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Homer is obese but not because he overeats
‘I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman’. Homer Simpson (28-07-2007)
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Summit County pediatrician explores health effects of altitude on children - Summit Daily News

Summit County pediatrician explores health effects of altitude on childrenSummit Daily NewsSummit County pediatrician Dr. Christine Ebert-Santos holds a patient in this file photo from 2011. Ebert-Santos will present her findings on pneumonia and high altitude pulmonary edema at the High Altitude Summit in Breckenridge on Saturday, Sept.
(28-07-2014)

Families gather to celebrate the health of children born premature - NBC Montana

NBC MontanaFamilies gather to celebrate the health of children born prematureNBC Montana"We all get so close while these babies are staying in our NICU so it's just nice to see people again," said Children Services Director, Kim Mckearnan. Grace is now two and half years old. She still deals with some minor health issues, but she's like ...and more »
(28-07-2014)

Texas Foster Children Health Care News - Citizens Commission on Human Rights of St. Louis

Texas Foster Children Health Care NewsCitizens Commission on Human Rights of St. LouisFor a youth taking prescription medication, the department shall ensure that the youth's transition plan includes provisions to assist the youth in managing the use of the medication and in managing the child's long-term physical and mental health ...
(27-07-2014)

AHA grant will help promote CV health for high-risk children - Healio

AHA grant will help promote CV health for high-risk childrenHealioFour US institutions have been named an American Heart Association Strategically Focused Prevention Research Network Center and received a $15 million grant to promote CV health among high-risk children and their caregivers. The grant was awarded ...
(27-07-2014)

31 percent of parents tag their obese kids as very healthy: Survey - Tech Times

Tech Times31 percent of parents tag their obese kids as very healthy: SurveyTech TimesIncreasing evidence shows that parents have an important role in teaching healthy habits to children. The team said that parents could keep their children healthy and manage weight problems by accepting the importance of being physically active ...Parents Rank Their Obese Children as “Very Healthy”UCSD Medical CenterParents 'not taking children's obesity seriously'NetdoctorParents of obese children do not realize health concernsThe Westside StoryLiveScience.com -Washington Post -Daily Digestall 95 news articles »
(27-07-2014)

Health: "Tofi" children at risk of heart disease or type 2 diabetes, say ... - Western Daily Press

Health: "Tofi" children at risk of heart disease or type 2 diabetes, say ...Western Daily PressAn epidemic of inactivity means many slim-looking children are dangerously unfit, according to shocking new research. One million British children classed as healthy by the Government could have "hidden" fat which puts them at risk of an early death ...
(27-07-2014)

Restricted diets for children require planning but can be healthy - Columbus Dispatch

Columbus DispatchRestricted diets for children require planning but can be healthyColumbus DispatchBut some health professionals caution against the trend. A child's digestive system might not be able to pull the nutrients out of plant-based foods as effectively as an adult's, said Liz Weinandy, a dietitian at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical ...
(27-07-2014)

Britain's TOFI* kids health time-bomb: *That's Thin Outside but Fat Inside ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailBritain's TOFI* kids health time-bomb: *That's Thin Outside but Fat Inside ...Daily MailHe added: 'There's a raft of children who have been overlooked because they have a “healthy” BMI. This matters because the more fat you have, compared to muscle, the more likely you are to develop type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease in later life.Slim children in Gloucestershire could be at risk from hidden health problems ...Gloucester CitizenA million children at risk because of hidden fatTelegraph.co.ukall 7 news articles »
(27-07-2014)

Children undergoing surgery need special care with anesthesia - MiamiHerald.com

MiamiHerald.comChildren undergoing surgery need special care with anesthesiaMiamiHerald.comChildren are usually given a sedative such as a liquid form of midazolam before surgery, which eases stress and induces sedation, said Dr. Lydia Jorge-Reynolds, assistant professor of pediatric anesthesia at the University of Miami at Jackson Memorial ...
(26-07-2014)

Thin outside, but still dangerously fat: Why one million slim-looking children ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailThin outside, but still dangerously fat: Why one million slim-looking children ...Daily MailHe added: 'There's a raft of children who have been overlooked because they have a “healthy” BMI. This matters because the more fat you have, compared to muscle, the more likely you are to develop type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease in later life.and more »
(26-07-2014)

Free health care event helps uninsured kids - Charlotte Observer

Free health care event helps uninsured kidsCharlotte ObserverChildren leave with their new backpacks in tow at a free event in the University City area on Saturday. Along with free physicals, the event provided school supplies and hundreds of backpacks for children entering Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in the fall.and more »
(26-07-2014)

Survey: Economic setbacks threaten child health - Insurance News Net

Survey: Economic setbacks threaten child healthInsurance News Net"We know what children need to be successful -- a healthy start in life, stable families, a quality education, and safe and secure communities," said Laila A. Bell , director of research and data at NC Child, home of the N.C. KIDS Count project. "These ...Casey Foundation's 25th Kids Count Data Book offers rays of hope, warnings to ...allvoicesall 19 news articles »
(26-07-2014)

INTERVIEW: Habits to Ensure Good Health for Children - KSTP.com

INTERVIEW: Habits to Ensure Good Health for ChildrenKSTP.comKSTP's Jessica Miles talks with nurse practitioner, Chris McNabney, about ways to make sure your kids are developing good habits to stay healthy. They talk about sunscreen, vaccinations, and keeping kids hydrated while playing sports.
(26-07-2014)

Annual children's health fair is Saturday in Crestview - Crestview News Bulletin

WEARAnnual children's health fair is Saturday in CrestviewCrestview News BulletinCRESTVIEW — The annual No Child Without Healthcare Fair goes through 2 p.m. tomorrow, July 26, with registration beginning at 9 a.m., offering free health screenings and exams for all families. The annual event is held at Crestview High School and ...Free Health Screenings in CrestviewWEARall 5 news articles »
(25-07-2014)

Parents of obese kids aren't always willing to admit their child has a health ... - Washington Post

Atlanta Black StarParents of obese kids aren't always willing to admit their child has a health ...Washington PostMore than one in three children in the United States are obese or overweight, so pediatricians already have their work cut out for them. But there's now evidence that they may need to start treating parents for an acute case of denial. A recent study ...Parents of obese children do not realize health concernsThe Westside StoryMany Parents Think Their Obese Child's Health Is GoodLiveScience.comParents 'not taking children's obesity seriously'NetdoctorAtlanta Black Star -Daily Digest -WebMDall 88 news articles »
(25-07-2014)


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