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US Obese workers more likely to file compensation claims for injuries on the job
Obese individuals appear more likely to file workers’ compensation claims for injuries on the job, according to a report in the April 23 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. A second report in the same issue suggests that older Americans with a body mass index (BMI) of between 25 and 30—considered to be overweight—may have a higher risk of disability but a lower risk of death than those with BMI in the recommended range of 18.5 to 25. (24-04-2007)
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Migrant children are often their parents' translators – and it can lead to ill health - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AUMigrant children are often their parents' translators – and it can lead to ill healthThe Conversation AUOne study obtained longitudinal data from 182 first- and second-generation Chinese 15-year-olds. It found the children who more frequently acted as interpreters for their parents had poorer psychological health. Frequency of translation was also ...
(26-05-2016)

Mental health experts "disappointed" by surge in Glasgow kids needing treatment - Glasgow Evening Times

Glasgow Evening TimesMental health experts "disappointed" by surge in Glasgow kids needing treatmentGlasgow Evening TimesThe SCSC welcomed the Scottish Government;s appointment of a Mental Health Minister, and said: "We look forward to working with them on ensuring that those children and young people with mental health problems get the care and support that they need.and more »
(26-05-2016)

Lawmakers at children's health summit share advice on how to move bills through legislature while Gov. Bevin ... - cn|2

WMKYLawmakers at children's health summit share advice on how to move bills through legislature while Gov. Bevin ...cn|2FRANKFORT — Gov. Matt Bevin promised a profound change in his administration's attention to vulnerable children and lawmakers who specialize in health care offered their advice to professionals in the field during the Kentucky Summit on Access to Care ...Kentucky Summit Spotlights Health Care for Children with Special NeedsWMKYall 2 news articles »
(26-05-2016)

Poppy Centre set to improve mental health of children - The Queensland Times

The Queensland TimesPoppy Centre set to improve mental health of childrenThe Queensland TimesAftercare Australia has been successful in their application for funding towards the establishment of The Poppy Centre, a mental health service for children under 12 which will be located in the Ipswich CBD. Aftercare received $200,000 in innovative ...
(25-05-2016)

Santa Barbara County Undocumented Children to Receive Expanded Health Coverage Through Medi-Cal - Noozhawk

Santa Barbara County Undocumented Children to Receive Expanded Health Coverage Through Medi-CalNoozhawkStarting this month, undocumented children 19 and under in California are eligible for full-scope Medi-Cal coverage, including an estimated 3,000-4,000 children in Santa Barbara County. Senate Bill 75, signed into law last June, expands health ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Meridian Behavioral Health Leader Joins University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital Philanthropic Board - Business Wire (press release)

Business Wire (press release)Meridian Behavioral Health Leader Joins University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital Philanthropic BoardBusiness Wire (press release)ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Meridian Behavioral Health President and CEO Fran Sauvageau was named to the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital Philanthropic Board. He brings to the position more than 30 years of experience ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

North Devon facing children's mental health 'scandal', Lib Dem councillors claim - North Devon Journal

North Devon JournalNorth Devon facing children's mental health 'scandal', Lib Dem councillors claimNorth Devon JournalNORTH Devon is at the centre of an "absolute scandal" when it comes to children's mental health services, the county's Liberal Democrats have claimed. It comes after figures released to the party by Devon County Council showed that nearly a quarter of ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Commentary: Through Children's Health virtual visits, doctors can make schoolhouse calls - Midland Reporter-Telegram

Commentary: Through Children's Health virtual visits, doctors can make schoolhouse callsMidland Reporter-TelegramWhen kids get sick, many parents can't afford to miss work and take them to a doctor. So they often go untreated and miss class, which makes things worse. Children's Health in Dallas has created an alternative -- virtual visits. They're offered in 57 ...
(25-05-2016)

Indonesian child tobacco workers are risking their health - Daily Mail

Daily MailIndonesian child tobacco workers are risking their healthDaily MailChildren are being put to work on tobacco plantations in Indonesia that supply some of the world's biggest cigarette companies, putting their health at serious risk, Human Rights Watch warned Wednesday. Despite Indonesian law prohibiting child labour ...Report: Child workers up against tough conditions, health risks in Indonesian tobacco fieldsUPI.comIndonesian 8-year-olds could be picking the tobacco in your cigarettesCNNChild Workers Suffer as Tobacco Firms Profit in IndonesiaHuffington Postall 53 news articles »
(25-05-2016)

Let's Get Our Heads Together and Improve Mental Health Support for Children and Young People - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKLet's Get Our Heads Together and Improve Mental Health Support for Children and Young PeopleHuffington Post UKIn a recent survey of schools that we commissioned, teachers and other school staff see the limited capacity of existing Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) as the greatest barrier to ensuring children and young people get the support ...
(25-05-2016)

Hong Kong children wait more than a year for mental health treatment - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostHong Kong children wait more than a year for mental health treatmentSouth China Morning PostSchool children with mental health problems are waiting more than two thirds longer for treatment at public clinics than two years ago, it has been revealed. The median wait went from 8.5 months in 2013-2014 to 14.5 months in 2015-2016, according to ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

The Rainbow Children's Trust makes a big donation to children's health - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzThe Rainbow Children's Trust makes a big donation to children's healthStuff.co.nzA new playground, family rooms and a teen hang-out space are all in store for the new children's facilities at Christchurch Hospital after a major new charity received a $1.2 million donation. The Maia Health Foundation received the gift from Rainbow ...
(25-05-2016)

The Rainbow Children's Trust makes a big donation to children's health - The Press

The PressThe Rainbow Children's Trust makes a big donation to children's healthThe PressA new playground, family rooms and a teen hang-out space are all in store for the new children's facilities at Christchurch Hospital after a major new charity received a $1.2 million donation. The Maia Health Foundation received the gift from Rainbow ...
(25-05-2016)

Children risk health farming tobacco in Indonesia: HRW - Daily Mail

Daily MailChildren risk health farming tobacco in Indonesia: HRWDaily MailChildren are being put to work on tobacco plantations in Indonesia that supply some of the world's biggest cigarette companies, putting their health at serious risk, Human Rights Watch warned Wednesday. Despite Indonesian law prohibiting child labour ...Indonesia: Child Tobacco Workers Suffer as Firms ProfitHuman Rights WatchIndonesian 8-year-olds could be picking the tobacco in your cigarettesCNNIndonesian Children Face Hazards on Tobacco Farms, Report SaysNew York Timesall 24 news articles »
(25-05-2016)

Children risk health farming tobacco in Indonesia: HRW - DunyaNews Pakistan

DunyaNews PakistanChildren risk health farming tobacco in Indonesia: HRWDunyaNews PakistanJAKARTA (AFP) - Children are being put to work on tobacco plantations in Indonesia that supply some of the world s biggest cigarette companies, putting their health at serious risk, Human Rights Watch warned Wednesday. Despite Indonesian law ...Indonesia: Child Tobacco Workers Suffer as Firms ProfitHuman Rights Watchall 11 news articles »
(25-05-2016)


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