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Move to ban killer fats from food
Supermarket chains Tesco, Asda and Sainsburys last night (02/08/06) announced a deadline for removing killer fats from their own brand foods. (03-08-2006)
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Edward Health 'child sex claims': Wiltshire Police statement in full - The Independent

The IndependentEdward Health 'child sex claims': Wiltshire Police statement in fullThe Independent“Following the announcement today regarding an independent investigation by the IPCC into allegations concerning how Wiltshire Police handled an alleged claim of child sex abuse made in the 1990's, we are carrying out enquiries to identify if there are ...and more »
(03-08-2015)

Children as young as TWO sent to NHS 'fat camps' to tackle obesity crisis - Daily Mail

Daily MailChildren as young as TWO sent to NHS 'fat camps' to tackle obesity crisisDaily MailChildren as young as two are being sent to NHS 'fat camps' in a bid to tackle an obesity crisis, a health authority revealed today. More than 700 children aged two to 18 have been referred to the paediatric weight management programme run in Lothian in ...Number of children as young as TWO sent to NHS 'fat camp' TRIPLED in one areaExpress.co.ukObesity crisis: Kids aged two sent to NHS 'fat camps'Edinburgh Evening NewsChildren as young as two being sent to NHS fat camps as obesity crisis continuesWestern Daily Pressall 12 news articles »
(03-08-2015)

Fussy Eating In Children May Signal Mental Health Issues Such As Depression ... - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKFussy Eating In Children May Signal Mental Health Issues Such As Depression ...Huffington Post UKDr Zucker added: "These are children whose eating has become so limited or selective that it's starting to cause problems. Impairment can take many different forms. "It can affect the child's health, growth, social functioning, and the parent-child ...and more »
(03-08-2015)

Picky eating in young children may signal mental health issues - Care Appointments

Picky eating in young children may signal mental health issuesCare AppointmentsDr Zucker added: "These are children whose eating has become so limited or selective that it's starting to cause problems. Impairment can take many different forms. It can affect the child's health, growth, social functioning, and the parent-child ...
(03-08-2015)

Obesity crisis: Kids aged two sent to NHS 'fat camps' - Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening NewsObesity crisis: Kids aged two sent to NHS 'fat camps'Edinburgh Evening NewsNew official figures reveal that in 2011/12, NHS Lothian spent £92,000 referring 168 children to its paediatric weight management service. In 2013/14 the health board spent £140,000 treating 348 children. The number of two to 11-year-olds treated at ...Children as young as two being sent to NHS fat camps as obesity crisis continuesWestern Daily Pressall 3 news articles »
(03-08-2015)

Kids In Crisis: Health bosses pledge £500k for children's mental health services - Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily MailKids In Crisis: Health bosses pledge £500k for children's mental health servicesHull Daily MailEast Riding Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is increasing the funding for children's mental health services, known as CAMHS, from £2.45m to almost £3m over the next year. Some of the additional funding will be used to develop a "comprehensive crisis ...
(03-08-2015)

Picky eating in young children may signal mental health issues, parents warned - Western Morning News

Western Morning NewsPicky eating in young children may signal mental health issues, parents warnedWestern Morning NewsPicky eating in small children may be a sign of serious mental health problems that should not be ignored, say experts. Parents and doctors who view food fussiness as a passing phase could be making a grave mistake, a study suggests. Even “moderate” ...and more »
(03-08-2015)

Picky eating in young children may signal mental health issues, parents warned - BT.com

BT.comPicky eating in young children may signal mental health issues, parents warnedBT.comDr Zucker added: "These are children whose eating has become so limited or selective that it's starting to cause problems. Impairment can take many different forms. It can affect the child's health, growth, social functioning, and the parent-child ...and more »
(03-08-2015)

Children who are picky-eaters may have mental health issues - BT.com

BT.comChildren who are picky-eaters may have mental health issuesBT.comPicky eating in small children may be a sign of serious mental problems that should not be ignored, say experts. Parents and doctors who view food fussiness as a passing phase could be making a grave mistake, a study suggests. Even “moderate” pickiness ...Picky eating in young children may signal mental health issues, parents warnedYahoo News UKChildren who are fussy eaters may be anxious or depressed, say scientistsThe IndependentFussy eating in children a sign of mental illness say researchersMirror.co.ukCTV Newsall 36 news articles »
(03-08-2015)

Delhi government plans health survey of children under five - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressDelhi government plans health survey of children under fiveThe Indian ExpressDelhi government plans health survey of children under five. Officials will conduct health check-ups and necessary treatment will be provided in government health facilities if any ailment is identified.and more »
(02-08-2015)

Getting Children to Form Healthy Dental Habits During School - Gazette Review

Gazette ReviewGetting Children to Form Healthy Dental Habits During SchoolGazette ReviewAs summer winds down, we have to start thinking about the kids going back to school. This means that children will be eating school lunches or packed lunches, and obviously, you want your kids to eat healthy while out and about at school. A lot of ...Dental check-ups urged for young childrenBundaberg News Mailall 2 news articles »
(02-08-2015)

Fast food generation: Top tips to make sure your children get enough nutrients - Express.co.uk

Fast food generation: Top tips to make sure your children get enough nutrientsExpress.co.ukTeens eat an average of only two of their recommended five a day of fruit and veg: “It's an awful figure and it's not improving, whereas adults are now getting 4.1 of their five a day,” says dietician Dr Carrie Ruxton, of the Health Supplements ...
(01-08-2015)

Children should teach families about obesity - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukChildren should teach families about obesityTelegraph.co.ukJeremy Hunt, the health secretary, has said that he will make tackling the "great scandal" of childhood obesity one of his main priorities in this Parliament. The latest figures reveal that one in 10 children are obese when they start primary school ...
(01-08-2015)

HEALTH AND CARE: Keep children safe in the sun - Worthing Herald

Worthing HeraldHEALTH AND CARE: Keep children safe in the sunWorthing HeraldCover exposed parts of your child's skin with sunscreen, even on cloudy or overcast days. Use one that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or above and is effective against UVA and UVB. Don't forget to apply it to their shoulders, nose, ears ...and more »
(01-08-2015)

Survey: Ga. Children's Health, Education See Improvements - WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FMSurvey: Ga. Children's Health, Education See ImprovementsWABE 90.1 FMChildren in Georgia are doing better than they were a few years ago, especially in the areas of health and education. That's the conclusion of the annual Kids Count Data Book by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The yearly survey measures the quality of ...and more »
(31-07-2015)


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