Picky eating starts early, may protect against higher BMI scores
Picky eating begins early in a child's life and is associated with parental tactics to counteract pickiness, according to a recently published study in Pediatrics. Megan H...
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Acceptance from families, communities shapes the lives of Sierra Leone's former child soldiers
A study in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, published by Elsevier, reports that many of the former child soldiers of Sierra Leone have...
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Report: Child disparities highest in US South, West
A new report says childhood disparities are worst among rural, black-majority counties in the American South and isolated counties with large Native American populations
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This is why your child is acting like a baby right now
Nighttime waking, potty accidents and other regression can accompany new stress or anxiety.
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Internationally Acquired Severe Systemic Infections in Febrile Pediatric Travelers Presenting to the Emergency Department
Objectives Most children in the United States who visit the emergency department with fever have minor illnesses not requiring treatment or hospitalization. However, when a...
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Associations Between Food Insecurity and Parental Feeding Behaviors of Toddlers
We examined associations between household food insecurity status and parental feeding behavior, weight perception, and child weight status in a diverse sample of young children.
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NSW prosecutors drop child rape charges in Colt incest family case
Child rape charges have been dropped against male members of the infamous Colt family before the men were due to face trial.
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'Hang their heads in shame': No sackings after Mason Lee death
The state opposition has lashed child safety minister Di Farmer and the state government over the death of the Caboolture toddler.
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Study highlights the importance of child vaccine against infections
In the U.S., our children rarely fall ill to grave infections because they are protected by vaccines.
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Less than one-third of parents accurately report their child's mobile device use
Less than one-third of parents accurately reported how much their child used a mobile device - most either overestimated or underestimated usage, according to findings from a...
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The headlines of Master Doctor
Does the cure for covid-19 already exist? Andreas Kalcker interviewed about...
Every intelligent person is already aware that the pharma-controlled medical establishment and lamestream media rolled out a coordinated smear campaign against...
Telemedicine Abortion Gains Momentum During Pandemic
As access to in-person abortion clinics dwindled during the COVID-19 pandemic, providers have seen increased demand and awareness of another method of abortion care...
Flu researchers say we should make a NEW antiviral to stop coronavirus
A new study from the University of Texas at Austin say researched need to create a new drug that stops the virus from multiplying rather then repurposing old drugs for...
Type 1 Diabetes Costs $2,500 a Year With Insurance
Out-of-pocket costs for Americans with type 1 diabetes average $2,500 a year, a new study says.
Protests Pose Particular Risks for COVID-19 Transmission
Nationwide protests about racial injustice in the U.S. not only ignited a political powder keg, but could also be sparking increases in COVID-19 transmission just as the...
TRK Inhibitor Continues to Show Multi-Cancer Effects
Patients with a variety of cancers - with a common thread of harboring tropomyosin receptor kinase fusion pathology - responded to treatment with larotrectinib , according to...
COVID-19 Cases Drop in Warm Weather, But Not Much
In search of an answer, researchers at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass., studied the effects of temperature, precipitation and sunlight on the number of COVID-19 cases...
Experts admit it was possible Covid-19 was in the UK in DECEMBER
Andy Gill, 64, had returned from a band trip to China in late November and was struck down with a mystery respiratory illness in December. He died of pneumonia in early January.
Coronavirus Daily Digest: June 2, 2020
A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19
Amputation Epidemic in Blacks; Cardiology Volume Recovery; DVT in Most COVID-19?
ProPublica delved into the epidemic of amputations among African Americans. A large study in the New England Journal of Medicine supporting the safety of ACE inhibitors and...