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5 Ways to Stay Safe When Using an EpiPen - Consumer Reports

                
 

            

5 Ways to Stay Safe When Using an EpiPen
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           The FDA has warned a manufacturer about safety problems with its product. Here's how to protect yourself or someone else.
             

            

How to Help Your Child Handle Chronic GI Problems at School - Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)


Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)

How to Help Your Child Handle Chronic GI Problems at School
Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
Parents of children with specific food requirements, especially children with food allergies, should know what problems could arise while at school. Children with dietary restrictions like celiac disease or other food allergies are at risk of exposure ...

FDA OKs new peanut allergy food labels - CNN - CNN.com - CNN


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FDA OKs new peanut allergy food labels - CNN - CNN.com
CNN
(CNN) The US Food and Drug Administration announced new labels for peanut-containing foods suitable for infants this week, noting that they may reduce the ...
FDA Will Allow Food Companies to Claim Products Prevent Peanut AllergiesFood & Wine
FDA OKs new peanut allergy food labelsWDIV Detroit
How Previously Accepted Peanut-Allergy Wisdom Is Being UpendedForbes
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Google's New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty - New York Times


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Google's New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty
New York Times
The only consensus among parents about the right age for a child to have unfettered access to a smartphone is that there is no magic number. But if you sign up for Family Link, which is Google's new parental controls software for managing children's ...

Children With TVs in Their Bedrooms More Likely to Be Overweight or Obese by 11, Study Finds - Newsweek


Newsweek

Children With TVs in Their Bedrooms More Likely to Be Overweight or Obese by 11, Study Finds
Newsweek
Children who have TVs in their bedroom by the age of 7 are far more likely to be overweight or obese by the age of 11, scientists have found in a major study of childhood obesity. Researchers learned that girls were 30 percent more likely to be ...
TVs in the bedroom linked to childhood obesity, study finds | Society ...The Guardian
TVs in children's bedrooms linked to increase in child obesity, study findsRT
TV in bedrooms increases the risk of child obesityThe Times (subscription)
Globalnews.ca -BBC News
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5 lessons you should teach your daughter about puberty - Netdoctor


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5 lessons you should teach your daughter about puberty
Netdoctor
Puberty can be a challenging time of life for young girls entering their teens, but it can also be pretty tough on their parents, too. With your own experiences of adolescence a long way in the past, it can be difficult to empathise and understand ...

Tips for talking to your children about puberty - Las Vegas Sun


Tips for talking to your children about puberty
Las Vegas Sun
In general, children begin puberty around 9 years old. Girls usually start earlier than boys, perhaps as early as age 8, while boys often reach puberty at 10 to 12. Some children may begin puberty slower, and won't start until 13 or 14. Puberty ...

Don't fear the EpiPen (even if it's someone else's child) - The Chicago Cusader


The Chicago Cusader

Don't fear the EpiPen (even if it's someone else's child)
The Chicago Cusader
One in 13 children in the U.S. has a food allergy, according to Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). Children with severe food allergies are often prescribed an EpiPen – a pen-like device that lets you inject a single dose of epinephrine at the ...

Wheezing Other Than Asthma - Should Your Child See a Doctor

   
 
Wheezing Other Than Asthma Should Your Child See A Doctor?
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Symptoms, When to Call Doctor, Care Advice for Mild Wheezing...
 

Protect your child from obesity - North Coast Courier


North Coast Courier

Protect your child from obesity
North Coast Courier
“The last two decades have witnessed a 54 percent increase in childhood obesity, which indicates that environmental factors are playing an increasing role. Increased dependence on fast foods and convenience foods is a major contributor. In addition ...

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