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Rare Transplant Gives B.C Youngster 4 New Organs

A rare transplant at TG Hospital gave a B.C. youngster a bowel, liver, pancreas and stomach. Lori MacIver of Prince George, B.C. was told to prepare// for the death of her son. She said, "They were telling me to prepare and to accept, but I still wasn't on that page." Her son Gairett, 18, is ...

Dove and Early Canada Goose Seasons to Begin Sept. 1; Game Commission Posts Avian Influenza Information on Website

...hunting on Saturday, Sept. 19. The Youth Waterfowl Day will be open to those 12- to 15-years-old who hold a junior hunting license. To participate, a youngster must be accompanied by an adult, who may assist the youth in calling, duck identification and other aspects of the hunt. During this special day-long...

Survey finds that cosmetic ear surgery has the youngest age of patients

...teen is of appropriate psychological and physical maturity, then the teen can reap the benefits of an early age otoplasty. In my experience, it is the youngster who comes in adamantly requesting the procedure." Generally, ears reach their full growth potential by age 6 which is drastically earlier than ot...

Survey Finds That Cosmetic Ear Surgery Has the Youngest Age of Patients

...teen is of appropriate psychological and physical maturity, then the teen can reap the benefits of an early age otoplasty. In my experience, it is the youngster who comes in adamantly requesting the procedure." Generally, ears reach their full growth potential by age 6 which is drastically earlier than ...

Breathe Easier Knowing Spring's Pollen Triggers

...ay News) -- Spring can be challenging if your child is one of the more than 35 million Americans with hay fever. But a bit of preparation can help the youngster enjoy being outside, one expert says. This involves three steps, explained Dr. Clay Stallworth, a pediatrician with MCG Pediatric Primary Care Ass...

Work May Not Be Best for Young Kids

... lawn mowing could spell trouble WEDNESDAY, Feb. 25 (HealthDay News) -- A new study suggests it's possible that too much work might turn a youngster into a juvenile delinquent. Researchers found that fifth-graders who worked the most at jobs such as baby-sitting and newspaper routes were the mos...

Not Many U.S. Kids Need Statins

...nsidered for children with no risk factors other than cholesterol readings 190 or higher. Statins are also suggested for a 130 or higher reading for a youngster with diabetes or a 160 reading with other risk factors, such as obesity or smoking. Running the numbers through the computer, Ford and his colleagu...

Almost Half of 10-Year-Olds Have Tasted Alcohol

...dy taken a few sips of alcohol, a new study shows. However, one in three parents whose child reported having tasted alcohol was unaware that their youngster had done so, the researchers noted. The number of 8-to-10-year-olds who've downed a whole drink are much lower, however. "Nearly 40 percent of c...

Premier Children's Charity Sets Fundraising Record With Back-to-Back Events

...r puppy, jewelry, watches and wine lots. During the live auction excitement, the room fell silent when seven-year-old Lisa Linares took the stage. The youngster spoke about life with a cancerous brain tumor and the impact Starlight MidAtlantic events and programs have on her days in the hospital. "Besides my...

AIDS No Longer a Death Sentence for South Africa's Children

...hate having AIDS because I get very sick and I get very sad when I think of all the other children and babies that are sick with AIDS," the diminutive youngster told 10,000 delegates from around the world. Nkosi, who was at the time the country's longest-living HIV positive child, died the following year but h...

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Youngster in Biological News

Cost of hatchling turtles' dash for freedom

... up the beach to the research station, he fitted each hatchling with a lycra swim suit with a chord attached to a force transducer, before setting the youngster free in a seawater aquarium. As soon as they entered the water, the youngsters began swimming frantically with their large front flippers, pulling aga...

New dinosaur from Mexico offers insights into ancient life on West America

...er at the museum. Based on the development of several bony features on the skull and skeleton, the scientists believe that this animal was still a youngster at the time of death. Nevertheless, although not yet fully grown, Velafrons would have been on the order of 25 feet long, suggesting an impressive adu...
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