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Obesity grows amongst Swiss Children
The International Journal of Obesity today presented a report which looks at the rise in childhood obesity in Switzerland and directly relates the rise to a decline in physical activity.

 

(28-11-2006)
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Ebola crisis: Children tested for virus in Newcastle - BBC News

BBC NewsEbola crisis: Children tested for virus in NewcastleBBC NewsThe children had shown viral symptoms and spent time in Africa. They are also undergoing tests for malaria. Public Health England, which admitted it was uncertain where in Africa they came from and when they arrived in the UK, said it was "unlikely ...Health body confirms children being tested for ebolaITV NewsTwo children tested for ebola in NewcastleTelegraph.co.ukTwo Children In UK Undergoing Tests For EbolaSky NewsDaily Mailall 63 news articles »
(28-11-2014)

[EPHA Report] The effects of the crisis on mental health of children and young ... - European Public Health Alliance

[EPHA Report] The effects of the crisis on mental health of children and young ...European Public Health AllianceThis new report from the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) highlights existing evidence on the detrimental effect of the ongoing economic crisis and austerity-driven measures on the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents in Europe.
(28-11-2014)

Two children being tested for Ebola - The Courier

The CourierTwo children being tested for EbolaThe CourierHe said: "Due to uncertainty about where in Africa the children are from and when they arrived in the UK, as a precaution the children are being tested for Ebola and malaria. "However the clinical and PHE risk assessment is that Ebola is unlikely ...Health body confirms children being tested for ebolaITV NewsTwo children tested for ebola in NewcastleTelegraph.co.ukTwo Children In UK Undergoing Tests For EbolaSky NewsDaily Mailall 61 news articles »
(28-11-2014)

Two children 'tested for Ebola' - The Courier

The CourierTwo children 'tested for Ebola'The CourierPublic Health England (PHE) said it is unlikely the children, who were said to be undergoing tests at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary, have the disease but were being checked as a precaution because it is not known where in Africa they have come from.
(28-11-2014)

Flu: Vaccine ' given to too few young children' - BBC News

BBC NewsFlu: Vaccine ' given to too few young children'BBC NewsThe uptake is down on the same point last year, the first time children were routinely immunised against flu. Public Health England said that young children were "super-spreaders" and stopping flu in children would protect their parents and grandparents.Dame Sally Davies says it is crucial two to four-year-old children get flu ...Daily MailThe secret to dodging winter flu: Stay away – from toddlersThe IndependentParents urged to get 'superspreader' toddlers vaccinated against fluThe GuardianTelegraph.co.uk -The Times (subscription)all 45 news articles »
(28-11-2014)

Huddles 'help children's hospital care' - BBC News

BBC NewsHuddles 'help children's hospital care'BBC NewsIt's good to talk, we're always told. And now child health expert Dr Peter Lachman says "huddles" - informal meetings of hospital staff - are a simple way of improving children's hospital care. A lot can be said for good communication - it's a simple ...and more »
(28-11-2014)

Health body confirms children being tested for ebola - ITV News

Telegraph.co.ukHealth body confirms children being tested for ebolaITV News"Due to uncertainty about where in Africa the children are from and when they arrived in the UK, as a precaution the children are being tested for both malaria and ebola. "However, the clinical and Public Health England risk assessment is that ebola is ...Children 'tested for ebola' at North East hospitalHartlepool MailEbola crisis: Two children tested for deadly in Newcastle after arriving in UK ...Mirror.co.ukall 9 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

French Health and Safety Body Recommends Children Under 6 Avoid 3D ... - Nintendo Life

Nintendo LifeFrench Health and Safety Body Recommends Children Under 6 Avoid 3D ...Nintendo LifeThe 3D viewing issue has re-emerged, however, with French Health & Safety body ANSES adopting Italian-based research to issue formal recommendations that children under 6 years old do not view 3D, while older children should minimise use.and more »
(27-11-2014)

40% of children in India do not have a healthy BMI: study - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & Analysis40% of children in India do not have a healthy BMI: studyDaily News & AnalysisSchool children in the country are lagging in health and fitness parameters with 40% of kids not having a healthy BMI and required endurance levels, says a countrywide study, warning that the current generation was heading towards an "unhealthy future".40% of school children lack healthy BMI: StudyTimes of IndiaSchool children in India lack in physical health and fitness, shows national studyBusiness Standard40 percent of Indian kids don't have healthy BMI: StudyZee NewsIndian Expressall 7 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

French health agency says children shouldn't view 3D games or video - MCV

MCVFrench health agency says children shouldn't view 3D games or videoMCVThe French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) has issued a worrying warning for parents concerning the use of 3D screens. A report advises that children under the age of six should never view 3D films or play 3D ...Is it harmful for children to watch 3D movies and games?New Scientistall 4 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

Locking up children with mental health conditions must end - Liberal Democrats

Liberal DemocratsLocking up children with mental health conditions must endLiberal DemocratsIn England last year, more than 200 under 18s who suffered a mental health crisis were held in police cells instead of being taken to health based places of safety. These children were locked up due to staff shortages and lack of appropriate facilities ...New alert system to spot abused and neglected children goes liveOnMedicaall 39 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

Children's mental health key to future employment prospects - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressChildren's mental health key to future employment prospectsMedical XpressThe data was used to assess the mental health of British children and monitor them as they entered the labour force in the mid-1980s and 1970s respectively. Children were categorized as being 'highly distressed' if they reported frequent feelings of ...
(27-11-2014)

ABOUT a third of children in England and Scotland are overweight or obese ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukABOUT a third of children in England and Scotland are overweight or obese ...Express.co.ukAnd two in five 11-year-olds in Wales and Northern Ireland are either overweight or obese, compared to 35 per cent in England and a third in Scotland. The study found the less educated the parents, the more likely a child would be overweight or obese.Half of children are overweight before they even reach 11Daily MailFifth of millennium babies 'obese' by age of 11BBC NewsOne in five children 'obese by 11'The CourierTelegraph.co.uk -Southwales Evening Postall 64 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

Wales has the highest percentage of children who are overweight or obese in ... - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineWales has the highest percentage of children who are overweight or obese in ...WalesOnline“One of the key issues we now need to focus on is why there was such a sharp increase in overweight and obesity among the MCS children between ages 7 and 11,” she said. Public Health Wales said the figures represent a “stark reminder” of the health ...Parents with degrees are less likely to have overweight childrenSouthwales Evening PostWales has more obese children than rest of the UK, study findsCarmarthen JournalOne third of 11-year-olds in the UK are overweight or obese, our new study showsThe Conversation UKBBC Newsall 6 news articles »
(27-11-2014)

Minister: Children with mental health problems should 'never' be kept in cells - The Independent

The IndependentMinister: Children with mental health problems should 'never' be kept in cellsThe IndependentNew figures released by the Department of Health reveal that some progress is now being made, with a 24 per cent drop in cases so far this year. Mr Lamb said that it was not acceptable for under 18s suffering a mental health problem to be held at a ...and more »
(27-11-2014)


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