Monday, July 25th, 2011
Kids With ADHD Less Adept at Crossing the Street: Study
Parents of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder have one more worry to add to their list: Kids younger than 10 years old with ADHD may be unable to cross the street safely on their own.
Whole Kids Foundation™ to Support Childhood Health and Wellness
Whole Foods Market is pleased to announce the Whole Kids Foundation, a charitable organization that will provide children with access to healthy food choices through partnerships with schools, educators and organizations.
Sharp drop in U.S. chickenpox deaths with vaccine
Deaths from chickenpox, although rare, have dipped steeply after the U.S. began vaccinating against the virus in 1995, a new government report concludes.
Publicly Insured Kids May Get Less Comprehensive Care
A new study finds that U.S. children with publicly funded insurance get less comprehensive primary care than those who are privately insured.
To Reach Simple Life of Summer Camp, Lining Up for Private Jets
For decades, parents in the Northeast who sent their children to summer camp faced the same arduous logistics of traveling long distances to remote towns in Maine, New Hampshire and upstate New York to pick up their children or to attend parents’ visiting day. Now, even as the economy limps along, more of the nation’s wealthier families are cutting out the car ride and chartering planes to fly to summer camps.