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Teenage Binge Drinking Can Affect Brain Function In Future Children - Tech Times

Tech TimesTeenage Binge Drinking Can Affect Brain Function In Future ChildrenTech TimesBinge drinking is not only harmful to teenage brain development, but teens who repeatedly drink in excess may also be imparting the habit's negative effects to their future children, researchers have found. In a study presented at Neuroscience 2016 ...Binge Drinking May Cause Genetic Changes In Future Children, Increasing Risk of Depression, Anxiety, And MoreMedical Dailyall 9 news articles »
(16-11-2016)

Social media firms are causing a decline in children's mental health, says Jeremy Hunt - TES News

TES NewsSocial media firms are causing a decline in children's mental health, says Jeremy HuntTES NewsSocial media companies must do more to help protect young people's mental health rather than "simply being part of the problem", the health secretary has warned. Jeremy Hunt said that there needed to be a “national conversation” about the links between ...
(15-11-2016)

Is YOUR child at risk? Warning over toddlers and children using too much technology - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukIs YOUR child at risk? Warning over toddlers and children using too much technologyExpress.co.uk... risking the health and development of young children, according to a leading child psychiatrist. And the UK should follow the USA where doctors have halved their previous recommended limit of two hours a day of screen time for children aged between ...
(15-11-2016)

Study: Rates of uninsured children drop, access to care improves - AAP News

AAP NewsStudy: Rates of uninsured children drop, access to care improvesAAP NewsMillions more children had access to health care in 2014 than in 2000, according to a new study. The findings show the importance of public programs like the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and serve as a call to action to ensure they ...Narrowing disparities in access to healthcare among children2 Minute Medicineall 2 news articles »
(15-11-2016)

Study: Rates of uninsured children drop, access to care improves ... - AAP News

AAP NewsStudy: Rates of uninsured children drop, access to care improves ...AAP NewsDid you know? You can easily access AAP Policy Statements, Clinical Practice Guidelines, and Clinical and Technical Reports with the AAP Policy & Collections ...and more »
(15-11-2016)

Central African Republic: One in five children a refugee or internally displaced - UNICEF UK (press release)

Central African Republic: One in five children a refugee or internally displacedUNICEF UK (press release)“When children return to their communities as security improves, they will need to have schools and clinics to come to,” said Christine Muhigana, UNICEF's Deputy Director for West and Central Africa. “Access to quality health and education is the ...and more »
(15-11-2016)

Nearly A Quarter Of Children With Mental Health Problems 'Turned Away By Treatment Services' - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKNearly A Quarter Of Children With Mental Health Problems 'Turned Away By Treatment Services'Huffington Post UKNearly one in four children and young people with mental health problems are being refused the treatments they need, according to a new report. Around 23% of children referred for mental health treatment by their GPs or teachers are turned away, due to ...and more »
(15-11-2016)

One In Ten Children Have A Mental Health Problem - Helping Them Must Remain Top Of The Agenda - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKOne In Ten Children Have A Mental Health Problem - Helping Them Must Remain Top Of The AgendaHuffington Post UKToday the Education Policy Institute's Independent Mental Health Commission publishes its final report. This is the culmination of a year's research to understand and explore progress and challenges in the transformation of children and young people's ...
(15-11-2016)

Can We Go Beyond Care Process Measures to a New Child Health Policy? - AAP News

Fox NewsCan We Go Beyond Care Process Measures to a New Child Health Policy?AAP NewsThe article entitled “Trends in Access to Health Care Services for US Children, 2004–2014” by Larson et al in this issue of Pediatrics addresses both of these questions. Analyzing data from the National Health Interview Survey, the authors documented a ...Dr. Manny: Will Trump's health care reform mirror Paul Ryan's plan?Fox NewsACA, FSA, HRA? Your Guide to Confusing Health Care Terms for 2017The Fiscal TimesThe Slacker Mandate and the Safety Pin GenerationRealClearPoliticsall 320 news articles »
(15-11-2016)

The sweet business of children's health - WION

WIONThe sweet business of children's healthWIONAs per an ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India) study conducted in public and private schools of 10 cities in India, 1 in 10 children between the age of 5 and 16 years is overweight and more prone to diabetes. The Global ...
(15-11-2016)

Child mental health money not making frontline - report - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsChild mental health money not making frontline - report - BBC NewsBBC NewsCash to boost child mental health care is not making it to front-line services, says a report.Quarter of young people seeking mental health care 'turned away by ...The Independentall 4 news articles »
(15-11-2016)

Child mental health money not making frontline - report - BBC News

BBC NewsChild mental health money not making frontline - reportBBC NewsMoney earmarked to boost mental health provision for children in England is failing to make it to front-line services, a new report suggests. The government last year pledged £1.4bn for child mental health by 2020, but a report says millions of pounds ...Nearly A Quarter Of Children With Mental Health Problems 'Turned Away By Treatment Services'Huffington Post UKall 59 news articles »
(15-11-2016)

Quarter of young people seeking mental health care 'turned away by specialist services' - The Independent

Quarter of young people seeking mental health care 'turned away by specialist services'The IndependentOne in four youngsters who are referred by their GPs or teachers for treatment are being denied access to care, said the Education Policy Institute Independent Commission on Children and Young People's Mental Health. Specialist mental health services ...and more »
(15-11-2016)

Study shows how comorbid mental health conditions can impact child's care in hospital - News-Medical.net

Study shows how comorbid mental health conditions can impact child's care in hospitalNews-Medical.netChildren hospitalized for medical or surgical procedures who have an existing mental health condition stay in the hospital longer than children without these conditions. Pediatric researchers who analyzed a national database recommend that health care ...Hospitalized Children with Comorbid Mental Health Conditions Have Longer Hospital StaysPR Newswire (press release)all 1 news articles »
(14-11-2016)

Local organizations team up to improve children's health in southern Colorado - KRDO

KRDOLocal organizations team up to improve children's health in southern ColoradoKRDOCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Two local organizations are teaming up to improve children's health in southern Colorado. Children's Hospital and YMCA of the Pikes Peak region just announced the partnership. When it comes to children's health, these ...Center for Global Health Leads Revision of Pediatrics in Disasters ...PR Newswire (press release)all 2 news articles »
(14-11-2016)


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