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Healthy Women with High Cholesterol at Increased Risk of Stroke
Healthy women with no history of heart disease or stroke significantly increase their chances of having a stroke if they have high cholesterol, according to a study of more than 27,000 women published in the February 20, 2007, issue of Neurology®, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology. (20-02-2007)
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Newham University Hospital's children's ward reopens after £6.8m refurbishment - Newham Recorder

Newham RecorderNewham University Hospital's children's ward reopens after £6.8m refurbishmentNewham RecorderNow, after a £6.8milliom makeover, the hospital has officially opened its new Rainbow Centre, designed to make the experience for children and their families as pleasant as possible. Work on the centre began in September 2015 and although staff began ...
(19-02-2017)

Do It For the Kids - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportDo It For the KidsU.S. News & World ReportWith Tom Price as the new secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, I fear for my health, my 1-year-old daughter's health and the health of the patients I serve every single day. As a pediatrician, I am generally optimistic, and walk ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

Coming to terms with children's health - Australian Journal of Pharmacy (registration) (blog)

Australian Journal of Pharmacy (registration) (blog)Coming to terms with children's healthAustralian Journal of Pharmacy (registration) (blog)“Child Friendly Solutions has installed Play Panels in a number of pharmacies and other businesses, which has enabled parents, and in particular mums, to stay longer in the store and made picking up a prescription or discussing a healthcare matter much ...
(17-02-2017)

Talking Point: Just no excuse for parents to imperil their children's health - The Mercury

The MercuryTalking Point: Just no excuse for parents to imperil their children's healthThe MercuryThese vaccines exist, they work and if they can prevent my children from developing cancer later in life, I will use them. Perhaps you really didn't know or understand how important this is. Now you do. Louise Roberts is a health writer for News Corp.
(17-02-2017)

Nursery's grant to boost children's wellbeing and mental health ... - Nursery World (subscription)

Nursery World (subscription)Nursery's grant to boost children's wellbeing and mental health ...Nursery World (subscription)Read Nursery's grant to boost children's wellbeing and mental health childcare and the latest childcare & early years news & best practice on Nursery World.and more »
(17-02-2017)

Nursery's grant to boost children's wellbeing and mental health - Nursery World (subscription)

Nursery World (subscription)Nursery's grant to boost children's wellbeing and mental healthNursery World (subscription)One of its aims is to increase resilience in children and young people by telling them about the importance of their emotional and mental health, empowering them to know who to ask for help if and when it is needed, and to enable them to develop ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

How health workers are helping to keep children safe in Bradford ... - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Bradford Telegraph and ArgusHow health workers are helping to keep children safe in Bradford ...Bradford Telegraph and ArgusWhether the death of a child or a serious injury, the effects continue to be felt decades later. The latest mortality figures from the Office for National Statistics ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

How health workers are helping to keep children safe in Bradford - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Bradford Telegraph and ArgusHow health workers are helping to keep children safe in BradfordBradford Telegraph and ArgusWhether the death of a child or a serious injury, the effects continue to be felt decades later. The latest mortality figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal that accidents remain the biggest cause of death of children and young people ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

North Tyneside mental health team for children earns 'good' rating ... - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveNorth Tyneside mental health team for children earns 'good' rating ...ChronicleLiveA specialist mental health team for young people has been rated as 'good' by national inspectors. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspected Northumbria ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

North Tyneside mental health team for children earns 'good' rating by inspectors - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveNorth Tyneside mental health team for children earns 'good' rating by inspectorsChronicleLiveThe service, known as the Children's and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), provides a single point of access to mental health services for children aged up to 17, providing support with issues such as anxiety, depression, learning disabilities ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

New Collaboration Launches to Advance Technology for Children's ... - UCSF News Services

UCSF News ServicesNew Collaboration Launches to Advance Technology for Children's ...UCSF News ServicesA woman wears a virtual-reality headset Virtual-reality technology designed for children's health care was among the technology showcased at the Engineering ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

New Collaboration Launches to Advance Technology for Children's Health - UCSF News Services

UCSF News ServicesNew Collaboration Launches to Advance Technology for Children's HealthUCSF News Services12 for the first annual Engineering for Children's Health Symposium where they showcased innovative projects and addressed the need for more infrastructure and funding for pediatric health solutions. The symposium marked the start of the Engineering ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

Seen: Kaleidoscope fundraiser for the Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation - The Denver Post

The Denver PostSeen: Kaleidoscope fundraiser for the Rocky Mountain Children's Health FoundationThe Denver PostOne of the toughest tasks that Luanne Williams has faced in her years as executive director of the Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation was convincing Faye and Dr. Reginald Washington that they should be honored at the foundation's signature ...
(16-02-2017)

Moving into poverty damages children's mental health, study shows - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.netMoving into poverty damages children's mental health, study showsNews-Medical.netNew University of Liverpool research - published today in The Lancet Public Health -- shows that children who move into poverty are more likely to suffer from ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Children cared for by Bolton council higher compared to other towns ... - The Bolton News

The Bolton NewsChildren cared for by Bolton council higher compared to other towns ...The Bolton NewsMORE children from Bolton have been cared for by a local authority compared to the majority of other towns and cities in England.and more »
(16-02-2017)


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