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By resident www.fathappens.com dietitian – Nigel Denby, THE GL DIET COOKBOOK is packed with over 100 tasty recipes and full of handy tips to keep you on track. Love your food with the GL Diet Cookbook – and watch the pounds melt away. GL, or Glycaemic Loading, is the dieting sensation taking the nation by storm. Nigel Denby, the UK's No.1 authority on GL and author of the bestselling the 7-Day GL Diet, brings you an exciting new cookbook with over 100 simple and delicious recipes. (14-02-2007)
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Parents need to take active role in oral health of children - News-Medical.net

York Daily Record/Sunday NewsParents need to take active role in oral health of childrenNews-Medical.netFebruary is National Children's Dental Health Month, an opportunity for parents of toddlers, young children or teenagers to explore questions about keeping your child's teeth clean, your child's first dental visit or how to protect children's smiles ...Good Dental Habits Emphasized During Children's Oral Health MonthUKNow (press release)Top tips for children's dental healthYork Daily Record/Sunday NewsFebruary is National Children's Dental Health MonthMysanfordheraldIUPUI Newsroomall 25 news articles »
(03-02-2016)

Top tips for children's dental health - York Daily Record/Sunday News

York Daily Record/Sunday NewsTop tips for children's dental healthYork Daily Record/Sunday News“Tooth decay can develop as soon as the first tooth appears; but even before then, parents should be wiping their baby's gums with a clean gauze pad or washcloth after each feeding,” said Dr. Kyra Schirk of the CHI St. Joseph Children's Health Dental ...and more »
(02-02-2016)

Keeping your child's mouth healthy - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressKeeping your child's mouth healthyMedical XpressUAB School of Dentistry Director of Predoctoral Pediatric Dentistry Stephen Mitchell, DMD, says parents can take an active role in the oral health of their children. Starting with young children, building a foundation with a balanced diet, limiting ...Dentists, Sponsors, Educators Make Dental Health Fun at Hands On Children's…ThurstonTalkall 13 news articles »
(02-02-2016)

Barring refugees causes children to suffer with preventable health problems - The Guardian

The GuardianBarring refugees causes children to suffer with preventable health problemsThe GuardianWe must support research, along with funding maternal and newborn programs that focus on education and health provision in refugee camps and areas of conflict. Most of all, we must not be a silent majority – we must speak up for the rights of the ...
(02-02-2016)

Sanchita Islam :Giving Our Children Good Nutrition Is Vital for Long-term Health, But Are Some Parents Taking It a ... - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKSanchita Islam :Giving Our Children Good Nutrition Is Vital for Long-term Health, But Are Some Parents Taking It a ...Huffington Post UKNever has healthy eating been more at the fore of parents' attention than now. Admittedly when my first child was born in 2010 I was very conscious of giving him the right nutritional start in life and so I began to purchase books and read articles ...and more »
(02-02-2016)

Reading children to become youth health champions to help their peers - getreading

getreadingReading children to become youth health champions to help their peersgetreadingGCSE-age children in Reading are being offered the chance to become a health adviser to their peers. Developed by the Royal Society for Public Health, this new GCSE-equivalent qualification will teach children how to offer support to those who have ...
(02-02-2016)

Films featuring smoking should have adult ratings to PROTECT children, say health experts - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFilms featuring smoking should have adult ratings to PROTECT children, say health expertsExpress.co.ukThe World Health Organization (WHO) has called for strict guidelines in films that show smoking in order to stop children being tempted to light up. In a bold move, the WHO warned with ever tighter restrictions on tobacco advertising film remains one ...Films with on-screen smoking should carry warnings to protect children – UN health agencyUN News CentreWHO calls for Films showing smoking 'should be given adult rating'Daily MailFilms with smoking scenes should be rated “R” to protect children from tobacco addictionPan American Health Organizationall 115 news articles »
(01-02-2016)

How to make your child kind, according to a Harvard study - The Independent

The IndependentHow to make your child kind, according to a Harvard studyThe IndependentWeighed down by the responsibility of raising happy, health and respectful children, evidence shows that most parents and teachers want to help kids to be caring to others. But while their carers might prioritise kindness children are apparently not ...
(01-02-2016)

Parents must lay the foundation of children's health - gulfnews.com

Parent HeraldParents must lay the foundation of children's healthgulfnews.comChildren who grow up on a diet filled with processed sugar will develop health problems if they do not cut it out soon enough. Add to this a lack of exercise, with more and more children glued to televisions and computers. The consequences are frightening.WHO: Number Of Obese Children Under 5 Has Reached 41 MillionParent HeraldWorld Health Organization warns, Childhood Obesity threatens our Future GenerationsDaily Star Gazette10 million African children are now obese or overweightLA Daily NewsVICE News -Newsweekall 83 news articles »
(30-01-2016)

Will new children's mental health unit in Suffolk solve 'deeply troubling' problem of young people in adult wards? - East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily TimesWill new children's mental health unit in Suffolk solve 'deeply troubling' problem of young people in adult wards?East Anglian Daily TimesCampaigners have welcomed plans for a new mental health unit for children in Suffolk after it emerged concerning numbers of young people from the region had been sent to adult wards – a practice described by one mother as “extremely cruel”. The Norfolk ...
(30-01-2016)

Heart Foundation warns parents about children's health - Jamaica Gleaner

Heart Foundation warns parents about children's healthJamaica GleanerThe Heart Foundation of Jamaica is appealing to parents to be more proactive in engaging children in healthy lifestyles. Executive Director of the foundation Deborah Chen pointed to the danger of allowing children to fall into a pattern of unhealthy ...and more »
(30-01-2016)

Siobhan Freegard :Violence Against Teachers - It's a Children's Mental Health Issue - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKSiobhan Freegard :Violence Against Teachers - It's a Children's Mental Health IssueHuffington Post UKNow it's true children learn by example - so their actions in school could well be a refection of how they're treated at home. But if a young child believes pulling a knife on a teacher will help her situation, that's not lax parenting but a symptom of ...
(29-01-2016)

Violence Against Teachers - It's a Children's Mental Health Issue - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKViolence Against Teachers - It's a Children's Mental Health IssueHuffington Post UKThat the child is 'bad' and needs to be taught a lesson? That it's the parents' fault for not teaching them right from wrong? Or that the child could be mentally ill and knows no other way of expressing their anguish and pain? While the first school of ...
(29-01-2016)

Children's health: Do we blame schools? - The Navhind Times

Children's health: Do we blame schools?The Navhind TimesWith so many parties and celebrations, the total consumption of the child increases and that's where problems begin. A slice of cake, a little bit of sugar, pizza or some outside food once in a way really won't create a problem to a child's health.and more »
(29-01-2016)

More than just a game: Yoga for school-age children - Harvard Health (blog)

Harvard Health (blog)More than just a game: Yoga for school-age childrenHarvard Health (blog)Yoga and mindfulness have been shown to improve both physical and mental health in school-age children (ages 6 to 12). Yoga improves balance, strength, endurance, and aerobic capacity in children. Yoga and mindfulness offer psychological benefits for ...
(29-01-2016)


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