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Parents Daily News Roundup

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Goody Blog Daily News Roundup

More Babies Are Surviving Extreme Preterm Birth, But Health Disabilities Remain
Despite innovative techniques to keep premature babies healthy, death rates and lingering health problems among extremely preterm babies remained unchanged for decades. (via Time)

Breast Cancer: Using Tamoxifen Longer Saves Lives
Breast cancer patients who take the drug tamoxifen for 10 years instead of just the recommended five can further cut their chances of having the disease come back or kill them, researchers reported on Wednesday. (via NBC News)

After Parent’s Cancer Death, One in Five Kids Self-Injure
One in five teens who lost one of their parents to cancer cut or burn themselves, compared to one in ten teens with two living parents, according to a new Swedish study. (via Reuters)

Atlanta Schools Debate Carbon Monoxide Detectors After Carbon Monoxide Gas Scare
Atlanta school officials are discussing whether to install carbon monoxide alarms after a leak sent 42 students and five adults to the hospital Monday and forced the evacuation of 500 students. The gas was found at potentially lethal levels near a furnace. (via Huffington Post)

Second-Hand Smoke Linked to Children’s Behavior Problems
It is a known fact that active maternal smoking during pregnancy has negative effects on child health, such as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). However, new research suggests that second hand smoke, or environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), may be just as harmful. (via ScienceDaily)

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