Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Child Health News Stories - October 2007

Date Title Comments Rating
2007-10-31 Watching TV found to be linked to obesity and now hypertension in kids 0 None
2007-10-31 Sound training rewires dyslexic children's brains for reading 0 None
2007-10-31 Experts ponder why so many children have food allergies 4 5
2007-10-31 Children would need different medical care in wake of dirty bomb 0 None
2007-10-30 Experts say screen for autism twice before age two 0 None
2007-10-29 Childhood apraxia of speech becoming more common 1 4
2007-10-29 Early autism detection 0 None
2007-10-28 Ten tips to help asthma-proof your home 0 None
2007-10-28 Survival of newborns with abdominal holes differs according to hospital 0 4.5
2007-10-28 Quality-of-life yardstick needed for children with serious urologic conditions 0 None
2007-10-28 Military youth coping with separation: when family members deploy 0 None
2007-10-28 Teenage smokers at risk of depression, alcohol abuse and drug use 0 None
2007-10-24 WHO publishes new standard for documenting the health of children and youth 0 None
2007-10-24 Recent colds influence adverse respiratory events after surgery in children 0 None
2007-10-24 Child health psychologists need to promote adult disease prevention 0 None
2007-10-24 Children may be particularly susceptible to avian influenza 0 None
2007-10-22 Interventions that improve nutrition and environmental conditions can help decrease child deaths worldwide 0 None
2007-10-22 Exercise improves thinking and reduces diabetes in overweight kids 0 None
2007-10-22 Comedy helps kids deal with pain for longer periods of time 0 None
2007-10-22 Scientists find predisposition to bronchiolitis in some babies 0 None
2007-10-22 FDA says OTC cough and cold medicines do not work for young children 0 None
2007-10-22 Parents to be officially told if their child is overweight or obese 0 None
2007-10-22 U.S. schools making progress in decreasing availability of junk food 0 None
2007-10-19 Study looks at connections between athletic skill and social acceptance among school children 0 None
2007-10-19 Day care attendance early in life protects infants and young children from later developing asthma 0 None
2007-10-18 Young toddlers think in terms of the whole object, not just parts 0 None
2007-10-18 Children who are obese or who are at risk for obesity show early signs of heart disease 0 None
2007-10-18 Children with neuromuscular diseases at risk for decreased bone density 0 None
2007-10-17 New web-based software helps ease children's pain during medical procedures 0 None
2007-10-17 Reducing class size may be more cost-effective than most medical interventions 0 None
2007-10-17 Parenting interventions for the prevention of unintentional injuries in childhood 0 None
2007-10-17 Farm children have lower risk of asthma 0 None
2007-10-17 Tonsillectomy sorts out children's sleep apnea and improves their behaviour 0 None
2007-10-16 Removal of tonsils and adenoids improves sleep and behavior in children with breathing disorders 0 None
2007-10-16 Aggressive tots agressive adults! 0 None
2007-10-16 Smoking during pregnancy puts babies at risk of SIDS 0 None
2007-10-12 Potential health benefits of fish oil in baby formula 0 None
2007-10-10 Programs show short-term benefits in helping children maintain weight loss 0 None
2007-10-09 Discouraging fizzy drink consumption has no long term impact on childhood obesity 0 None
2007-10-08 Combination vaccine OK for toddlers 0 None
2007-10-07 Largest ever national children's study in the U.S. gets $26 million government grant 0 None
2007-10-04 Largest study of child health ever conducted in the United States 0 None
2007-10-04 American children not drinking enough milk 0 None
2007-10-04 Evidence of a relationship between swimming babies and infections 0 None
2007-10-04 When dogs bite children they have a good reason 0 None
2007-10-04 Infant mortality rates decline in New York City 0 None
2007-10-04 Vaccine combo okay for infants 0 None
2007-10-04 AACAP reaction to S-CHIP Veto 0 None
2007-10-02 Government failed to disclose information about risks of formula-feeding because of political, economic reasons 0 None
2007-10-02 Surprise at how few children take vitamin supplements 0 None
2007-10-02 Poor health care access common among youth leaving foster system 0 None
2007-10-02 Toddlers learning language skills earlier than expected 0 None
2007-10-02 Bug busting approach to head lice 0 None
2007-10-02 Children have more difficulty initiating sleep than maintaining sleep 0 None
2007-10-02 Early family intervention alters preschoolers' biological response to stress 0 None
2007-10-02 Playing with toy blocks may improve language development in toddlers 0 None
2007-10-02 Almost 30 percent of American children regularly take dietary supplements 0 None
2007-10-01 Experts discuss SCHIP 0 None
2007-10-01 Daily TV viewing for two or more hours in early childhood can lead to behavioral problems 0 None

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