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Trans fats lead to increased rate of heart disease - strongest association to date
High consumption of trans fat, found mainly in partially hydrogenated vegetable oils and widely used by the food industry, has been linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). New York and Philadelphia have passed measures eliminating its use in restaurants, and other cities are considering similar bans. (28-03-2007)
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Diabetes in Children: 5 Risk Factors That Are Impacting Kids' Health - NDTV

NDTVDiabetes in Children: 5 Risk Factors That Are Impacting Kids' HealthNDTVAt a time when one in three 10-year-old children are overweight or obese, and one in three five-year-olds has tooth decay, the health risks posed by failure to tackle sugar intake are serious," stated Professor Neena Modi, lead author of the study. The ...and more »
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Proposed Law Would Require All California Children To Be ... - Kaiser Health News

Kaiser Health NewsProposed Law Would Require All California Children To Be ...Kaiser Health NewsUnder the current statute, kids are tested for lead only if they're on certain government programs or live in older buildings. That leaves many other California ...and more »
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Proposed Law Would Require All California Children To Be Screened For Lead - Kaiser Health News

Kaiser Health NewsProposed Law Would Require All California Children To Be Screened For LeadKaiser Health NewsThe bill, introduced by Assemblyman Bill Quirk (D-Hayward), would change the state's Health and Safety Code to require testing for all children ages 6 months to 6 years. Current regulations require lead testing only for children in government ...and more »
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Factors influencing children's health: Immunizations - Amandala

AmandalaFactors influencing children's health: ImmunizationsAmandalaHello everyone. Today we'll share some valuable information about some of the factors that influence children's health: Immunizations. Vaccinations are developed to guard children and adults against potentially lethal and previously prevalent childhood ...
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North Carolina continues to get mixed grades for children's health issues - Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem JournalNorth Carolina continues to get mixed grades for children's health issuesWinston-Salem JournalThe uninsured rate has dropped by half since 2009, in large part to 1.2 million children being covered by the state version of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), 55,000 children covered in households gaining insurance on the ...and more »
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North Carolina continues to get mixed grades for children's health ... - Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem JournalNorth Carolina continues to get mixed grades for children's health ...Winston-Salem JournalOverall health conditions for North Carolina children continue to be a mixed bag, according to an annual report timed for release today by the nonprofit groups ...and more »
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Being a parent makes you live longer, study suggests - The Independent

U.S. News & World ReportBeing a parent makes you live longer, study suggestsThe Independent“Children can provide support in navigating the healthcare system, how to take medication, providing emotional support,” Dr Modig told The Independent. A follow-up study is planned to examine the effect of these aspects in more detail, she added. While ...Study: If You're Trying to Live Longer, Have KidsU.S. News & World ReportParenthood can help you live longer in older age, research suggestsThe GuardianHaving Children May Help Increase the Life Span of Parents: StudyNDTVThe Indian Express -Daily Sabah -Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health - The BMJall 84 news articles »
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Exercise levels decline 'long before adolescence' - BBC News - BBC News

CBC.caExercise levels decline 'long before adolescence' - BBC NewsBBC NewsIt all starts around the time children start school and spend more time sitting, a study suggests.Children's physical activity starts declining at age 7, UK study indicatesCBC.caExercise levels decline 'long before adolescence'BBC Newsall 27 news articles »
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Exercise levels decline 'long before adolescence' - BBC News

BBC NewsExercise levels decline 'long before adolescence'BBC NewsEustace de Sousa, national lead for children, young people and families at Public Health England, said: "It's a major concern that one in five children leaves primary school obese. "Most children don't do enough physical activity, which has ...and more »
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Diabetes WARNING: Increased risk for kids spending three hours a day watching screens - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukDiabetes WARNING: Increased risk for kids spending three hours a day watching screensExpress.co.ukBut now new research suggests children who spend too much time in front of screens could also be at risk. A research team studied a sample of nearly 4,500 9 to10-year-old pupils from 200 primary schools in London, Birmingham and Leicester. The ...Kids' risk of diabetes rises with too much screen timeThe VergeWatching TV three hours a day linked to child diabetesThe IndependentChildren glued to screens 'at greater risk of diabetes'iNewsDaily Mail -NDTV -Irish Timesall 37 news articles »
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Mattel commits $50 million to UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital | UCLA - UCLA Newsroom

UCLA NewsroomMattel commits $50 million to UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital | UCLAUCLA NewsroomThe gift from Mattel, Inc. will help the hospital continually improve care and outcomes for children. Mattel, Inc. announced today a $50 million gift to UCLA Health ...Barbie brings $50 million to UCLA for kids healthMyNewsLA.comToy company Mattel donates $50 million to UCLA children's hospitalDaily Bruinall 3 news articles »
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Mattel commits $50 million to UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital - UCLA Newsroom

UCLA NewsroomMattel commits $50 million to UCLA Mattel Children's HospitalUCLA NewsroomMattel, Inc. announced today a $50 million gift to UCLA Health that will fund an expansion of the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital and help establish a world-class pediatric care center and research hub focused on improving children's health. A ...Barbie brings $50 million to UCLA for kids healthMyNewsLA.comToy company Mattel donates $50 million to UCLA children's hospitalDaily Bruinall 3 news articles »
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Pollution plays havoc with children's health! - The Daily Star

The Daily StarPollution plays havoc with children's health!The Daily StarThanks to the World Health Organisation (WHO), we now have a clearer picture of what indoor and outdoor pollution is doing to our children's health. Let's take a look at the facts. 280,000 children (under 5) die in Bangladesh annually due to pollution.
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Florida KidCare, applications for children's health insurance - PR Newswire (press release)

Florida KidCare, applications for children's health insurancePR Newswire (press release)WESTON, Florida, March 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- SALUD al día magazine recommends attending this health event, to get help with the ...and more »
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Obesity is the 'HIV of our age': Warning over condition linked to FIFTEEN cancers - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukObesity is the 'HIV of our age': Warning over condition linked to FIFTEEN cancersExpress.co.ukThe 'Obesity – An Emerging Menace' summit, at St Thomas' Hospital in London, has focussed on how to stop the increase in rates of obesity, especially among children. Dr Jude Oben, a Consultant Gastroenterologist and Obesity Physician at Guy's and St ...
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