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Gene in Children Linked to Higher Risk of Celiac Disease - Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

Gene in Children Linked to Higher Risk of Celiac DiseaseHealth Hub from Cleveland ClinicEarly diagnosis and treatment of Celiac disease are important. When the small intestine becomes damaged, the body is unable to absorb the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients it needs to stay healthy. People with Celiac disease are at risk of ...
(22-07-2014)

Report lists California 40th for children's wellness - The Desert Sun

Report lists California 40th for children's wellnessThe Desert SunThe state had scores as low as 43rd for families and communities and 48th in economic well-being for its children. Child health was roughly near the middle at 26th. The measure was a slight improvement from last year when California placed 41st, but ...California Ranks 26th in US for Child Health, Report FindsCalifornia Healthlineall 2 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

Iowa tops in the US for children's health - Quad City Times

KARKIowa tops in the US for children's healthQuad City TimesChild health continues to improve across all indicators. More children have access to health insurance coverage compared with before the recession. The percentage of low-birth weight babies declined slightly, a positive indication the nation continues ...Mass. Kids Better Off Than Rest of NationBoston.comReport: Arkansas Makes Gains in Children's Health Coverage, EducationKARKIowa Leads Nation In Child HealthKCRGNews & Observerall 332 news articles »
(22-07-2014)

NYS Ranks Among The Top State's For Children's Health - WXXI News

NYS Ranks Among The Top State's For Children's HealthWXXI NewsALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York ranks among the top five states for children's health, according to the 25th edition of the Kids Count Data Book released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The report released Tuesday looks at data from 1990 that show the ...
(22-07-2014)

Family meals are good for children's health and protect from depression - Helsinki Times

Helsinki TimesFamily meals are good for children's health and protect from depressionHelsinki TimesFamily meals help maintain a child's healthy weight. A study published in the journal Pediatrics revealed that children used to eating meals with their family were 24 per cent more likely to have a healthy diet, 35 per cent less likely to develop ...
(22-07-2014)

Health Ministry study: Romanian children have normal weights - ACTmedia

Health Ministry study: Romanian children have normal weightsACTmediaRomanian children have normal weights, with the prevalence of overweight being slightly higher in girls than in boys and significantly higher in urban areas than in the countryside. These are the conclusions of a study conducted by the Health Ministry ...
(22-07-2014)

Montana's child well-being rankings down over last year - The Missoulian

Montana's child well-being rankings down over last yearThe MissoulianMontana fared worse this year than last in terms of child well-being and remains last when it comes to children's health rankings, according to the new National Kids Count Data Book. The state dropped from 28 to 31 among other states in the findings ...and more »
(22-07-2014)

Dept. Health Services: Fewer parents vaccinating children - KPHO Phoenix

Dept. Health Services: Fewer parents vaccinating childrenKPHO PhoenixThe Department of Health Services said the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children continues to climb, and they're worried. Glen Lyon said if he had known at the time his kids were born what he knows now he would've done things a ...
(22-07-2014)

2014 Kids Count survey: Iowa tops in the US for children's health - Quad City Times

2014 Kids Count survey: Iowa tops in the US for children's healthQuad City TimesThe 2014 Kids Count Data Book being released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore, lists Iowa No. 1 for health, third place for children's economic wellness and third overall. Illinois ranks 12th for children's health, 21st for economic ...
(22-07-2014)

Northland facilities treat children for mental health issues - Northland's NewsCenter

Northland facilities treat children for mental health issuesNorthland's NewsCenterThe Human Development Center in Duluth also treats young children with mental health issues and children affected by trauma. Saprina Matheny is the Director of Child Trauma Services at HDC. She says unresolved trauma can have long-lasting effects.and more »
(22-07-2014)

Asthma inhalers may affect child growth: new study - The Star Online

Asthma inhalers may affect child growth: new studyThe Star OnlineGrowth suppression caused by asthma inhalers on children is most noticeable in the first year of usage. But health experts warn against stopping the usage of inhalers, as the risk of life-threatening asthma attacks outweighs the growth effects caused ...and more »
(22-07-2014)

Health official: Iowa received 122 illegal immigrant children - Omaha World-Herald

Health official: Iowa received 122 illegal immigrant childrenOmaha World-HeraldLINCOLN — Iowa received 122 unaccompanied illegal immigrant children during the first six months of this year, according to a federal official. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services spokesman Kenneth Wolfe said the children were released to ...
(21-07-2014)

Study: Parents Miss Signs Obese Children At Risk For Serious Health Problems - Times of San Diego

Headlines & Global NewsStudy: Parents Miss Signs Obese Children At Risk For Serious Health ProblemsTimes of San DiegoA majority of parents surveyed failed to recognize the health risks for their obese children, or to encourage physical activity for them, according to a new study by the UC San Diego School of Medicine. Parents of mostly obese youngsters were referred ...Parents Often View Their Obese Children as 'Very Healthy'Headlines & Global NewsParents Blind To Childhood Obesity Say Their Kids Are 'Very Healthy' A Third ...Medical DailyParents rank their obese children as 'very healthy'Medical Xpressall 20 news articles »
(21-07-2014)

No, in fact, refugee children do NOT pose a health threat, says health expert - PGH City Paper (blog)

No, in fact, refugee children do NOT pose a health threat, says health expertPGH City Paper (blog)Yesterday's Post-Gazette brought us the disheartening news that some residents of Emsworth are upset that refugee children fleeing hardship in Central America may be cared for by a Catholic charity there. It's a painful read, with Emsworth residents ...
(21-07-2014)

How much independence should children have? - The Independent

The IndependentHow much independence should children have?The IndependentIn 2001, when I published my book Paranoid Parenting, I was genuinely surprised to discover that virtually all experiences associated with childhood came with a health warning. At the time, Paranoid Parenting documented the growing tendency to extend ...and more »
(21-07-2014)


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