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Elderly starving in hospitals
Charity Age Concern says that nurses are leaving vulnerable, elderly patients to starve in hospital because they do not have time to help feed them. (29-08-2006)
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Health & fitness: Countdown to kindergarten means a big transition for children - Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-UnionHealth & fitness: Countdown to kindergarten means a big transition for childrenFlorida Times-UnionKindergarten. The word conjures up memories of playgrounds, reading castles and nap time. Seemingly, just yesterday these babies were born, and now they are 5 years old and heading off to “big school.” What can you do to help the transition to ...
(22-07-2014)

Iowa tops in the U.S. for children's health - Quad City Times

Iowa tops in the U.S. for children's healthQuad City TimesDr. Brian Moshier checks the ears of 5-year-old Jacob Wells during a clinic visit Monday at Genesis Health Group-Bettendorf Pediatrics. The 2014 Kids Count Data Book being released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation lists Iowa first in the nation ...
(22-07-2014)

Bloomfield Hills student wins national award for children story about oral health - Royal Oak Daily Tribune

Bloomfield Hills student wins national award for children story about oral healthRoyal Oak Daily TribuneBloomfield Hills High School student Merrick Weingarten, 16, was awarded the America's Tooth Fairy Stamp of Approval for accuracy by the National Children's Oral Health Foundation for the children's book he wrote. Photo submitted by Merrick Weingarten.and more »
(22-07-2014)

Milton Keynes conference focuses on improvement to child health in the city - Milton Keynes Citizen

Milton Keynes CitizenMilton Keynes conference focuses on improvement to child health in the cityMilton Keynes CitizenThe conference began with a presentation by keynote speaker, Muriel Scott - Director of Public Health at Milton Keynes Council, which provided attendees with an overview of child health in Milton Keynes; in what areas Milton Keynes excel, in what areas ...and more »
(22-07-2014)

Ga. making progress in health of children, but economic welfare lags - Macon Telegraph (blog)

Ga. making progress in health of children, but economic welfare lagsMacon Telegraph (blog)The overall health and education of children has improved across Georgia over the last 10 years, but their economic well-being has worsened. Those were among the findings of the 25th anniversary report from the Kids Count data book, released Tuesday.and more »
(22-07-2014)

Mass. Kids Better Off Than Rest of Nation - Boston.com

WZTVMass. Kids Better Off Than Rest of NationBoston.comMassachusetts kids ranked No. 1 for overall well-being Tuesday in the 2014 Kids Count Data Book, an annual report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that takes the status of America's children in the categories of economic well-being, education, health ...These Are The Best (And Worst) Places In America To Raise KidsHuffington PostREPORT: Tennessee Children See Improvement for Health, Education ...WZTVOverall well-being of Montana children declinesSacramento BeeBaxter Bulletin -The Republic -The Tennesseanall 524 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

Parents 'not taking children's obesity seriously' - Netdoctor

Daily DigestParents 'not taking children's obesity seriously'NetdoctorIt was found that despite the children requiring treatment from a specialist clinic, 31.4 per cent of parents thought their children's health was excellent or very good, while 28 per cent were not worried about their weight being a health concern. Only ...Parents Rank Their Obese Children as “Very Healthy”UCSD Medical CenterParents of obese children do not realize health concernsThe Westside StoryMany Parents Think Their Obese Child's Health Is GoodLiveScience.comWashington Post -Daily Digest -WebMDall 93 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

The unaccompanied immigrant minors have health issues — but not the ones ... - 89.3 KPCC

89.3 KPCCThe unaccompanied immigrant minors have health issues — but not the ones ...89.3 KPCCClose to 60,000 children have crossed illegally into the U.S. since last October. They've sparked a crisis. But is it a humanitarian crisis or a public health one? The children carry "swine flu, dengue fever, Ebola virus, and tuberculosis" and can ...and more »
(22-07-2014)

The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd Think - WUNC

The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd ThinkWUNCClose to 60,000 children have crossed illegally into the U.S. since last October. They're sparked a crisis. But is it a humanitarian crisis or a public health one? The children carry "swine flu, dengue fever, Ebola virus, and tuberculosis" and can ...and more »
(22-07-2014)

The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd Think - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)The Immigrant Kids Have Health Issues — But Not The Ones You'd ThinkNPR (blog)But some health issues in this contentious debate require closer examination. There have, for example, been a handful of reported cases of TB among the children. And concerns that the children may not have been vaccinated — or may harbor scabies and ...The unaccompanied immigrant minors have health issues — but not the ones ...89.3 KPCCall 19 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

Gene in Children Linked to Higher Risk of Celiac Disease - Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

Gene in Children Linked to Higher Risk of Celiac DiseaseHealth Hub from Cleveland ClinicEarly diagnosis and treatment of Celiac disease are important. When the small intestine becomes damaged, the body is unable to absorb the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients it needs to stay healthy. People with Celiac disease are at risk of ...
(22-07-2014)

Report lists California 40th for children's wellness - The Desert Sun

Report lists California 40th for children's wellnessThe Desert SunThe state had scores as low as 43rd for families and communities and 48th in economic well-being for its children. Child health was roughly near the middle at 26th. The measure was a slight improvement from last year when California placed 41st, but ...California Ranks 26th in US for Child Health, Report FindsCalifornia Healthlineall 2 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

Iowa tops in the US for children's health - Quad City Times

KARKIowa tops in the US for children's healthQuad City TimesChild health continues to improve across all indicators. More children have access to health insurance coverage compared with before the recession. The percentage of low-birth weight babies declined slightly, a positive indication the nation continues ...Mass. Kids Better Off Than Rest of NationBoston.comReport: Arkansas Makes Gains in Children's Health Coverage, EducationKARKIowa Leads Nation In Child HealthKCRGNews & Observerall 332 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

NYS Ranks Among The Top State's For Children's Health - WXXI News

NYS Ranks Among The Top State's For Children's HealthWXXI NewsALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York ranks among the top five states for children's health, according to the 25th edition of the Kids Count Data Book released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The report released Tuesday looks at data from 1990 that show the ...
(22-07-2014)

Family meals are good for children's health and protect from depression - Helsinki Times

Helsinki TimesFamily meals are good for children's health and protect from depressionHelsinki TimesFamily meals help maintain a child's healthy weight. A study published in the journal Pediatrics revealed that children used to eating meals with their family were 24 per cent more likely to have a healthy diet, 35 per cent less likely to develop ...
(22-07-2014)


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