See Path ForwardMorning ConsultThe Seattle Times -Chicago Tonight | WTTW -Health Affairs (blog)all 6,016 news articles »
(28-03-2017)

Tasmanian Children's Commissioner releases his second health and well-being report - The Advocate

The AdvocateTasmanian Children's Commissioner releases his second health and well-being reportThe AdvocateHe said there was a need for improvement in the state, especially when young people are struggling. “Many of Tasmania's children get a good start to life … however my report identifies a number of areas of concern for the health of children and young ...and more »
(28-03-2017)

Two in three children's drinks are bad for teeth: Water only accounts for a quarter of liquids drunk by five to nine ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailTwo in three children's drinks are bad for teeth: Water only accounts for a quarter of liquids drunk by five to nine ...Daily MailDr Emma Derbyshire, nutritionist and adviser to the council, said: 'Public Health England recommends adults and children should swap sugary drinks for healthier alternatives, such as water. 'As well as keeping the body functioning well, water is ...
(28-03-2017)

Health Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support ... - Somerset County Gazette

Somerset County GazetteHealth Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support ...Somerset County GazetteThousands of children with long-term medical conditions such as Type 1 diabetes, asthma and epilepsy are being put at risk in schools across England says the ...Thousands of children 'at risk of dying at school' because of lack of ...Mirror.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

Health Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditions - Somerset County Gazette

Somerset County GazetteHealth Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditionsSomerset County GazetteThousands of children with long-term medical conditions such as Type 1 diabetes, asthma and epilepsy are being put at risk in schools across England says the Health Conditions in Schools Alliance. The alliance is made up of more than 30 leading ...Thousands of children 'at risk of dying at school' because of lack of ...Mirror.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

Health Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditions - This is The West Country

This is The West CountryHealth Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditionsThis is The West CountryThousands of children with long-term medical conditions such as Type 1 diabetes, asthma and epilepsy are being put at risk in schools across England says the Health Conditions in Schools Alliance. The alliance is made up of more than 30 leading ...Thousands of children 'at risk of dying at school' because of lack of medical conditions policiesMirror.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

Health Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditions - Chard & Ilminster News

Chard & Ilminster NewsHealth Conditions in Schools Alliance says schools need to support children with health conditionsChard & Ilminster NewsThousands of children with long-term medical conditions such as Type 1 diabetes, asthma and epilepsy are being put at risk in schools across England says the Health Conditions in Schools Alliance. The alliance is made up of more than 30 leading ...Thousands of children 'at risk of dying at school' because of lack of medical conditions policiesMirror.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

I Love My Children, But I Work Out to Escape Them - Health.com

Health.comI Love My Children, But I Work Out to Escape ThemHealth.comI'd gotten myself into a bad pattern in which the kids felt entitled to a 24-hour all-access mommy pass, and I didn't know how to break it. I loved them to the moon, but I was depleted and not exactly a joy to be around. That's when I started saying ...
(27-03-2017)

Type 1 diabetes: a fast growing health condition in children and young adults by Charlotte Woodford, St Georges ... - Richmond and Twickenham Times

Richmond and Twickenham TimesType 1 diabetes: a fast growing health condition in children and young adults by Charlotte Woodford, St Georges ...Richmond and Twickenham TimesType 1 diabetes affects 400,000 people in the UK, with over 29,000 of them being children. Incidence is increasing by about four per cent each year particularly in children under five, with a five-fold increase in this age group in the last 20 years ...and more »
(27-03-2017)

17,000 children denied specialist help for mental health problems ... - Third Force News

Third Force News17,000 children denied specialist help for mental health problems ...Third Force NewsChildren who have been denied access to specialist mental health care services are to have their cases reviewed following the revelation that one in five is ...The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned ...The Bolton Newsall 4 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned ... - The Bolton News

The Bolton NewsThe Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned ...The Bolton NewsCONCERNS over recruitment could lead to responsibility for children's mental health services in Bolton being transferred away from the…17,000 children denied specialist help for mental health problems ...Third Force Newsall 3 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned in Bolton - This Is Lancashire

This Is LancashireThe Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned in BoltonThis Is LancashireCONCERNS over recruitment could lead to responsibility for children's mental health services in Bolton being transferred away from the hospital. The Bolton NHS Foundation Trust (FT) has been home to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service ...Mental health conditions 'missed' in young peopleTimes of Maltaall 16 news articles »
(27-03-2017)

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned in Bolton - The Bolton News

The Bolton NewsThe Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service to be redesigned in BoltonThe Bolton NewsCONCERNS over recruitment could lead to responsibility for children's mental health services in Bolton being transferred away from the hospital. The Bolton NHS Foundation Trust (FT) has been home to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service ...
(27-03-2017)

Three children's health centres face permanent closure in bid to save £193000 a year - Harwich and Manningtree Standard

Harwich and Manningtree StandardThree children's health centres face permanent closure in bid to save £193000 a yearHarwich and Manningtree StandardTwo in Colchester and one in Tendring face the axe after NHS bosses decided the buildings should be sold to save £193,000 a year. Health bosses blamed vandalism and the legionella bug at one of the sites as reasons not to continue paying the rent.and more »
(27-03-2017)


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