Tag Archives: Kids

Under 25s With Diabetes Not Hospitalized Due to COVID-19

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MARCH 26, 2020 —  Reports from pediatric endocrinologists in COVID-19 hotspots globally indicate that children, adolescents, and young adults with diabetes have so far not shown a different disease pattern with the virus compared to children and younger people who do …

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This High Protein Vegetarian Breakfast Will Impress Kids And Adults Alike

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Highlights Protein helps keep you satiated Protein is also called the building block of life Chana is a rich source of protein Breakfast is often not given the due they deserve. While we agree you consume majority of your food during lunch or dinner, but that does not mean breakfast …

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Managing Children’s Fear, Anxiety in the Age of COVID-19

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MARCH 11, 2020 — With coronavirus disease (COVID-19) reaching epidemic proportions, many US children are growing increasingly anxious about what this means for their own health and safety and that of their friends and family. The constantly changing numbers of …

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Clinicians Petition Government for National Quarantine

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MARCH 18, 2020 — Clinicians across the United States are petitioning the federal government to follow the lead of South Korea, China, and other nations by imposing an immediate nationwide quarantine to slow the inevitable spread of COVID-19. Without federal action, the …

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10 remote learning apps to help you (and your kids) acquire new skills while you’re stuck at home

10 remote learning apps to help you (and your kids) acquire new skills while you're stuck at home

Due to the spread of COVID-19, a lot of public schools, universities, shops, and workplaces are closed, with many people working or studying from home. If you’re starting to go stir-crazy without the outside world and looking to challenge your mind with something other than games and films, there are …

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Another Study Finds COVID-19 Typically Mild for Kids

No Reason for 45% of Antibiotic Prescriptions

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 17, 2020 (HealthDay News) — New research adds to evidence that children infected with COVID-19 have less severe symptoms than adults with the coronavirus. Researchers analyzed the cases of 731 children in China with laboratory test-confirmed cases of the coronavirus and …

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Disabled Kids at Higher Risk of Abuse, Study Finds

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By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, March 6, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Children with certain mental or behavioral disorders are at increased risk of abuse or neglect, a new study suggests. The findings add to evidence that children with disabilities face higher abuse risks. But they also suggest those risks vary …

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Most Kids With Autism Overcome Language Delays, Study Finds

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By Mary Brophy MarcusHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, March 4 (HealthDay News) — Severe language delays early in the life of a child with autism can be overcome, especially if a child exhibits nonverbal intelligence. A new study that looked at speech delays in children with autism spectrum disorders found that 70 …

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Nasal ‘Nerve Block’ May Help Ease Kids’ Migraines

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By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter SUNDAY, March 5, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Kids and teens who suffer with migraines may find relief from a nasal “nerve block” that’s commonly used in adults with the debilitating headaches, a new study suggests. During the procedure, a catheter is placed in each nostril and …

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City Tax on Cars Cut Pollution, Kids’ Asthma Risk

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TUESDAY, March 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — A tax designed to reduce mid-city traffic in Stockholm, Sweden, was tied to a reduction in asthma attacks in children, a new study suggests. “The key takeaways of this paper are that health gains can be realized through efforts to lower air pollution, …

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