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OFTs value-based pricing scheme is well-founded, but could increase overall NHS drug spend
A report by the Office of Fair Trading has recommended that pricing of drugs is based not on how much the drug costs to develop, but on the benefit that the drug can bring. (30-05-2007)
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Drop in childhood obesity cannot be explained by health behaviors - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressDrop in childhood obesity cannot be explained by health behaviorsMedical Xpress"Even though maternal and child health behaviors changed in important ways, none of these changes contributed to the decline in obesity overall or for boys or girls," said the study's lead author, Ashley Kranjac, a postdoctoral research fellow in Rice ...and more »
(19-05-2016)

Our children's mental health crisis is shocking. But so is the Tory silence - The Guardian

The GuardianOur children's mental health crisis is shocking. But so is the Tory silenceThe GuardianIt's emblematic of the government's handling of the mental health crisis that when Natasha Devon, the Conservatives' much-publicised children's mental health tsar, found her role unceremoniously axed, the government seemed more concerned with ...
(19-05-2016)

Children's National Health System hit by another data breach - Washington Business Journal (blog)

Children's National Health System hit by another data breachWashington Business Journal (blog)Children's National Health System notified more than 4,000 patients of a data breach after a former vendor inadvertently shared patient health information on the Internet. In a notice sent to patient families, the D.C. health system said the issue ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

New Bureau of Children's Behavioral health established - Washington Times

New Bureau of Children's Behavioral health establishedWashington TimesCONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's Department of Health and Human Services has established a bureau to unify the delivery of mental health and substance disorder services to help children transitioning to adulthood. The Bureau of Children's ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

UCLA Health's child life experts recognize need for hospital parents' playroom - News-Medical.net

UCLA Health's child life experts recognize need for hospital parents' playroomNews-Medical.netEveryone knows that, for kids, being in the hospital is no fun. That's why UCLA Health's child life specialists make sure hospitalized kids still get to be kids. They staff playrooms, orchestrate social events and bring movies and games to kids' bedsides.
(18-05-2016)

Chico women recognized for children's health work - Chico Enterprise-Record

Chico Enterprise-RecordChico women recognized for children's health workChico Enterprise-RecordChico women recognized for children's health work. Participating in the First 5 Commission ceremony were, left to right, Dave Scott, First 5 Commission chair, award recipients Laura Scudder and Lupe Barron, both of Chico, and Anna Dove, First 5 Butte ...
(18-05-2016)

Mental Health Awareness Week: How To Ensure Your Child's Most Important Relationship Is 'Good Enough' - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKMental Health Awareness Week: How To Ensure Your Child's Most Important Relationship Is 'Good Enough'Huffington Post UK“The key to looking after your child's mental health is nurturing the type of relationship that means when they are in trouble, upset or stressed they will automatically think about having a chat with you,” explained Emma Saddleton, Young Minds parents ...
(18-05-2016)

Should Pediatricians Ask Parents If They're Poor? - NPR

NPRShould Pediatricians Ask Parents If They're Poor?NPRA single question asked at an annual checkup — whether parents have trouble making ends meet — could help pediatricians identify children at risk for serious health problems associated with poverty and the chronic levels of stress that often ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

Study finds improved health coverage rates for lower-income children - HPPR

HPPRStudy finds improved health coverage rates for lower-income childrenHPPRFrom the Kansas Health Institute: Biggest gains found in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility for adults. Bolstered by the federal health reform law, the number of lower-income children getting health coverage continues to improve, a recent study ...More children in lower-income families are covered by public health insuranceThe Sun HeraldHere's One Way Obamacare Is Exceeding ExpectationsFortuneall 69 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Parents' Guidance Can Improve Children's IQ, Well-Being And Health, Study Says - Parent Herald

Parent HeraldParents' Guidance Can Improve Children's IQ, Well-Being And Health, Study SaysParent HeraldThe research noted that kids under the supervision have little behavioral problems, internalizing and anxiety attacks, according to BreakingNews.ie. It also found that the monitored kids have healthier diets which made them unlikely to have overweight ...Children in parenting programme 'healthier, smarter and better behaved'BreakingNews.ieMentoring parents improves children's IQ, Health and BehaviourSchool DaysChildhood intervention programme sees kids' IQ soarIrish Examinerall 10 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Children's Health: Metals From Burning Fuel Oil May Cause Damage To Kids' Developing Lungs - Parent Herald

Parent HeraldChildren's Health: Metals From Burning Fuel Oil May Cause Damage To Kids' Developing LungsParent HeraldScience Daily reported that Robert Urman, PhD, from the University of Southern California and his colleagues looked into the health records of 1,911 elementary school-aged children who lived in eight communities in Southern California. These school ...
(18-05-2016)

Health|As Attention Grows, Transgender Children's Numbers Are Elusive - New York Times

New York TimesHealth|As Attention Grows, Transgender Children's Numbers Are ElusiveNew York TimesPediatricians generally do not ask patients about their gender identity, and if they do, they do not usually report findings in national health registries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which analyzes much of our behavioral health ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

As Attention Grows, Transgender Children's Numbers Are Elusive - New York Times

New York TimesAs Attention Grows, Transgender Children's Numbers Are ElusiveNew York TimesPediatricians generally do not ask patients about their gender identity, and if they do, they do not usually report findings in national health registries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which analyzes much of our behavioral health ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

Dad's Role in Baby's Health Larger Than Thought? - WebMD

Dad's Role in Baby's Health Larger Than Thought?WebMDNew research shows that a man's age and lifestyle may have a significant effect on his children's health -- well before they are born. It's long been known that mothers may affect their child's health through things like smoking or drinking alcohol ...
(17-05-2016)

Mom's exposure to BPA during pregnancy can put her baby on course to obesity - Science Daily

Science DailyMom's exposure to BPA during pregnancy can put her baby on course to obesityScience DailyPrenatal exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA), a common chemical used in plastic water bottles and canned food, is associated with measures of obesity in children at age 7, according to researchers from the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health ...Exposing unborn baby to common chemical 'may raise risk of obesity'Daily Mailall 6 news articles »
(17-05-2016)


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