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Thousands of Kohl's Associates to Volunteer for Children's Health - Business Wire (press release)

Thousands of Kohl's Associates to Volunteer for Children's HealthBusiness Wire (press release)BUSINESS WIRE)--Kohl's Department Stores' (NYSE: KSS) associates from each of its 1,164 stores will participate in hundreds of volunteer events across the country, supporting nearly 160 hospitals and other organizations committed to children's health.and more »
(16-07-2015)

Thousands of Kohl's Associates to Volunteer for Children's Health | Business Wire - Business Wire (press release)

Thousands of Kohl's Associates to Volunteer for Children's Health | Business WireBusiness Wire (press release)BUSINESS WIRE)--Kohl's Department Stores' (NYSE: KSS) associates from each of its 1,164 stores will participate in hundreds of volunteer events across the country, supporting nearly 160 hospitals and other organizations committed to children's health.and more »
(16-07-2015)

Inside Jersey's 2015 Top Doctors for Children's Health | NJ.com - NJ.com

NJ.comInside Jersey's 2015 Top Doctors for Children's Health | NJ.comNJ.comONE OF THE VERY first things that parents do when they are expecting a child is to select a pediatrician. Because that doctor will likely usher their child through years of annual checkups, coughs, colds, sports injuries and growth spurts, parents want ...
(16-07-2015)

Inside Jersey's 2015 Top Doctors for Children's Health - NJ.com

NJ.comInside Jersey's 2015 Top Doctors for Children's HealthNJ.comONE OF THE VERY first things that parents do when they are expecting a child is to select a pediatrician. Because that doctor will likely usher their child through years of annual checkups, coughs, colds, sports injuries and growth spurts, parents want ...
(16-07-2015)

Obesity season? Kids' health habits take summer break - CBS News - CBS News

CBS NewsObesity season? Kids' health habits take summer break - CBS NewsCBS NewsThe researchers analyzed data on over 6,400 U.S. children and adolescents in grades one through 12 who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 2003 and 2008. Some were surveyed during the school year and others ...Obesity-promoting behaviors increase among children during the summer breakNews-Medical.netall 15 news articles »
(16-07-2015)

Obesity season? Kids' health habits take summer break - CBS News

CBS NewsObesity season? Kids' health habits take summer breakCBS NewsThe researchers analyzed data on over 6,400 U.S. children and adolescents in grades one through 12 who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 2003 and 2008. Some were surveyed during the school year and others ...Prevent your child from going obese this summer!TheHealthSiteObesity-promoting behaviors increase among children during the summer breakNews-Medical.netall 14 news articles »
(16-07-2015)

Health visitor rise 'critical to nursery attendance for poor children' | News ... - Nursing Times

Nursing TimesHealth visitor rise 'critical to nursery attendance for poor children' | News ...Nursing TimesRecent increases in health visitor numbers will provide a “critical opportunity” to help boost the number of disadvantaged children attending nursery, which is currently falling behind target, according to education regulator Ofsted. But senior figures ...
(16-07-2015)

Health visitor rise 'critical to nursery attendance for poor children' - Nursing Times

Nursing TimesHealth visitor rise 'critical to nursery attendance for poor children'Nursing TimesIt said health visitors were the only professionals expected to “proactively” be in contact with the most disadvantaged children before the age of two and that the requirement to carry out checks for all one-year-olds mean they were ideally placed to ...
(16-07-2015)

Children With Mental Health Problems Are Also at Risk as Adults - TIME

TIMEChildren With Mental Health Problems Are Also at Risk as AdultsTIMEA new study published in JAMA Psychiatry used data from a survey of 1,420 children from 11 counties in rural North Carolina. The children were followed over time and assessed annually between ages 9 and 16 for common psychiatric problems, like ...Psychiatric issues in kids predict later problemsWebMD.Boots.comall 70 news articles »
(15-07-2015)

Children With Mental Health Problems Are Also at Risk as Adults | TIME - TIME

TIMEChildren With Mental Health Problems Are Also at Risk as Adults | TIMETIMEHaving psychiatric problems in childhood is challenging enough, but new evidence suggests that these problems can lead to issues as an adult—even if the problems do not persist into adulthood. A new study published in JAMA Psychiatry used data from a ...Even Mild Mental Health Problems In Children Can Cause Trouble Later : Shots ...NPRMental health disorders disrupt children's transition to adulthood, study ...CBC.caall 8 news articles »
(15-07-2015)

Exercise boosts children's confidence, says Public Health England - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Chartered Society of PhysiotherapyExercise boosts children's confidence, says Public Health EnglandChartered Society of PhysiotherapyThat is the message contained in a Public Health England report, which brings together evidence about the effects of physical activity on children aged five to 11 years. 'The document is a one-stop shop of evidence about the benefits of exercise in ...and more »
(15-07-2015)

GSK and Save the Children launch third $1m Healthcare Innovation Award - UK ... - UK Fundraising

UK FundraisingGSK and Save the Children launch third $1m Healthcare Innovation Award - UK ...UK FundraisingFor the third year pharmaceutical and healthcare company GSK and Save the Children are offering a $1 million Healthcare Innovation Award to reward innovations in healthcare that have helped to reduce child deaths in developing countries. Organisations ...GSK launches one million save the children award | Health News 2015-07-16GhanaWebGSK and Save the Children launch 2015 call for developing country healthcare ...Financial Expressall 7 news articles »
(15-07-2015)

Your Cellphone May Be Hazardous To Your Child's Mental Health « CBS San ... - CBS Local

CBS LocalYour Cellphone May Be Hazardous To Your Child's Mental Health « CBS San ...CBS LocalSAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — It seems we're never without them these days. Cellphones call us, text us, email and entertain us. Now psychologists are telling parents and caregivers to put them down because cellphones may be hazardous to our children's ...Parents' usage of cell phones cause mental health issues for children, warns studyThe American BazaarCellphone Use By Parents Leaves Kids 'Sad, Angry,' Studies ShowNewsmaxChild spends too much time on video? Look at your own habits | The Charlotte ...Charlotte Observerall 5 news articles »
(15-07-2015)

Your Cellphone May Be Hazardous To Your Child's Mental Health - CBS Local

CBS LocalYour Cellphone May Be Hazardous To Your Child's Mental HealthCBS LocalSAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — It seems we're never without them these days. Cellphones call us, text us, email and entertain us. Now psychologists are telling parents and caregivers to put them down because cellphones may be hazardous to our children's ...Studies: Cellphone Use By Parents Leaves Kids 'Sad, Angry'NewsmaxChild spends too much time on video? Look at your own habitsCharlotte Observerall 4 news articles »
(15-07-2015)

STATE BUDGET: Coast mums want better children's health care - The Sunshine Coast Daily

The Sunshine Coast DailySTATE BUDGET: Coast mums want better children's health careThe Sunshine Coast DailyJuliette Simmonds, 37, a mother of three, from Buddina, said she would like to see the State Government improve access to health services and benefits from children. "When my son needed to see an ear, nose and throat specialist, it took 10 months to ...
(15-07-2015)


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