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Adult bones healthier when kids participate in organized sports

Adult Bones Healthier when Kids Participate in Organized Sports

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) Young adults who played in organized sports as children and teens have stronger bones than peers who were less active...
Gracie Giles, aged 8, plays with a Fuggler at the launch of Hamleys top Christmas toys in London

Hamleys Sees ‘Imperfectionism’ Trend in Toys This Christmas

LONDON (Reuters) A robot bumping into things and a quirky creature with pointy ears are expected to be among the top children's gifts this...
Cancer in parents may affect kids' academic, professional development

Cancer in Parents May Affect Kids’ Academic, Professional Development

By Tamara Mathias (Reuters)  Children of cancer patients are at risk of receiving lower grades in school, not being as academically qualified as peers, and earning...
Consumer baby monitors may get vital signs wrong

Consumer Baby Monitors May Get Vital Signs Wrong

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health)  Two popular monitors that promise to keep parents informed about their babies' vital signs scored poorly in a test comparing them...
Earlier onset of type 1 diabetes linked to greater heart risk, shorter life

Earlier Onset of Type 1 Diabetes Linked to Greater Heart Risk,...

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) The earlier a child is diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, the greater the risk of heart disease and a life...
Heart doctors recommend less screen time, sedentary behavior for kids

Heart Doctors Recommend Less Screen Time, Sedentary Behavior for Kids

By Carolyn Crist (Reuters Health) When it comes to childhood obesity, sedentary behavior may be the most influential and controllable factor that parents can change,...
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