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Health Tip: Curbing Nighttime Nursing

Older babies may be able to sleep through the night, but may still wake up to nurse.
Antibiotic Use Before Age 2 Might Raise Obesity Risk, Study Says

Children who are given broad-spectrum antibiotics before the age of 2 may face a slightly higher risk of becoming obese during childhood, new research suggests.
Obese in Adolescence, Colon Cancer in Later Life?

Obesity and inflammation in late adolescence are associated with increased risk for colon and rectal cancer in adulthood, a new study of Swedish males suggests.
40 States, District of Columbia Reporting Respiratory Virus That Targets Kids

Forty states and the District of Columbia now have a total of 277 confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68, the severe respiratory illness that typically targets children, U.S. health officials are reporting.
After-School Exercise Yields Brain Gains: Study

Regular daily exercise appears to improve children's attention and multi-tasking skills, according to a new study.
ADHD Can Hamper School Performance as Early as 2nd Grade, Study Says

MONDAY, Sept. 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can harm a child's academic performance and social skills as early as the second grade, a new Australian study contends.
Pediatricians Endorse IUDs, Implants for Teen Birth Control

Long-acting contraceptive devices should be the first choice of birth control for teenage girls, new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics state.
Health Tip: Building a Safe Swing Set

If you're assembling a swing set, take steps to make sure it's properly assembled and safe for your child.
Ban Electronics in Kids' Bedrooms, Expert Says

Electronic devices can keep kids up at night and should be banned from the bedroom, according to experts from Stony Brook Children's Hospital in New York.
Breast-Feeding May Cut Risk for Aggressive Breast Cancer in Black Women

Black mothers who don't breast-feed may be at higher risk for an aggressive type of breast cancer, a new study suggests.

 

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