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Adults Who Are Overweight and Obese Experience a Lowered Response to Resistance Training
A new study in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research suggests that adults who are overweight and obese experience a lowered response to resistance training when compared to normal weight adults. (25-05-2007)
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Family, Neighborhood Impact Mental Health of Kids - PsychCentral.com (blog)

PsychCentral.com (blog)Family, Neighborhood Impact Mental Health of KidsPsychCentral.com (blog)New research finds that the family and neighborhood environment play a significant role in the mental health of a child. A team of researchers from Sweden and the U.S. reviewed the role of the family environment and neighborhood factors on mental ...Family, neighborhood environments affect mental health outcomes in childrenNews-Medical.netall 5 news articles »
(05-05-2015)

World Asthma Day: Survey finds 35% kids from Indian metros have poor lung ... - Firstpost

FirstpostWorld Asthma Day: Survey finds 35% kids from Indian metros have poor lung ...FirstpostAccording to a recent survey, around 35 percent of school-going children in India suffer from poor lung health. The nationwide survey conducted by the HEAL Foundation as part of its 'Breathe Blue 2015' campaign said that pollution was one of the major ...Bengaluru 2nd Only to Delhi in Kids Suffering Poor Lung HealthThe New Indian Express35 percent of school-going children in India suffer from poor lung health: SurveyZee News35% of Indian children suffer from poor lung health!TheHealthSiteall 90 news articles »
(05-05-2015)

Now's the time to invest in child mental health - The Guardian

The GuardianNow's the time to invest in child mental healthThe GuardianThere has been a growing public and political awareness of the difficulties children, young people and their families have in accessing the right services, and support to help them to get better. This is after the cross-party health select committee ...and more »
(05-05-2015)

Family, neighborhood environments affect mental health outcomes in children - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.netFamily, neighborhood environments affect mental health outcomes in childrenNews-Medical.netA team of researchers from Sweden and the United States have examined the potential role of the family environment and neighborhood factors on mental health outcomes in a new study published in Journal of Psychiatric Research. The study includes ...Family, Neighborhood Impact Mental Health of KidsPsychCentral.com (blog)all 5 news articles »
(05-05-2015)

35 Per cent Children in India Suffer From Poor Lung Health: Survey - NDTV

NDTV35 Per cent Children in India Suffer From Poor Lung Health: SurveyNDTVAccording to nation-wide survey report titled Breathe Blue'15, a worrisome 21 per cent of the children surveyed in Delhi have been tagged with 'Poor' lung capacity in the Lung Health Screening Test (LHST) conducted on them while another 19 per cent ...World Asthma Day: Survey finds 35% kids from Indian metros have poor lung ...Firstpost35 percent of school-going children in India suffer from poor lung health: SurveyZee News35% of Indian children suffer from poor lung health!TheHealthSiteall 90 news articles »
(05-05-2015)

How the US ranks in maternal and child health - CBS News

CBS NewsHow the US ranks in maternal and child healthCBS NewsSave the Children, a global nonprofit organization aimed at improving the health of children worldwide, ranked 179 countries based on five indicators: maternal health, children's well-being, and education, economic, and political status. When taking ...Delhi among worst places for mothers and childrenLivemintU.S. ranks last in mothers' health among developed nations, study findsMashableChild mortality 'dramatically' reduced in NCR, says global motherhood reportGMA NewsSun.Star -Deutsche Welleall 88 news articles »
(04-05-2015)

Obese children pose challenges for anaesthetists - The Age

Australian Women's WeeklyObese children pose challenges for anaesthetistsThe AgeThe anaesthetist, who works at the Royal Children's Hospital and Dental Hospital in Melbourne, said up to 60 per cent of obese children suffer from sleep apnoea compared with 1 per cent of children at a healthy weight. "They [obese children] get ...Kids so obese doctors can't find veinsAustralian Women's Weeklyall 15 news articles »
(04-05-2015)

New leadership at Children's Health Initiative - Napa Valley Register

Napa Valley RegisterNew leadership at Children's Health InitiativeNapa Valley RegisterMark Diel, who led Napa County's Children's Health Initiative (CHI) since its inception 10 years ago, is taking a new job in Sacramento as executive director of California Coverage and Health Initiatives. Taking over as the new executive director of ...
(04-05-2015)

Sleep terrors in kids may lead to sleepwalking - WVTM13

WVTM13Sleep terrors in kids may lead to sleepwalkingWVTM13... know that 'Hey, if my little one has sleep terrors, and several of them, then perhaps he or she might be more at risk for sleepwalking when they are between the age of 10 and 13," said Hansa Bhargava, a pediatrician with Children's Healthcare of ...and more »
(04-05-2015)

Sleep terrors in kids may lead to sleepwalking - WXII The Triad

WXII The TriadSleep terrors in kids may lead to sleepwalkingWXII The Triad... know that 'Hey, if my little one has sleep terrors, and several of them, then perhaps he or she might be more at risk for sleepwalking when they are between the age of 10 and 13," said Hansa Bhargava, a pediatrician with Children's Healthcare of ...and more »
(04-05-2015)

Sleepwalking parents more likely to have kids who do it too - CBC.ca

CBC.caSleepwalking parents more likely to have kids who do it tooCBC.caIf you have a history of sleepwalking, chances are your children will be somnambulists too. A new study from Montreal researchers adds support to the growing belief that behaviours like sleepwalking and sleep terrors run in families. The findings were ...Sleep terrors in kids may lead to sleepwalkingWMUR ManchesterSleepwalking Parents Likely to Have Sleepwalking Kids – WebMDWebMDall 94 news articles »
(04-05-2015)

Child Mind Institute Children's Mental Health Report Finds An Estimated 17.1 ... - PharmiWeb.com (press release)

Child Mind Institute Children's Mental Health Report Finds An Estimated 17.1 ...PharmiWeb.com (press release)NEW YORK May 4 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the Child Mind Institute announced the release of the first annual Children's Mental Health Report which synthesizes the most important credible and available data on the prevalence of mental illness in ...and more »
(04-05-2015)

Child Mind Institute Children's Mental Health Report Finds An Estimated 17.1 ... - PR Newswire (press release)

PR Newswire (press release)Child Mind Institute Children's Mental Health Report Finds An Estimated 17.1 ...PR Newswire (press release)NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the Child Mind Institute announced the release of the first annual Children's Mental Health Report, which synthesizes the most important, credible and available data on the prevalence of mental illness in ...Kids' Mental Illness a 'Public Health Crisis'WebMD (blog)Children's Mental Health Awareness Day is May 7Fond du Lac Reporter17.1 Million Children Have Mental Illness, Report FindsADDitude (blog)WKMG Orlandoall 8 news articles »
(04-05-2015)

Gender inequalities exist for fathers in the Swedish child health field - Medical Xpress

Gender inequalities exist for fathers in the Swedish child health fieldMedical XpressA new dissertation from the Department of Women's and Children's Health at Uppsala University found that while Sweden strives for gender equality through its parenting policies, the child health field limits father involvement by not meeting their needs.
(04-05-2015)

35 per cent Indian children suffer from poor lung health, claims survey - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan Chronicle35 per cent Indian children suffer from poor lung health, claims surveyDeccan ChronicleAccording to nation-wide survey report titled Breathe Blue'15, a worrisome 21 per cent of the children surveyed in Delhi have been tagged with 'Poor' lung capacity in the Lung Health Screening Test (LHST) conducted on them while another 19 per cent ...Lung health of Indian children bad: SurveyVancouver DesiGasping little heartsThe Hinduall 19 news articles »
(04-05-2015)


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