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Single protein key to diabetes development
A US team from Stanford University in California has found that a single protein plays a central role in coordinating the development of diabetes. (25-09-2006)
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Children should engage in 'risky play' near cliffs and water, parliamentary ... - The Independent

Children should engage in 'risky play' near cliffs and water, parliamentary ...The IndependentChildren should partake in more “risky play” including playing near cliffs and water, an all-party parliamentary group has suggested. The recommendations are part of a new report, 'Play' by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy ...
(14-10-2015)

Health Professionals Strive to Make Vaccination More Friendly to Children - Infection Control Today

Infection Control TodayHealth Professionals Strive to Make Vaccination More Friendly to ChildrenInfection Control TodayThrough tears, cries and with arms wrapped around their mothers or other caregivers, children brave routine life-saving vaccinations. While this is a common scene in health centers around the world, no caregiver or health professional wants to see ...and more »
(14-10-2015)

Children's Health Pediatric officially opens: Prosper facility is 19th in ... - Star Local Media

Star Local MediaChildren's Health Pediatric officially opens: Prosper facility is 19th in ...Star Local MediaChildren's Health Pediatric Group Prosper held its grand opening Monday. Prosper Mayor Ray Smith joined other city leaders in helping Dr. Anath Rayabhari cut the ribbon officially opening the new office on Preston Road. “This lines up perfectly with ...
(14-10-2015)

Connecticut Children's & CHDI to Host Infant Mental Health Webinar on October 29 - PharmiWeb.com (press release)

Connecticut Children's & CHDI to Host Infant Mental Health Webinar on October 29PharmiWeb.com (press release)HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Connecticut Children's Medical Center in collaboration with The Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut's Educating Practices in the Community program (EPIC) will hold a webinar on ...and more »
(14-10-2015)

One-third of children treated for mental health by pediatrician - UPI.com

UPI.comOne-third of children treated for mental health by pediatricianUPI.comBOSTON, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- More than one-third of mental health care provided to children comes from primary care physicians, rather than child psychiatrists, according to a new study. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of ...Many Kids with ADHD Never See Mental Health DoctorADDitude (blog)Family Doctors Treat One In Three U.S. Children With Mental Health IssuesTech TimesMost Children with Mental Health Issues Lack Proper Psychiatric AssistanceRealty TodayLive Science -Forbes -CBS Newsall 43 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Welfare cuts will have negative impact on poor children's health University of ... - EurekAlert (press release)

Phys.OrgWelfare cuts will have negative impact on poor children's health University of ...EurekAlert (press release)Dr David Taylor-Robinson and colleagues from the University's Institute of Psychology, Health and Society believe health outcomes for children and young people in the UK will become worse under the new proposals after studying two recent reports from ...Poor children will be hit hardest by government welfare cuts, warn expertsRochdale Onlineall 9 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Connecticut Children's & CHDI to Host Infant Mental Health Webinar on October 29 - GlobeNewswire (press release)

Connecticut Children's & CHDI to Host Infant Mental Health Webinar on October 29GlobeNewswire (press release)HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Connecticut Children's Medical Center in collaboration with The Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut's Educating Practices in the Community program (EPIC) will hold a webinar on ...
(14-10-2015)

Summer born children more likely to be healthy adults - daynurseries.co.uk News

daynurseries.co.uk NewsSummer born children more likely to be healthy adultsdaynurseries.co.uk NewsThe study carried out by the Medical Research Council (MRC) Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge, looked at half a million Britons from the UK Biobank study, and found the birth month can affect birth weight and even influence a person's health ...Children born in the summer more likely to be healthy adultsEurekAlert (press release)Written In The Stars? Summer-Born Children Are More Likely To Grow Up And Be ...Medical DailyAre kids born in summer healthier as adults?Mother Nature Network (blog)Huffington Post -Cambridge News -Heliyonall 206 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Doctors: Scottish Government should introduce lower speed limits to improve ... - Herald Scotland

Doctors: Scottish Government should introduce lower speed limits to improve ...Herald ScotlandLower speed limits in built up areas should be introduced by the Scottish Government to help improve children's health, according to doctors. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) believes that introducing a 20mph speed limit in ...and more »
(14-10-2015)

Adult behaviour 'key to children's health' - Royal Gazette

Royal GazetteAdult behaviour 'key to children's health'Royal GazetteThe key to improving children's health is changing the behaviour of adults, according to nurse Laura Lynn Jackson. Ms Jackson, of the Department of Health, who spoke at Hamilton Rotary Club yesterday, urged parents and other adults to play their role ...
(14-10-2015)

Lower speed limits will improve child health, doctors say - BT.com

BT.comLower speed limits will improve child health, doctors sayBT.comLower speed limits in built up areas should be introduced by the Scottish Government to help improve children's health, according to doctors. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) believes that introducing a 20mph speed limit in ...Prioritise child health say medicsBBC NewsPoverty kills 400 Scottish children every yearThird Force Newsall 12 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Welfare cuts will have negative impact on poor children's health - Phys.Org

Phys.OrgWelfare cuts will have negative impact on poor children's healthPhys.OrgDr David Taylor-Robinson and colleagues from the University's Institute of Psychology, Health and Society believe health outcomes for children and young people in the UK will become worse under the new proposals after studying two recent reports from ...and more »
(14-10-2015)

PCPs Care for a Third of Kids With Mental Health Conditions - Medscape

UPI.comPCPs Care for a Third of Kids With Mental Health ConditionsMedscapePrimary care providers (PCPs) are now the sole managers of care for one third of children in the United States with mental health conditions, including 40% of all children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new study ...Many Kids with ADHD Never See Mental Health DoctorADDitude (blog)One-third of children treated for mental health by pediatricianUPI.comMany Kids with Mental Health Issues See Only PediatriciansLive ScienceRealty Today -Pioneer News -CBS Newsall 43 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Doctors say 20mph speed limits will improve children's health - Glasgow Evening Times

BBC NewsDoctors say 20mph speed limits will improve children's healthGlasgow Evening TimesLower speed limits in built up areas should be introduced by the Scottish Government to help improve children's health, according to doctors. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) believes that introducing a 20mph speed limit in ...Prioritise child health say medicsBBC NewsPoverty kills 400 Scottish children every yearThird Force News'Huddles' to help children's hospital careLeicester Mercuryall 12 news articles »
(14-10-2015)

Prioritise child health say medics - BBC News

BBC NewsPrioritise child health say medicsBBC News... it says health professionals will not be able to make inroads without political leadership and devolved powers which should be used to improve the lives of young people. The Scottish government has said its priority is to ensure that all children ...and more »
(14-10-2015)


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