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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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Millions of children miss out on family lifestyles spending 32 HOURS a week in front of a screen - Daily Mail

Daily MailMillions of children miss out on family lifestyles spending 32 HOURS a week in front of a screenDaily Mail'When are we as parents going to take responsibility for our children's health when it comes to too much screen time, the eroding of family values which are important for children to feel safe and secure, but also their overall well-being from a mental ...and more »
(25-06-2016)

Millions of children are missing out on traditional family lifestyles because they spend 32 HOURS a week in front of ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailMillions of children are missing out on traditional family lifestyles because they spend 32 HOURS a week in front of ...Daily Mail'When are we as parents going to take responsibility for our children's health when it comes to too much screen time, the eroding of family values which are important for children to feel safe and secure, but also their overall well-being from a mental ...
(25-06-2016)

RTLS Lifts Patient Satisfaction and Efficiency at Stanford Children's Health - RFID Journal

RTLS Lifts Patient Satisfaction and Efficiency at Stanford Children's HealthRFID JournalSince opening last month, the new Stanford Children's Health Specialty Services—Sunnyvale clinic has received the best patient satisfaction survey results of any of Stanford Children's Health 60-some facilities. The health-care company attributes the ...
(24-06-2016)

CDC confirms water supply from Flint River affected children's health - WNDU-TV

WNDU-TVCDC confirms water supply from Flint River affected children's healthWNDU-TVThe Centers for Disease Control has confirmed the contaminated water supply from the Flint River in Michigan did affect the health of young children. Investigators looked at blood lead levels in children under six before, during and after the Flint ...Lead levels significantly higher in Flint kids after water switch: reportCBC.caNew data shows blood lead levels spiked in children in Flint, Mich.Washington PostFlint Water Caused 'Significantly Higher' Levels of Lead in Young ChildrenVoice of AmericaKHOU.com -NBCNews.com -WebMDall 52 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

GOP Excludes Birth Control From Zika Bill, Playing Political Games with Children's Health - Slate Magazine (blog)

Slate Magazine (blog)GOP Excludes Birth Control From Zika Bill, Playing Political Games with Children's HealthSlate Magazine (blog)There's good news and bad news on the Zika front this week. Good news first: After months of stalling since the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention begged Congress for funding to halt a looming outbreak, Republicans have finally ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Most children with concussions not seen in health care setting - Healio

Most children with concussions not seen in health care settingHealioAmong this updated estimate, the researchers said most children with SRRCs, between 511,590 and 1,240,972, were not seen in health care settings. Of the children who visited these settings, most were outpatients (n = 377,978 visits). The investigators ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Tele-Psychiatry Helps Reach Rural Kids with Mental Health Issues - PsychCentral.com (blog)

PsychCentral.com (blog)Tele-Psychiatry Helps Reach Rural Kids with Mental Health IssuesPsychCentral.com (blog)Video-based mental health therapy plays a vital role by bridging the treatment gap for children who have little access to psychiatric care, according to a new study at the University of Missouri School of Medicine. The researchers found that most ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Passage of the Chemical Safety Bill Is a Murky Milestone for Children's Health - EcoWatch

EcoWatchPassage of the Chemical Safety Bill Is a Murky Milestone for Children's HealthEcoWatchWhile health advocacy efforts won important victories like safeguarding California's Prop 65 (more below), unfortunately the bill falls short of rules our children and families need for protection from chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects and ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

US News Ranks Children's Health As Among Nation's Best in All 10 Specialties - D Healthcare Daily

The Island NowUS News Ranks Children's Health As Among Nation's Best in All 10 SpecialtiesD Healthcare DailyChildren's Health System of Texas ranked among the 50 best pediatric hospitals in the country in all 10 of the specialties judged by U.S. News and World Report. The magazine released its annual rankings earlier this week, and the major children's ...Cohen Children's, Winthrop make top children's hospitals listThe Island NowMattel Children's Hospital UCLA noted for excellenceUCLA Newsroomall 12 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

Home-Start Hertfordshire chief raises funding concerns as report reveals children with mental health problems face ... - Comet 24

Comet 24Home-Start Hertfordshire chief raises funding concerns as report reveals children with mental health problems face ...Comet 24Missed Opportunities is a review of recent evidence into children and young people's mental health and paints a dire picture. It says one in 10 children and one in five young adults are thought to be affected by mental health issues, but that there is ...
(24-06-2016)

New Milford drops health insurance for cemetery, Children's - Danbury News Times

Danbury News TimesNew Milford drops health insurance for cemetery, Children'sDanbury News TimesNEW MILFORD — Since 1990, employees of The Children's Center in New Milford have had their health insurance provided by the town. But town officials say they will no longer be eligible for the benefits and shouldn't have had them in the first place.and more »
(24-06-2016)

It's time to deal with kids' mental health in schools - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netIt's time to deal with kids' mental health in schoolsInquirer.net“Mom, I'm gonna kill myself. I can't take it anymore. I just want to die. I want to go to the woods and kill myself. Can you just leave me on the road somewhere?' Gianni, nearly five years old boy, said this an hour after being prescribed an untested ...and more »
(23-06-2016)

Message to public health: getting kids to front your campaigns won't help - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukMessage to public health: getting kids to front your campaigns won't helpSpectator.co.ukIn a list of freedoms I would go to the wall for, the freedom of children to order takeaway food to the school gates is pretty low down. When I was a lad, I don't remember anybody ordering takeaways from school, but then I was lucky enough to do my A ...Fast food deliveries to schools should be banned, children sayiNewsOne in four children have ordered takeaways to their SCHOOLSMirror.co.ukOne in four children 'have had fast food takeaways delivered to school for their lunch'Evening StandardWebMD.Boots.comall 29 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

A Murky Milestone For Children's Health - Huffington Post

A Murky Milestone For Children's HealthHuffington PostWhile health advocacy efforts won important victories like safeguarding California's Prop 65 (more below), unfortunately the bill falls short of rules our children and families need for protection from chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects ...
(23-06-2016)

St John's children's ward latest: Victory for people power as health bosses keep unit open all hours - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordSt John's children's ward latest: Victory for people power as health bosses keep unit open all hoursScottish Daily RecordThe board of NHS Lothian met yesterday (Wednesday) to decide on the future of the crisis-hit ward after an independent report was commissioned to look at whether it should be downgraded and sick children sent to Edinburgh. Crippling staff shortages ...
(23-06-2016)


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