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Let them run wild! New research reveals getting children outdoors and away from their tablets is the best way to ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailLet them run wild! New research reveals getting children outdoors and away from their tablets is the best way to ...Daily MailTo maintain a basic level of health, children aged five to 18 should get at least one hour of physical activity every day, according to the NHS. However, new figures show that only 22 per cent of children in England achieve this. In children under five ...
(27-05-2017)

Nick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health' - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsNick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health' - BBC NewsBBC NewsConservative proposals to end free school lunches for infants in England will have a negative impact on children's health, Nick Clegg has said.and more »
(27-05-2017)

Nick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health' - BBC News

BBC NewsNick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health'BBC NewsConservative proposals to end free school lunches for infants in England will have a negative impact on children's health, Nick Clegg has said. The Conservatives are proposing free breakfasts for all primary school children instead. But Mr Clegg said ...and more »
(27-05-2017)

Indigenous children's health care still lacking, human rights tribunal finds - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailIndigenous children's health care still lacking, human rights tribunal findsThe Globe and MailThe federal tribunal that rules on violations of human rights is demanding that the Liberal government take immediate steps to comply with multiple orders that it adequately address the health-care needs of First Nations children. In a strongly worded ...and more »
(27-05-2017)

Autism diagnoses 'could be reduced under NHS plan' - BBC News

BBC NewsAutism diagnoses 'could be reduced under NHS plan'BBC NewsProposals to reduce the number of children being diagnosed with autism are being considered by NHS commissioners in south-west London. The idea of restricting an autism diagnosis to only the most severe cases was ... But the National Autistic Society ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

What Better Way To Improve Children's Health And Confidence Than Through Walking To School? - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKWhat Better Way To Improve Children's Health And Confidence Than Through Walking To School?HuffPost UKWe're facing some big challenges nowadays in terms of young people's health and activity levels. One in three children leaves primary school either overweight or obese and the majority of children are not meeting the minimum daily recommendation of ...
(26-05-2017)

After divorce, shared parenting is best for children's health ... - STAT

STATAfter divorce, shared parenting is best for children's health ...STATAfter divorce, children who spend a significant amount of time with each parent (shared parenting) do better academically, socially, and psychologically.and more »
(26-05-2017)

After divorce, shared parenting is best for children's health, development - STAT

STATAfter divorce, shared parenting is best for children's health, developmentSTATs a young psychology intern in the late 1970s, my first patients were boys from divorced homes, suffering from what was then called “father hunger.” In those days, when parents split up, dads fell by the wayside. Fathers saw their children at the ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

Sunderland school launches mental health project for pre-school children - Sunderland Echo

Sunderland EchoSunderland school launches mental health project for pre-school childrenSunderland EchoHelen Ellison, deputy headteacher and mental health lead at Southwick Community Primary, said: “The pilot scheme we're embarking on in the summer term aims to provide support and guidance to parents so they can help prepare their children emotionally ...
(26-05-2017)

Divorces have adverse effects on health of children: study - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleDivorces have adverse effects on health of children: studyDeccan Chronicle"It is not the break-up in itself that has negative effects on the children's health, but improper handling of the situation by the parents. This is indicated in the scientific literature and validated by our data," SINC was told by co-author María ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

'My children will grow up without their dad' – family slams mental health services after failures led to death in ... - Bristol Post

Bristol Post'My children will grow up without their dad' – family slams mental health services after failures led to death in ...Bristol PostThe partner and mother of a 27-year-old who took his own life in jail have slammed prison officers and mental health services whose failures led to his death. Callum Smith repeatedly self-harmed and threatened to kill himself while remanded in custody ...and more »
(25-05-2017)

'My children will grow up without their dad' – family slams mental ... - Bristol Post

Bristol Post'My children will grow up without their dad' – family slams mental ...Bristol PostCallum Smith was about to welcome a son into his family.and more »
(25-05-2017)

Children with divorced parents are less healthy | Daily Mail Online - Daily Mail

Daily MailChildren with divorced parents are less healthy | Daily Mail OnlineDaily MailResearchers from the universities of Santiago de Compostela and Vigo in Spain believe it is how parents handle the situation, and not the divorce itself, that ...and more »
(25-05-2017)

Children with divorced parents are less healthy - Daily Mail

Daily MailChildren with divorced parents are less healthyDaily MailChildren with divorced parents are twice as likely to have health problems than those from united families, according to new research. Parental separation leaves children at double the risk of developing issues with their gut, skin, nervous system and ...and more »
(25-05-2017)

Mohave County Department of Health keeps an eye on children's health - Today's News-Herald

Mohave County Department of Health keeps an eye on children's healthToday's News-HeraldAmong the challenges they identified were needs for specialized health care and insurance; recreation and activities for families with special needs children; education and support for special needs students after graduation; recognition and awareness ...and more »
(25-05-2017)


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