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How Mother Sees Her Child, Chubby or Obese!

...l years tendsto become a persistant hazard for the childs health and is not so easy to be rid off.br><brDr Michele Campbell, further felt that others were more worried off the fuure weight problems but yet failed to recognise it as a problem now and to start the management off reducing the risk on ...

Second Hand Smoke Has Serious Consequence on a Childs Heart

...ven a small quantity of tobacco smoke can harm the childs arteries. Instead of relying on the smoking habits of the parents and nears one the Finnish researchers used high-resolution ultrasound to check brachial artery (located in the arm) function of 402 children, age 11, who were divided into three group...

Children Pick Up Drinking Habits from Home

...young age and try to prevent them from being their childs primary source of alcohol," Hearst said. The findings of the study were published in the June issue of Preventive Medicine....

Most Pediatric Chemotherapy Mistakes Reach Patients

..., route, and frequency, which are often based on a childs weight, are critical to ensure that the drug concentration in the blood is within its narrow safety margins. Medication errors are common during pediatric hospitalizations, occurring in almost 6 percent of all medication orders for pediatric inpati...

Pediatric Seizure Study Underway in US to Decide Between Diazepam and Lorazepam

...icus must be treated within 5 minutes or less of a childs arrival in an emergency department. Without prompt...t will not be possible to obtain permission from a childs parent or guardian before enrolling the child in the study. Normally, researchers first ask the pa...

Rise in Cigarette Use may Elucidate Asthma Epidemic in Children

...bacco smoke, particularly in the home, increases a childs chances of developing asthma by 63 percent according to the Department of Health and Human Services. Cigarette use, presently considered one of the most serious public health problems globally, has become ever more concentrated among economically a...

Toddler Infected With Rare Side Effect Of Smallpox Vaccination Recovering

...ote healing underneath and dressed the wounds. The childs mother also developed lesions on her face and index finger. She has recovered, but because of her infection, she had to be confined to his room and witnessed every procedure performed on her child. The military brought the father back from Iraq after...

Toxic Substance in House Dust may Reduce Eczema Risks in Early Life

... examine whether genetic predisposition modifies a childs responses to environmental triggers....

Students Devise Oral Quick-dissolve Strips for Rotavirus Vaccine

...ion is coated with a material to protect it in the childs stomach. This coating is also designed to release the vaccine in the small intestine, where it should trigger an immune response to prevent a rotavirus infection. The novel drug-delivery system is needed because rotavirus is a common cause of seve...

Adolescents Brains Fully Develop Between 10-12 Years

... to offer a plan of the development of the healthy childs brain and to link the imaging findings with neurobehavioral function....

NIH Study Normal Brain Development in Children Across US

...eries of time points. We dont know whether every childs performance slows during adolescence, or whether some children continue to improve, while others do not," Dr. Waber said. "It's also possible that our standard tests dont measure what really changes in adolescence. As we follow these children over ti...

Coverage for Childrens Mental Illness Reduces Out-of-Pocket Spending

...rcent fewer families in parity states report their childs health care has caused financial problems....

Farm Milk Reduces Childhood Asthma and Allergies but Raw Consumption is Unsafe

...ed to complete detailed questionnaires about their childs consumption of milk, butter, yoghurt, eggs and fru...bought. They also answered questions about their childs height and weight, whether they were breastfed and any allergies or asthma problems affecting the ch...

Sleep Problems Haunts More in Children from Low Income Groups

... sleeping problems can have a negative impact on a childs health and may hinder a childs performance at school," said study author Anuj Chawla, MS, with Tulane University's School of Medici...

Human Rights Activists Sleepless In Seattle

...d why they took the extreme step of stunting their childs growth- by series of interventions like the hysterectomy, high doses of hormones to stop her bones from growing and surgery to stop her breasts from developing. They say that it was in the best interests of their daughter, as the operations would ...

Cats at Home Poses Allergy Risk in Young Children

...ith cat allergens during the first few months of a childs life has a protective effect. The team of authors ...ken from the parental home three months after each childs birth, in which cat allergens were determined, as well as on the determination of the content of IgE...

Fine Particulate Matter from Traffic may Reduce Unborn Babies Birth Weight

...s as well as the duration of the pregnancy and the childs gender could be controlled for. The proportion of newborns with a birth weight below 3,000 grams increased with rising concentrations of fine particulate matter (PM2,5) during pregnancy. A similar alliance was observed between the absorbance of fin...

Revealing the Secrets of Gut Ecosystem

...teria come and go in the intestinal tract during a childs first year of life. "I don't know what a human would look like without a colonized gut," said Chana Palmer, the lead author of the new study and a former graduate student in Brown's lab. "The microbiota are important. They help you extract more fro...

Child Car Seat Danger

...or choosing the optimum restraint according to the childs age and size and when to progress to adult seatbelts. Australian legislation needs to be reviewed to increase the rate of optimal restraint use, Dr Zurynski said. Australian child restraint laws lag behind those of other countries, she said. In ...

Gene Variants for Crohn's Disease Identified

...esearchers have found a gene variant that raises a childs risk of Crohns disease, which is a chronic and painful condition attributed to inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract . The study has reinforced earlier results of a German study that identified the same gene variant associated with the adult ...

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