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Portion distortion may lead to bigger figures
US scientists at Rutgers University in New Jersey have found that portions of ready-to-serve and restaurant food have increased over the past 20 years. (05-09-2006)
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2 ads bring children's health into the spotlight - KSL.com

KSL.com2 ads bring children's health into the spotlightKSL.comTwo new ads are hitting television sets around the Intermountain West, drawing attention to children. The first of the two shows children rifling through convenience store goodies, loading up on treats. Locke Ettinger, director of health promotion for ...and more »
(04-09-2015)

Kate confirmed for new engagement at children's mental health charity - hellomagazine.com

hellomagazine.comKate confirmed for new engagement at children's mental health charityhellomagazine.comThe Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, will carry out an official engagement in London in September. The mother-of-two will visit the Anna Freud Centre on 17 September to see their work in children's mental health care, Kensington Palace has ...Kate Middleton to visit Anna Freud centre on 17 SeptemberRevealall 3 news articles »
(04-09-2015)

UK HealthCare, Cincinnati Children's Sign Letter of Intent for Potential ... - UKNow (press release)

WKYTUK HealthCare, Cincinnati Children's Sign Letter of Intent for Potential ...UKNow (press release)The partnership combines the strengths of the region's leading provider of advanced subspecialty care in UK HealthCare with one of the country's undisputed leaders in children's health care, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. The ...UK, Cincinnati to partner on children's heart careThe Courier-Journalall 36 news articles »
(04-09-2015)

More Young Kids Are Being Diagnosed With ADHD — And That's a Good Thing - Yahoo Health

Yahoo HealthMore Young Kids Are Being Diagnosed With ADHD — And That's a Good ThingYahoo HealthData from this report was taken from the 2014 National Survey of the Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD and Tourette Syndrome. This study followed up on the 2011-2012 National Survey of Children's Health, polling around 3,000 parents about the methods ...More Parents Catching Early Signs of ADHD in Children, Study SaysABC NewsMore ADHD cases being diagnosed at younger ages, report findsCNNADHD in children: cases have increased, study findsLatinos HealthCBS News -WebMDall 108 news articles »
(04-09-2015)

Overly-controlling parents cause their children lifelong psychological damage ... - The Independent

The IndependentOverly-controlling parents cause their children lifelong psychological damage ...The Independent“Parents also give us stable base from which to explore the world while warmth and responsiveness has been shown to promote social and emotional development,” said Dr Mai Stafford, of the Medical Research Council's (MRC) Lifelong Health and Ageing ...Controlling parents 'harm future mental health'BBC NewsChildren of warmer, less controlling parents 'grow up to be happier'Medical News TodayChildren of more caring, less controlling parents live happier livesHealthCanal.comDaily Mail -Science World Reportall 11 news articles »
(03-09-2015)

How Young is Too Young for an ADHD Diagnosis? - Health.com

Health.comHow Young is Too Young for an ADHD Diagnosis?Health.com3, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Almost a third of U.S. children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were diagnosed before the age of 6, even though there aren't many valid tests to support diagnosis in children that young, a new federal ...More Parents Catching Early Signs of ADHD in Children, Study SaysABC NewsMore ADHD cases being diagnosed at younger ages, report findsCNNOne-Third of Kids With ADHD Diagnosed Before Age 6WebMDWBUR -CBS Newsall 44 news articles »
(03-09-2015)

In the Fight for Our Children's Mental Health, Previous Generations Must Not ... - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKIn the Fight for Our Children's Mental Health, Previous Generations Must Not ...Huffington Post UKMore importantly, they challenge the woefully inadequate provision of mental health services for children and young people. However, I am perturbed by the assertion, often explicit and sometimes implied, that today's young people face pressures on a ...
(03-09-2015)

Does homework help or hinder young children? - The Independent

The IndependentDoes homework help or hinder young children?The IndependentEmpirical studies have linked excessive homework to sleep disruption, indicating a negative relationship between the amount of homework, perceived stress and physical health. What constitutes excessive amounts of homework varies by age, and may also ...
(03-09-2015)

Health for children in Cambridgeshire is a postcode lottery, says a new report - Wisbech Standard

Wisbech StandardHealth for children in Cambridgeshire is a postcode lottery, says a new reportWisbech StandardThousands of children starting school in Cambridgeshire are obese and have tooth decay, according to a new report, which says health care for young people differs dramatically depending where you live.and more »
(03-09-2015)

Children with mild mental health issues are often overlooked - Deseret News

Deseret NewsChildren with mild mental health issues are often overlookedDeseret NewsYoung people like J.D. fall into a gray area somewhere between a formal diagnosis and clean bill of mental health. They can fail to show up on the radar of a health care system already struggling to treat children with serious mental illnesses, leaving ...and more »
(03-09-2015)

Children Battling Health Setbacks Attend Hooks Game - KIII TV3

KIII TV3Children Battling Health Setbacks Attend Hooks GameKIII TV3Some very special guests attended Wednesday night's Corpus Christi Hooks game. A 16-year-old boy suffering from junior arthritis and a 6-year-old girl battling a brain tumor both threw out the first pitch. Among those there to encourage the kids ...and more »
(03-09-2015)

American Academy of Pediatrics say feed your children PEANUTS to prevent allergy - Daily Mail

Daily MailAmerican Academy of Pediatrics say feed your children PEANUTS to prevent allergyDaily Mail'Health care providers should recommend introducing peanut-containing products into the diets of high-risk infants between ages four and 11 months. 'Because there is a risk that such infants could already be peanut-allergic, the guidance suggests that ...Prevent Peanut Allergies by Giving Kids Peanuts, Doctors SayTIMEall 52 news articles »
(03-09-2015)

Children whose mothers enter pregnancy overweight are 'more likely to develop ... - The Independent

The IndependentChildren whose mothers enter pregnancy overweight are 'more likely to develop ...The Independent“Given that we know being overweight significantly increases risk of gestational diabetes, we need to get across the message to women that making sure they are a healthy weight is important for their child's health and that this health benefit may ...Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenYahoo News UKDiabetes risk higher for children born during a famine, study revealsTheHealthSiteall 53 news articles »
(02-09-2015)

Children whose mothers enter pregnancy overweight 'more likely to develop ... - The Independent

The IndependentChildren whose mothers enter pregnancy overweight 'more likely to develop ...The Independent“Given that we know being overweight significantly increases risk of gestational diabetes, we need to get across the message to women that making sure they are a healthy weight is important for their child's health and that this health benefit may ...Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenYahoo News UKall 39 news articles »
(02-09-2015)

Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children - Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UKPregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenYahoo News UKWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more ...Children whose mothers enter pregnancy overweight 'more likely to develop ...The Independentall 3 news articles »
(02-09-2015)


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