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If you are a parent, grandparent or just a kind, loving soul, this next fact will tug at your heart: "More than 10,000 children under 14 go to the emergency room each year and about 77 die from choking on hot dogs." As a former hospital CEO, that is not a...
Tags: Choking, Hospitals and Clinics, Carrots, Grapes, Health
first heard that cackling, high-pitched, machine gun laugh everyone knows as belonging to Nickelodeon's Spongebob Squarepants about 10 years ago. "What stupid show are these kids watching now?" was my initial thought as I saw Spongebob (an underwater...
Tags: Nickelodeon (tv network)
Updated guidelines were released Tuesday morning for young athletes taking part in outdoor sports during hot weather. The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends coaches, trainers and adults, who are involved in youth sports, receive training on...
Tags: High School Sports
Thirty years ago, kids drank twice as much milk as they did soda. That ratio has reversed. To keep the udders flowing, the milk industrial complex is fighting sugar with sugar. It is turning milk into a soft drink, commonly known as "flavored milk.''...
L.A. NOWParents and physicians Tuesday sued a Central Valley school district over its high school sex education curriculum, alleging it violated state law by only teaching about abstinence and failing to include instruction about condoms and contraception....
Varsity Times InsiderA small study of teen athletes has found that athletes who slept eight or more hours a night were 68% less likely to be injured than those who regularly slept less. Researches looked at information provided by a little more......
HealthSo you're Mr. Backyard Trampoline Seller. Government data shows that injuries that occurred on the backyard bouncers are "steadily" declining. The news from the nation's pediatric doctors, then, has to be discouraging. The American Academy of Pediatrics...
Moms At Work - Orlando SentinelI have been a trampoline owner since 2005. I have been known, at times, to tout the joys of a backyard trampoline I have even been known to say that it's about the best kid-related purchase I've ever made. But now I read a new round of safety warnings...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelNeed quick advice for common childhood ailments? Florida Hospital has released a free iPhone app called Docs2Go to help parents identify common children’s symptoms, illnesses and injuries, and offer home-care advice. The information in the app was...
Lehigh Valley ParentingQ: My son just bought an iPad with preschool apps for our 8-month-old grandson. He loves it but I have read that exposure to computers and TV is not recommended before age 2. However my son says children need to learn about technology right from the...
Change of SubjectIt may seem to you as though coffee is one of those good news/bad news products — that one month you’ll read a squib suggesting it causes some ghastly malady, and the next month you’ll read a gee-whiz article like......
HealthAcetaminophen has been the most prevalent pain kiler used in children for the past 30 years. But a report that will anchor the December issue of PEDIATRICS, the Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, sends a compelling warning about the...
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