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Asthma inhalers can stunt growth of children, scientists find - Evening Standard

Evening StandardAsthma inhalers can stunt growth of children, scientists findEvening StandardThe research focused on corticosteroid inhalers which are prescribed as first-line treatments for both adults and children with persistent asthma. Writing in the Cochrane Library, a collection of publications designed to inform health care decision ...Asthma inhalers can stunt growth in children, new research findsThe IndependentScientific review finds asthma drugs suppress child growthwww.worldbulletin.netAsthma inhalers can possibly stunt growth of childrenIrish IndependentNew Scientist -Scotsmanall 73 news articles »
(17-07-2014)

Advising women with depression about having children isn't babying them - The Guardian

The GuardianAdvising women with depression about having children isn't babying themThe GuardianI asked, wide-eyed and panicked, paying no attention to the bit about kids. “I can still drink, right?" (Reader, I was 20). The truth is, living with depression, bipolar disorder or any other mental health condition is tough. And pregnancy is the ...and more »
(17-07-2014)

Asthma inhalers 'can stunt growth of children' - Evening Standard

Evening StandardAsthma inhalers 'can stunt growth of children'Evening StandardThe research focused on corticosteroid inhalers which are prescribed as first-line treatments for both adults and children with persistent asthma. Writing in the Cochrane Library, a collection of publications designed to inform health care decision ...Asthma inhalers can stunt growth in children, new research findsThe IndependentAsthma drugs stunt growth – but only by a centimetreNew ScientistAsthma inhalers can possibly stunt growth of childrenIrish IndependentTelegraph.co.ukall 47 news articles »
(17-07-2014)

Protecting children's long-term health needs guidance - Frome Standard

Protecting children's long-term health needs guidanceFrome StandardEVERY child should have the right to feel safe and supported in school but sadly this is not the case for some children with long-term health conditions such as type 1 diabetes. While many of these children receive exceptional care, some struggle to ...
(17-07-2014)

Asthma inhalers can stunt growth in children, new research finds - The Independent

The IndependentAsthma inhalers can stunt growth in children, new research findsThe IndependentHowever leading doctors and healthcare campaigners have warned children and their parents to keep using their inhalers, calling this “is a small price to pay” to protect against potentially lethal asthma attacks. According to the study, published by ...Asthma inhalers can stunt growth of children, say scientistsEvening StandardAre asthma inhalers responsible for making your children grow slower?TheHealthSiteAsthma Drugs Slow Growth in Children, According to Health ExpertsHeadlines & Global NewsReutersall 117 news articles »
(16-07-2014)

Mental health 'taskforce' to review child mental health services - Pulse

Mental health 'taskforce' to review child mental health servicesPulseThe Government has set up a taskforce to review community child and adolescent mental health services, after an NHS England review concluded that children were being sent to specialist inpatient services inappropriately. Care minister Norman Lamb said ...and more »
(16-07-2014)

New Bedford to get $218000 grant for children's health insurance - SouthCoastToday.com

New Bedford to get $218000 grant for children's health insuranceSouthCoastToday.comNEW BEDFORD — The city, along with seven others in the United States, will receive funding for efforts to enroll children in the Children's Health Insurance Program. The funding is part of an initiative by the National League of Cities to reduce the ...
(16-07-2014)

Let children go shoeless and switch to a barefoot regime - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLet children go shoeless and switch to a barefoot regimeExpress.co.ukWhen I was a child, getting a new pair of shoes involved a trip to the children's department of our local shoe shop, getting my feet measured in the metal gauge and then watching in disappointment as the shop assistant invariably produced a pair of ...
(16-07-2014)

Health fears for children revealed - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphHealth fears for children revealedBelfast TelegraphA study carried out by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) showed nine in every ten paediatricians was worried about weight problems among youngsters. Six in ten said they were treating more and more children with anxiety, ...Poll reveals health fears for childrenBelfast NewsletterNorthern Ireland child obesity 'needs to be tackled'BBC NewsObesity, anxiety and asthma in children on the riseIrish TimesIrish Examinerall 16 news articles »
(16-07-2014)

Health campaigners back plans to ban smoking in cars to protect children - Sunderland Echo

Sunderland EchoHealth campaigners back plans to ban smoking in cars to protect childrenSunderland EchoAilsa Rutter, director of Fresh, said: “Legislation protecting children from having to breathe in second-hand smoke in cars would be incredibly popular, and we support it. Children hate adults smoking around them, but do not always have a voice – it is ...Health: Consultation could bring smoking ban in cars with childrenWestern Daily PressSmoking in cars with children will be banned in WalesBBC NewsDrivers face £10000 fine if a PASSENGER starts smoking in a car carrying childrenDaily MailNews Wales -The Conversation -Xinhuaall 75 news articles »
(16-07-2014)

Lamb condemns 'shunting' of mentally ill children - Health Service Journal

Lamb condemns 'shunting' of mentally ill childrenHealth Service JournalUnderstand the performance of individual NHS organisations and health economiesMore than 8,500 stories from HSJ Local covering almost every commissioning and provider organisation. Effectively lead change in your organisationBest practice articles, ...and more »
(16-07-2014)

Poll reveals health fears for children - Belfast Newsletter

BBC NewsPoll reveals health fears for childrenBelfast NewsletterObesity and mental health are the two biggest problems facing children on the island of Ireland, doctors have warned. A study carried out by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) showed nine in every 10 paediatricians were worried ...Northern Ireland child obesity 'needs to be tackled'BBC NewsObesity, anxiety and asthma in children on the riseIrish Timesall 16 news articles »
(16-07-2014)

Health concerns over arsenic in rice-especially for children - News-Medical.net

Health concerns over arsenic in rice-especially for childrenNews-Medical.netInorganic arsenic in rice and rice-based foods poses health concerns in infants and young children, and steps should be taken to minimize exposure, according to a commentary in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, official journal ...New Statement on 'PEG' Feeding Tubes in Children Published by Journal of ...Newswise (press release)all 8 news articles »
(16-07-2014)

Immigrant Children Health Closely Watched - KEYT

Immigrant Children Health Closely WatchedKEYTGorell said: "From our discussions with local health officials and what we observed at the facility today, our office believes that the facility is operating in a manner that does not compromise the health of children and the public. The overall ...
(16-07-2014)

Northern Ireland child obesity 'needs to be tackled' - BBC News

BBC NewsNorthern Ireland child obesity 'needs to be tackled'BBC NewsObesity in children in Northern Ireland is on the rise and needs to be tackled, according to a Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health survey. It found an increase in the numbers of children they have treated who are overweight. The findings also ...Obesity, anxiety and asthma in children on the riseIrish TimesChildhood obesity top priority for doctorsIrish Examinerall 16 news articles »
(16-07-2014)


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