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Limiting Screen Time Lowers Risk Of Childhood Obesity
The National Institute on Media and the Family announced today that its community and family-focused pilot program showed that a substantial number of kids turned off their televisions, engaged in more physical activity and ate more fruits and vegetables. (29-05-2007)
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Gluten-free isn't healthy choice for most children, pediatrician says - CBC.ca

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State to Provide Healthcare Services to All Children Regardless of Immigration Status - Noozhawk

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Social relationships may affect children's health, study says - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneSocial relationships may affect children's health, study saysChicago TribuneAnd the quality and size of the social relationships nurtured in childhood may have an impact on the physical and mental health of children, the study says. "Those children that are in a difficult social environment and are not figuring out ways to ...
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New Health Alert for Kids and a Gluten-Free Diet - ABC News

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Immigration: deporting parents negatively affects kids' health - The Hill (blog)

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Vaccine exemptions for kids would require Ontario parents to first take education session - CBC.ca

CBC.caVaccine exemptions for kids would require Ontario parents to first take education sessionCBC.caFor religious or philosophical exemptions, parents must fill out an exemption form, as well as an "affidavit instruction letter" that indicates which vaccines the children should be exempted from receiving. In 2014, Ontario's then chief medical officer ...Anti-vaxxer parents may be forced to take immunization classesCTV NewsOntario legislation would require anti-vax parents to take an 'education session'Ottawa CitizenOntario parents that refuse to vaccinate their kids could be forced to take a class in immunisationScienceAlertQuartzall 27 news articles »
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Leave no one behind: Women, children and adolescent health in emergencies - World Health Organization

World Health OrganizationLeave no one behind: Women, children and adolescent health in emergenciesWorld Health OrganizationFor those that survive, life doesn't stop. Women still have babies. Children still need to be vaccinated, and adolescents still need access to education and health care services, including contraception. But, life is different. There's no home, and ...and more »
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Health Coverage Rates For Lower Income Children Improving - Kaiser Health News

Kaiser Health NewsHealth Coverage Rates For Lower Income Children ImprovingKaiser Health NewsBolstered by the federal health care law, the number of lower income kids getting health coverage continues to improve, a recent study found. During 2014, the first full year of the law's implementation, 91 percent of children who were eligible for ...and more »
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Air Pollution and Impacts on Women's and Children's Health and Climate Change - Huffington Post

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The gluten-free diet in children: Do the risks outweigh the benefits? Elsevier Health Sciences - EurekAlert (press release)

ABC NewsThe gluten-free diet in children: Do the risks outweigh the benefits? Elsevier Health SciencesEurekAlert (press release)According to the author of this Commentary, Dr. Norelle R. Reilly, from New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, "Out of concern for their children's health, parents sometimes place their children on a gluten-free diet in the belief ...New Health Alert for Kids and a Gluten-Free DietABC NewsGluten-Free Diets May Be Risky for KidsLive Scienceall 9 news articles »
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Ban on advertising unhealthy food to children considered - BBC News

BBC NewsBan on advertising unhealthy food to children consideredBBC NewsCurrent limits on using celebrities and characters to sell food to children could be relaxed for healthier foods. About one in five children in the England is classed as obese by the end of primary school, according to the Health and Social Care ...Junk Food Adverts Aimed At Children Could Be Banned To Combat Childhood Obesity EpidemicHuffington Post UKBan on Advertising Junk Food to Children to Extend OnlineNewsweekUK ban on advertising 'junk food' to kids mootedjust-food.com (subscription)Sky Newsall 20 news articles »
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Children's Online Access To Porn Is Now A Public Health Crisis - Huffington Post Australia

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Summit Health hosts Children's Wellness Days - Herald-Mail Media

Herald-Mail MediaSummit Health hosts Children's Wellness DaysHerald-Mail MediaSummit Health of Franklin County, Pa., and BB&T Bank combined efforts to host Children's Wellness Days earlier this month. Pictured in the back row, from left, are Deb Scalia of BB&T Bank; Nickie Fickel, community health manager for Summit Health; and ...and more »
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How urban living affects children's mental health - Science Daily

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