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Study: Children who regularly walk or cycle to school are less likely to be overweight or obese

Study: Children who regularly walk or cycle to school are less likely to be overweight or obese

Research recommends prompt endoscopic removal when children swallow button batteries

Research recommends prompt endoscopic removal when children swallow button batteries

Broccoli contains an ingredient that could target the "Achilles’ heel" of cancers

Broccoli contains an ingredient that could target the "Achilles’ heel" of cancers

Ultra-Processed foods delay satiety, increase food intake and weight gain

Ultra-Processed foods delay satiety, increase food intake and weight gain

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

New app helps improve the lives of children with asthma

New app helps improve the lives of children with asthma

AI coach feasible and useful for behavioral counseling of teens in weight-loss program

AI coach feasible and useful for behavioral counseling of teens in weight-loss program

Stool transplant found safe and effective in children with C. difficile infections

Stool transplant found safe and effective in children with C. difficile infections

New project launched to improve asthma in African children

New project launched to improve asthma in African children

Babies exposed to opioids prenatally react more strongly to pain

Babies exposed to opioids prenatally react more strongly to pain

New drug could open up avenues for treatment of neonatal epilepsy

New drug could open up avenues for treatment of neonatal epilepsy

GW researchers lay groundwork for improving diagnostic utility of neonatal EEGs

GW researchers lay groundwork for improving diagnostic utility of neonatal EEGs

‘Xploro’ app helps pediatric cancer patients at The Christie understand proton beam therapy

‘Xploro’ app helps pediatric cancer patients at The Christie understand proton beam therapy

Autism may be accurately diagnosed as early as 14 months of age

Autism may be accurately diagnosed as early as 14 months of age

Dartmouth researchers develop new scale to measure external food cue responsiveness for children

Dartmouth researchers develop new scale to measure external food cue responsiveness for children

Type 1 diabetes symptoms are not recognized early enough among children in Quebec

Type 1 diabetes symptoms are not recognized early enough among children in Quebec

Study: India has large disparities in under-five mortality rate between richer and poorer states

Study: India has large disparities in under-five mortality rate between richer and poorer states

TV use by young children affects quality and duration of sleep

TV use by young children affects quality and duration of sleep

Early term infants less likely to breastfeed than full-term infants, study shows

Early term infants less likely to breastfeed than full-term infants, study shows

New grant will provide high school curriculum that addresses air quality

New grant will provide high school curriculum that addresses air quality