Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Child Health News Stories - January 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-01-30 Passive smoking increases likelihood of lung cancer in children later in life 0 None
2005-01-27 Major health problems in babies of diabetic mothers on the rise 0 None
2005-01-26 Increase in small babies is major reason behind the increase in U.S. infant mortality 0 None
2005-01-26 Calcium boost to youths' bones could reduce osteoporosis risk 0 None
2005-01-25 By age six, children of overweight mothers are fifteen times more likely to be obese 0 None
2005-01-19 Kraft Asia Pacific has missed a golden opportunity to show leadership in the battle against childhood obesity 0 None
2005-01-17 Quality of life improves for children who receive treatment for obstructive sleep apnea 0 None
2005-01-16 The UN Millennium Project 0 None
2005-01-16 Prenatal exposure to industrial and environmental pollutants probably causes most childhood cancers 0 None
2005-01-12 Added sugar in fruit-flavored drinks and cola-type soft drinks undoes the good done by vegetables 0 None
2005-01-12 New system may help babies avoid brain damage 0 None
2005-01-12 Virtual pain relief for children 0 4
2005-01-12 Infants have much to say if adults will only listen 0 None
2005-01-12 School strategies to combat obesity epidemic 0 None
2005-01-11 New publication on adolescent health 0 None
2005-01-10 Vital research into the effects of premature birth throughout childhood 0 None
2005-01-09 System to help babies avoid brain damage 0 None
2005-01-07 Diagnosis of tuberculosis in young children can be confirmed by a straightforward sputum test 0 None
2005-01-05 Ample opportunity to increase the use of protective devices and limit the presence of fall hazards in many U.S. homes 0 None
2005-01-05 More a child is overweight, the poorer quality of life that child will experience 0 None
2005-01-04 Fewer children in working families are uninsured, but many still falling through the cracks 0 None
2005-01-04 Elementary school intervention boosts positive functioning in early childhood 0 None
2005-01-04 Tobacco smoke exposure affects children and adolescents in many ways 0 None
2005-01-03 Physicians remain negative in communicating a diagnosis of Down syndrome in newborn infants 0 None
2005-01-03 Extremely shy children have distinct facial expressions 0 4.3

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