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Safety Tip: Learn Infant CPR And First Aid - North American Press Syndicate

North American Press SyndicateSafety Tip: Learn Infant CPR And First AidNorth American Press Syndicate(NAPSI)—More than 9.2 million children are treated in the ER for nonfatal injuries every year, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—but your kids don't have to be among them. You'll be better able to protect your youngsters if you ...
(23-07-2014)

Many Overweight Kids Think They're Thinner Than They Are - Health.com

Health.comMany Overweight Kids Think They're Thinner Than They AreHealth.comWEDNESDAY, July 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Many obese and overweight American children and teens look in the mirror and tell themselves their weight is fine, U.S. health officials reported Wednesday. “Being overweight or obese is associated with ...Many Kids Who Are Obese Or Overweight Don't Know ItNPR (blog)Most Overweight Kids Don't Think They're HeavyLiveScience.comMany kids don't have a realistic take on their weightUSA TODAYall 56 news articles »
(23-07-2014)

Bowie parents concerned county is “celling out” children's health - Gazette.Net: Maryland Community News Online

Bowie parents concerned county is “celling out” children's healthGazette.Net: Maryland Community News OnlineTwenty-five thousand dollars. According to some Bowie parents, that's the price that has been set on their children's health and well-being. Benjamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie is one of the first Prince George's County schools scheduled to have a ...and more »
(23-07-2014)

California Ranks 40th in Children's Well-Being - KQED (blog)

California Ranks 40th in Children's Well-BeingKQED (blog)The report looks at four indicators of children's well-being: family stability, economic stability, health, and education. This year, California inched up one spot to 40th overall, but ranked 26th in the health category. Some of that progress is due to ...
(23-07-2014)

California Ranks 26th in US for Child Health, Report Finds - California Healthline

LA School ReportCalifornia Ranks 26th in US for Child Health, Report FindsCalifornia HealthlineShe said that parents of children in low-income households "may have to think a little bit longer before taking them to [the] doctor if there's a copay or prescription that has to be filled," which can put the children at higher risk for health ...Report lists California 40th for children's wellnessThe Desert SunCA low among states in children's well-being, says new reportLA School Reportall 3 news articles »
(23-07-2014)

The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd Think - WBUR

The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd ThinkWBURClose to 60,000 children have crossed illegally into the U.S. since last October. They've sparked a crisis. But is it a humanitarian crisis or a public health one? The children carry "swine flu, dengue fever, Ebola virus, and tuberculosis," and can ...and more »
(23-07-2014)

Ga. making progress in health of children, but economic welfare lags - Insurance News Net

Ga. making progress in health of children, but economic welfare lagsInsurance News NetJuly 23 --The overall health and education of children has improved across Georgia over the past 10 years, but their economic well-being has worsened. Those were among the findings of the 25th anniversary report from the Kids Count data book, released ...and more »
(23-07-2014)

Education and health improve for Ohio kids, but poverty persists - Napoleon Northwest Signal

Education and health improve for Ohio kids, but poverty persistsNapoleon Northwest SignalData from the 2014 Kids Count Data Book finds Ohio largely following national trends, and making progress in education and children's health since 2005. But according to Dawn Wallace-Pascoe, Kids Count project manager with the Children's Defense ...and more »
(23-07-2014)

Gaza conflict will traumatise a generation of children - New Scientist

New ScientistGaza conflict will traumatise a generation of childrenNew ScientistThe rates of full-blown PTSD may be worse this time due to the intensity of the shelling, warns co-author Panos Vostanis at the Greenwood Institute of Child Health at the University of Leicester, UK. "I'd expect them to be at least 60 to 70 per cent in ...and more »
(23-07-2014)

Keeping kids healthy - Jackson Sun

Jackson SunKeeping kids healthyJackson SunFor students from preschool to college, vaccinations are at the top of back-to-school lists for helping prevent diseases and keeping children healthy throughout the school year. Dr. Mechelle Taylor-Moragne, medical director at East Jackson Family ...
(23-07-2014)

Researchers emphasize parent's role in keeping kids at a healthy weight - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsResearchers emphasize parent's role in keeping kids at a healthy weightYahoo NewsResearchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine surveyed a group of parents whose children were undergoing obesity treatment and found many of them unwilling to acknowledge weight problems and the health implications they ...
(23-07-2014)

Media coverage of disasters: helping children cope - ABC Online

ABC OnlineMedia coverage of disasters: helping children copeABC Online... based at Australian National University; she says evidence shows excessive exposure to disaster-related news coverage can traumatise some children and this why the World Health Organisation recommends children not be shown this type of coverage.
(23-07-2014)

Iowa Leads Nation in Child Health - KCRG

KARKIowa Leads Nation in Child HealthKCRGThat's just one piece of good news for the state from the nationwide 2014 Kids Count report, which the Annie E. Casey Foundation released today. The data comes from federal statistical agencies, the foundation said. Iowa rose to third place in the ...Mass. Kids Better Off Than Rest of NationBoston.comGa. making progress in health of children, but economic welfare lagsInsurance News NetIowa tops in the US for children's healthQuad City TimesKARK -SFGate -USA TODAYall 522 news articles »
(23-07-2014)

Children are game to learn about health with apps - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerChildren are game to learn about health with appsIrish ExaminerComputer games to promote healthy tummies might seem ironic, but two new apps aim to help kids of all ages better appreciate the benefits of keeping their guts in good working order. Researchers and developers at University College Cork recently ...
(22-07-2014)

Health & fitness: Countdown to kindergarten means a big transition for children - Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-UnionHealth & fitness: Countdown to kindergarten means a big transition for childrenFlorida Times-UnionKindergarten. The word conjures up memories of playgrounds, reading castles and nap time. Seemingly, just yesterday these babies were born, and now they are 5 years old and heading off to “big school.” What can you do to help the transition to ...
(22-07-2014)


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