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Children's Health to pilot ingestible medication sensors in kids with transplants - iMedicalApps

iMedicalAppsChildren's Health to pilot ingestible medication sensors in kids with transplantsiMedicalAppsChildren's Health plans to start with a cohort of 75 kids but reportedly plans to expand beyond that. Hopefully, as these clinical early adopters get started, we'll see some data from their experiences to see if the Proteus' sensors deliver an impact ...
(08-07-2016)

Healthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence' - National Health Executive

National Health ExecutiveHealthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence'National Health ExecutiveVulnerable children are 'suffering in silence' because healthcare professionals are failing to identify and protect them, the CQC has said. The CQC's new report, 'Not seen, not heard' says that staff in GP surgeries and hospitals and health visitors ...Healthcare staff must listen to at-risk children, report warnsBT.comHealth staff 'must listen to children'The Times (subscription)Health services urged to 'do more' for children at risk of harmdaynurseries.co.uk Newsall 15 news articles »
(08-07-2016)

Peterborough healthy living campaign turns to children in July - Peterborough Telegraph

Peterborough TelegraphPeterborough healthy living campaign turns to children in JulyPeterborough TelegraphCouncillor Diane Lamb, Peterborough City Council's cabinet member for public health, said: “Exercise and healthy eating both help children maintain a healthy weight - which reduces their risk of poor health. A healthy weight can also increase self ...
(08-07-2016)

Health staff 'must listen to children' - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Health staff 'must listen to children'The Times (subscription)The majority of healthcare services are failing to identify and protect children at risk of exploitation and sexual abuse, according to a report by the care watchdog published today. The Care Quality Commission urged hospital staff, health visitors and ...Healthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence'National Health ExecutiveHealth services urged to 'do more' for children at risk of harmdaynurseries.co.uk Newsall 15 news articles »
(08-07-2016)

Healthcare staff must listen to at-risk children, report warns - BT.com

BT.comHealthcare staff must listen to at-risk children, report warnsBT.comHealthcare staff must listen to and do more to identify children at risk of harm, a report has warned. There is a lack of consistency in services protecting and promoting health and welfare for children, the review by the Care Quality Commission (CQC ...Health staff 'must listen to children'The Times (subscription)Healthcare professionals urged to help children 'suffering in silence'National Health ExecutiveHealth services urged to 'do more' for children at risk of harmdaynurseries.co.uk Newsall 15 news articles »
(07-07-2016)

Pediatric health educator provides tips for protecting children from heat stroke - News-Medical.net

Pediatric health educator provides tips for protecting children from heat strokeNews-Medical.netHot temperatures and high humidity can put nearly anyone at risk for dehydration and heat stroke, but children are especially vulnerable. A deadly phenomenon seen every summer is children being left in or becoming trapped in hot cars. These tragedies ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

US health professionals call for action on children's chemical exposure - Chemical Watch (subscription)

Chemical Watch (subscription)US health professionals call for action on children's chemical exposureChemical Watch (subscription)US scientists and health professionals have called for urgent action to reduce exposure to chemicals that may affect a child's brain development. These can lead to disorders such as autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). More than ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

Walking an extra 1000 steps a day boosts health of children with type 1 diabetes - Diabetes.co.uk

Diabetes.co.ukWalking an extra 1000 steps a day boosts health of children with type 1 diabetesDiabetes.co.uk... the University of Adelaide's Robinson Research Institute and Paediatric Endocrinologist at the Women's and Children's Hospital, said: "Children with type 1 diabetes often report lower physical activity levels than recommended for children of the ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

Children who watch lots of TV may have poor bone health later in life - Science Daily

Children who watch lots of TV may have poor bone health later in lifeScience DailyChildren who watch lots of TV may have poor bone health later in life. Date: July 7, 2016; Source: Wiley; Summary: Consistently watching high levels of television during childhood and adolescence were linked with lower peak bone mass at age 20 years in ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

Exams season sees mental health issues rise among children in Hull and East Riding - Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily MailExams season sees mental health issues rise among children in Hull and East RidingHull Daily MailALMOST 100 young people suffered serious mental health problems as SATs, GCSEs and A-levels were held in schools across Hull and East Yorkshire. Children's mental health services, known as CAMHS, received 91 referrals in May, with almost half of the ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

Hospitals' Goal: Healthy and Happy Kids - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportHospitals' Goal: Healthy and Happy KidsU.S. News & World ReportOther efforts range from devising more effective screening tools that can be used by primary care doctors to initiatives that quickly connect children to mental health professionals located in the same office or who are available remotely. Still ...and more »
(07-07-2016)

Victorian Health Minister warns of winter surge of patients at Royal Children's Hospital - 9news.com.au

9news.com.auVictorian Health Minister warns of winter surge of patients at Royal Children's Hospital9news.com.auVictoria's health minister Jill Hennessy has warned of a growing list of patients at the Royal Children's Hospital emergency department, as parents regularly treat the hospital as a first option to treat ill children. Announcing the allocation of ...Worried parents swamp emergency departments with coughs and coldsThe Ageall 6 news articles »
(07-07-2016)

LGA urges councils and NHS to provide more help for children's mental health - The Guardian

The GuardianLGA urges councils and NHS to provide more help for children's mental healthThe GuardianCouncils and the NHS have been urged to do more to reduce mental health problems among pregnant women, new mothers and young children. Schools, health visitors and children's centres should become more involved in efforts to tackle the growing ...and more »
(06-07-2016)

Children's Health Adopts Ingestible Microchip Technology - D Healthcare Daily

Children's Health Adopts Ingestible Microchip TechnologyD Healthcare DailyChildren's Health has begun offering patients an ingestible microchip and digital patch that can track whether an individual takes his or her medicine and monitors their diagnostics afterward. The technology is part of the health system's initiative to ...
(06-07-2016)

Obese Children Are More Likely To Be Admitted To Hospitals Than Healthy Kids, Pay 60% More For Health Care - Medical Daily

Medical DailyObese Children Are More Likely To Be Admitted To Hospitals Than Healthy Kids, Pay 60% More For Health CareMedical DailyThey found that the health care costs for obese preschoolers were 60 percent higher than costs for healthy kids. Obese children were also two to three times more likely to be admitted to the hospital for respiratory disorders along with ear, nose ...Obese preschoolers have 60 percent higher healthcare costs than healthy weight childrenScience DailyObese preschoolers' healthcare costs nearly 60% more than healthy-weight childrenThe Sydney Morning HeraldObese children's healthcare costs are 60% higherBecker's Hospital ReviewWebMDall 28 news articles »
(06-07-2016)


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