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Number of children lacking Vitamin D soars by more than 200% in five years - Daily Mail

Daily MailNumber of children lacking Vitamin D soars by more than 200% in five yearsDaily MailThe number of children with vitamin D deficiency has soared by more than 200 per cent in five years because parents are unaware how important it is for health, a study has revealed. It also exposed a 'worrying' lack of knowledge by GPs and health ...New surge in cases of rickets among Bradford childrenBradford Telegraph and ArgusTripling in children suffering Vitamin D deficiencyTelegraph.co.ukExperts Urge Parents to Make "Every Day a Vitamin D Day", as UK Winter ArrivesPR Newswire UK (press release)all 8 news articles »
(21-10-2014)

Poverty top threat to child health - The Hill

Poverty top threat to child healthThe HillThe paper, written by Glenn Flores of UT Southwestern and Bruce Lesley of First Focus and published in JAMA Pediatrics, calls poverty the top threat to children's health, and calls both the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the child tax credit key ...and more »
(20-10-2014)

Work to improve children's health should start before mother becomes pregnant - HealthCanal.com

Work to improve children's health should start before mother becomes pregnantHealthCanal.comResearchers from the Medical Research Council Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, believe the key to making future generations healthier could lie before the mother becomes pregnant. Writing in the American Journal of Clinical ...
(20-10-2014)

BMI tests 'miss' over a quarter of obese children - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesBMI tests 'miss' over a quarter of obese childrenNHS ChoicesThis may mean the missed children don't get the same support to achieve a healthy weight as those correctly identified as obese, and so remain at a higher risk of developing a range of weight-related diseases, such as type 2 diabetes. BMI has long been ...Hereditary Childhood Obesity Puts Kids At Danger Early; Children Affected As ...Medical DailyObesity link to increased risk for orthopaedic conditions and surgical ...HealthCanal.comall 14 news articles »
(20-10-2014)

Hospitalized children illustrate Christmas boxes for wine lovers, health buffs - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netHospitalized children illustrate Christmas boxes for wine lovers, health buffsInquirer.netHospitalized children illustrate Christmas boxes for wine lovers, health buffs. 'There's no happy ending here,' says store owner Romy Sia. 'But if we ignore the children, because it's too dreary for Christmas, then we are denying they exist'. By Anne A ...
(20-10-2014)

The Hidden Risks of Nightlights for Children - Mother Earth News

Mother Earth NewsThe Hidden Risks of Nightlights for ChildrenMother Earth NewsWhile many kids (and adults, too) might prefer to sleep with a light on, research shows that exposure to artificial light after the sun goes down can disrupt healthy body function and is associated with an increased risk for cancer. So turn off your ...
(20-10-2014)

Bath Rugby players promote kids' healthy eating programme - Bath Chronicle

Bath ChronicleBath Rugby players promote kids' healthy eating programmeBath ChronicleMr Houston and Mr Batty were at the Chippenham school as part of “Something to Chew On", a Premiership Rugby programme which uses rugby as the hook to teach children the benefits of health eating and physical activity. The visit coincided with a ...
(20-10-2014)

Mitzi Parker: October is Children's Health Month - Americus Times-Recorder

Mitzi Parker: October is Children's Health MonthAmericus Times-RecorderOctober is Children's Health Month, and it's a good opportunity for all of us to make sure that we are providing a safe and healthy environment for children in our homes, day care centers and schools. Whether you are a parent of a young child, a ...
(19-10-2014)

Children with chronic health conditions less likely to graduate from high school - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressChildren with chronic health conditions less likely to graduate from high schoolMedical XpressDuring the past four decades, the number of children diagnosed with one or more chronic health conditions has quadrupled. Chronic conditions and their accompanying medical problems create formidable daily challenges, including simply getting to and ...
(17-10-2014)

Quarter of obese children missed by BMI tests could be at risk of diabetes and ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailQuarter of obese children missed by BMI tests could be at risk of diabetes and ...Daily Mail'Our research raises the concern that we very well may be missing a large group of children who potentially could be at risk for these diseases as they get older. 'We hope our results shine a light on this issue for physicians, parents, public health ...
(17-10-2014)

Children's mental health projects now eligible for grants - BBC News

BBC NewsChildren's mental health projects now eligible for grantsBBC NewsGroups offering mental health support to children and young people in England are for the first time eligible for government top-up grants. They will be able to bid for a share of next year's Voluntary and Community Sector Grants, say ministers ...and more »
(17-10-2014)

Camden health report: Services for children with disabilities are 'hit and miss' - Ham&High

Ham&HighCamden health report: Services for children with disabilities are 'hit and miss'Ham&HighA report last month from Healthwatch Camden exposed “hit and miss” services for children with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. “They are hit and miss, because I have had experience of both,” said John, who is preparing to take 11 GSCEs ...
(17-10-2014)

TWO VIEWS: Dr. Daniel Bluestone -- The battle over children's health care - Fresno Bee

TWO VIEWS: Dr. Daniel Bluestone -- The battle over children's health careFresno BeeShockingly, this month Children's Hospital administration cancelled appointments for over 500 children and sent letters to parents and doctors saying that Children's is no longer a part of the patients' health plan network. The hospital said it is "no ...and more »
(17-10-2014)

CQC targeting vulnerable children's GP records in review of safeguarding policies - Pulse

CQC targeting vulnerable children's GP records in review of safeguarding policiesPulseExclusive The CQC is looking at the GP records of the most vulnerable children as part of an inspection programme of child safeguarding policies without consent, Pulse can reveal. The CQC is conducting inspections of health services within local ...and more »
(16-10-2014)

Smoking ban: Boris Johnson says he wants children to be healthy, but his ... - The Independent

The IndependentSmoking ban: Boris Johnson says he wants children to be healthy, but his ...The IndependentLord Darzi's proposal for a complete smoking ban in London's open spaces and parks certainly grabbed the headlines (and got Boris Johnson going), but when it comes to improving the health of Londoners, and the city's children, it misses the point ...Boris Johnson 'fouls' boy in children's football matchTelegraph.co.ukall 103 news articles »
(16-10-2014)


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