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Network Health Dietitian and Grub4Life Report Highlights

Nigel Denby says: -"It’s surprising and worrying that so many nutrition professionals don’t know how toddlers’ diets differ from older children’s and adults.  If my own profession is unsure it’s little wonder that so many parents and childcare professionals are getting it wrong. As a result of this poll, www.grub4life.org.uk are training and updating dietitians and nutritionists throughout the UK on the fine detail of healthy eating for the under 5s.”

(29-03-2011)
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Child Health Tracker is a great app for parents to manage their child's health ... - iMedicalApps

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Mixed results for Gregg County in children's health report - Longview News-Journal

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Anger over 'national scandal' in care of vulnerable children from region - Yorkshire Post

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More pupils have mental health issues, say school staff - BBC News

BBC NewsMore pupils have mental health issues, say school staffBBC NewsMore children have mental health issues than two years ago, a survey of school teachers suggests. More than half of 850 staff surveyed by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) agreed more pupils had developed problems. On Monday, the ATL's ...Mental health issues affecting more children, teachers sayITV NewsIncreasing numbers of pupils are going to teachers with mental health issues ...WalesOnlineMental health issues 'increasing'Daily Mailall 45 news articles »
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Mental health issues affecting more children, teachers say - ITV News

ITV NewsMental health issues affecting more children, teachers sayITV NewsThe survey, conducted by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), found that 43% of those questioned say that between 10% and 25% of pupils in their school or college have mental health issues such as hyperactivity, eating disorders, substance ...More pupils have mental health issues, say school staffBBC NewsIncreasing numbers of pupils are going to teachers with mental health issues ...WalesOnlineMental health issues 'increasing'Daily Mailall 37 news articles »
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We must give children mental health care they really need, says NHS chief - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)We must give children mental health care they really need, says NHS chiefThe Times (subscription)His intervention coincides with the disclosure that the number of children with mental health problems languishing for hours in casualty units has doubled since 2010. Campaigners said that it underlined the urgency of finding ways to stop vulnerable ...and more »
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Jarvis testified about health needs of Native American children - UB News Center

UB News CenterJarvis testified about health needs of Native American childrenUB News CenterJarvis is of Akwesasne Mohawk ancestry and chairs the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Native American Child Health, has worked on American Indian and Alaska native child health issues for more than 30 years. He conducts research at UB's ...and more »
(27-03-2015)

Obese Children Have Greater Risk for Adult Heart Disease - Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

Health Hub from Cleveland ClinicObese Children Have Greater Risk for Adult Heart DiseaseHealth Hub from Cleveland ClinicFor many people, obesity starts developing in early childhood, when good dietary and exercise habits are neglected. It's important for parents to know there's long-term danger in their children being overweight or obese — it can lead to greater heart ...and more »
(27-03-2015)

Kate on mental health: 'Young people need to know they can ask for help' - hellomagazine.com

hellomagazine.comKate on mental health: 'Young people need to know they can ask for help'hellomagazine.comThe issue of mental health is one that Kate cares deeply about. Earlier this year Prince George's mum showed her support for Children's Mental Health Week by recording a video for Place2Be – the charity she has been royal patron of since 2013.Duchess of Cambridge calls for new attitude on child mental healthThe Times (subscription)Kate: End child mental health tabooshropshirestar.comKate Middleton Continues Advocacy For Children's Mental Health Awareness ...BustleJust Jaredall 419 news articles »
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Mental Health Plays Major Role in Keeping 'Sick' Children Fit - TWC News

TWC NewsMental Health Plays Major Role in Keeping 'Sick' Children FitTWC NewsIt can be particularly challenging to help keep your child fit if they're sick, particularly when they're in the hospital where stress can play a major role in their health. "They can regress. Some kids who were toileting at home sometimes here start ...and more »
(26-03-2015)

Trading Favors: Why the GOP Is Helping Hillary Clinton - The Atlantic

The AtlanticTrading Favors: Why the GOP Is Helping Hillary ClintonThe AtlanticWhen Clinton ran for president in 2008, she touted her role as first lady in "designing and championing" the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, which provided coverage for millions of children whose parents did not qualify for Medicaid but ...Political Threats to the Health of ChildrenHuffington Postall 10 news articles »
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Duchess of Cambridge calls for greater strides in supporting children's mental ... - Royal Central

Royal CentralDuchess of Cambridge calls for greater strides in supporting children's mental ...Royal CentralThe Duchess of Cambridge appealed to parents, teachers and health professionals to give attention to the importance of children's mental health. “I have been heartened to see that so much progress has been made in ending the taboo of adults openly ...
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Column: Raising the alarm on children's health care - Tampabay.com

Orlando SentinelColumn: Raising the alarm on children's health careTampabay.comThe ghost of systems past is haunting children's health care in Florida. Between Florida's system of Medicaid Managed Care and the nature of health plans offered on the Obamacare federal marketplace, kids are once again regarded as afterthoughts in ...Congress must ensure Florida's kids keep health insuranceOrlando SentinelChildren's CEO Durovich On The Need To Prioritize And Renew CHIPD Healthcare Dailyall 4 news articles »
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Healthy Child Service launched in North Yorkshire - Wetherby Today

Wetherby TodayHealthy Child Service launched in North YorkshireWetherby TodayLouise Dunn, principle officer for children and young people's service and public health, said it 'makes sense' different strands that had been commissioned separately, now work together. She said: “It's bringing together different strands that would ...and more »
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Healthy Child Service launched in North Yorkshire - Harrogate Advertiser

Harrogate AdvertiserHealthy Child Service launched in North YorkshireHarrogate AdvertiserLouise Dunn, principle officer for children and young people's service and public health, said it 'makes sense' different strands that had been commissioned separately, now work together. She said: “It's bringing together different strands that would ...and more »
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