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Stanford Physicians Innovation For Children's Health: Nutrition Surveillance Brings Hope to Guatemala Children - University Herald

University HeraldStanford Physicians Innovation For Children's Health: Nutrition Surveillance Brings Hope to Guatemala ChildrenUniversity Herald"Nutrition Surveillance" proves the team's optimism in spite of Guatemala cities becoming a challenge for as they tried to equip the residents with proper knowledge in providing their children with proper nutrition, comes the reality that not all of ...
(11-07-2016)

Bad habits in children can encourage good health later, say ... - The Guardian

The GuardianBad habits in children can encourage good health later, say ...The GuardianNail biting and thumb sucking may help to protect against allergic reactions in adults, according to a New Zealand study.and more »
(11-07-2016)

Bad habits in children can encourage good health later, say researchers - The Guardian

The GuardianBad habits in children can encourage good health later, say researchersThe GuardianChildren who suck their thumb or bite their nails are less likely to suffer from allergic conditions such as asthma or hay fever, according to research. While both habits may cause parents anxiety, the study from New Zealand suggests both may enhance ...and more »
(11-07-2016)

New home-based intervention aims to improve health outcomes of children of South Asian immigrants - News-Medical.net

New home-based intervention aims to improve health outcomes of children of South Asian immigrantsNews-Medical.netNow, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore have received a $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to test a new intervention to improve the health outcomes of children of South Asian immigrants.and more »
(11-07-2016)

WHO re-designates Center for Global Health's maternal/child health program - EurekAlert (press release)

WHO re-designates Center for Global Health's maternal/child health programEurekAlert (press release)DENVER (July 11, 2016) - The maternal and child health program within the Colorado School of Public Health's Center for Global Health announced today that it has been re-designated by the World Health Organization as a WHO Collaborating Center for ...and more »
(11-07-2016)

Thumb sucking and nail biting not key to preventing child allergies - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesThumb sucking and nail biting not key to preventing child allergiesNHS ChoicesThis study used data collected as part of The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study – a population-based birth cohort study involving 1,037 children born in the New Zealand city of Dunedin in 1972–73. Parents were asked about their ...Children who bite nails or suck thumb cut risk of developing an allergyDaily MailChildren with DIRTY HABITS less likely to get allergies, shock study saysExpress.co.ukThumb-suckers and nail-biters have 'fewer allergies'BBC NewsParent Herald -Today.com -Yahoo Finance -Pediatrics - AAP Newsall 215 news articles »
(11-07-2016)

Children with DIRTY HABITS less likely to get allergies, shock study says - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukChildren with DIRTY HABITS less likely to get allergies, shock study saysExpress.co.ukThe dirty habits help expose them to germs and bugs and altering the body's immune functions, according to scientists in New Zealand. They claim a child with either habit – both of which are forms of stress relief – is less likely to develop allergic ...Children with dirty habits less likely to have allergiesThe Times (subscription)all 4 news articles »
(11-07-2016)

Is Being Vegan Healthy For Children? Italian Baby Taken From Parents Over Animal-Free Diet - International Business Times

International Business TimesIs Being Vegan Healthy For Children? Italian Baby Taken From Parents Over Animal-Free DietInternational Business TimesA 14-month-old baby, weighing just 11 pounds, was taken away from its parents after the child's grandparents brought infant to the hospital fearing for his health. The one-year-old, who weighed as much as a three-month-old usually does, had reportedly ...Parents lose custody of malnourished toddler fed vegan dietFox Newsall 40 news articles »
(11-07-2016)

You have products at home that can harm your child's brain health - Star2.com

Star2.comYou have products at home that can harm your child's brain healthStar2.comDozens of scientists, health practitioners and children's health advocates have expressed their concern in the paper that these chemicals are disrupting brain development from as early as pregnancy with the effect continuing through to children of all ...
(10-07-2016)

Two out of five parents in the South East give their children too many sugary drinks - West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County TimesTwo out of five parents in the South East give their children too many sugary drinksWest Sussex County TimesA statement from Action for Children said: “The polling of 2,000 parents across the UK also found that although only 7 per cent of parents in the region allow their children to have fizzy drinks every day, one in five think it's okay to give them ...and more »
(10-07-2016)

Health focus must fall on children - Peterborough Telegraph

Peterborough TelegraphHealth focus must fall on childrenPeterborough TelegraphExercise and healthy eating both help children maintain a healthy weight which reduces their risk of poor health. A healthy weight can also increase self-confidence and improve concentration, which helps them to learn and go on to achieve great things.
(09-07-2016)

New integrated service for health visitors and children's centres - Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne HeraldNew integrated service for health visitors and children's centresEastbourne HeraldEast Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and East Sussex County Council have launched the service to ensure they can offer more effective support regardless of which organisation is delivering services. The authorities say families will receive the right ...and more »
(09-07-2016)

Parents need to understand the growing problem of mental health in their children - The Independent

The IndependentParents need to understand the growing problem of mental health in their childrenThe IndependentFrom what I've learned about mental health in young people, and speaking with those affected, many parents don't seem to quite understand what it's all about. Some seem to think their children are looking for attention, while others dismiss their ...
(08-07-2016)

Children's Health to pilot ingestible medication sensors in kids with transplants - iMedicalApps

iMedicalAppsChildren's Health to pilot ingestible medication sensors in kids with transplantsiMedicalAppsChildren's Health plans to start with a cohort of 75 kids but reportedly plans to expand beyond that. Hopefully, as these clinical early adopters get started, we'll see some data from their experiences to see if the Proteus' sensors deliver an impact ...
(08-07-2016)

Healthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence' - National Health Executive

National Health ExecutiveHealthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence'National Health ExecutiveVulnerable children are 'suffering in silence' because healthcare professionals are failing to identify and protect them, the CQC has said. The CQC's new report, 'Not seen, not heard' says that staff in GP surgeries and hospitals and health visitors ...Healthcare staff must listen to at-risk children, report warnsBT.comHealth staff 'must listen to children'The Times (subscription)Health services urged to 'do more' for children at risk of harmdaynurseries.co.uk Newsall 15 news articles »
(08-07-2016)


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