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    • Child and adolescent psychiatry

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    • Childhood psychiatric disorders

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    • Children's health-related organizations


    • Pediatrics

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    • Violence against children

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    • Apparent life-threatening events

    • Apparent life-threatening events (ALTE), also known as a brief resolved unexplained event (BRUE) is when a baby for less than a minute has one or more of bluish skin, poor breathing, weakness, or poor responsiveness. By the time they are assessed in a healthcare environment they must be back to normal. Treatment invol ... Read »


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    • Child health in Uganda

    • Children in Uganda are regularly exposed to many preventable health risks. According to the WHO, the country ranks 175th out of 193 eligible countries in life expectancy. The country also ranks 168 out of 188 in infant mortality rates, with a lower rank reflecting lower infant mortality. There are many cultural factors ... Read »


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    • Circus Remedy

    • Circus Remedy is a circus outreach Non-Profit Organization founded in 2006 by friends Anthony Lucero, Terry Notary, and Christine Harnos. Circus Remedy has made visits to ailing children worldwide, including children's hospitals throughout North America, The Children's Aid Society in Bronx, NY, orphanages in Tanzania a ... Read »


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    • Fitkid

    • Fitkid (also FitKid, Fit Kid or Fit-Kid) is a type of children's sport combining gymnastics, dance and acrobatics. It originated in Europe in the 1990s, and is meant to engage children 6–16 years of age in fun individual and group exercise, free of the extremes of more strenuous aerobics or traditional gymnastics. ... Read »


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    • Fruit and vegetables for kids

    • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children are failing to meet the recommended amount of the essential fruits and vegetables that they should eat daily (CDC, 2014). More specifically, The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (2010) explained that in 2007, 60% of children did not ... Read »


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    • Life Study (project)

    • Life Study is a cross-disciplinary research study that will look at the health and wellbeing of thousands of children across the UK. It will collect a large amount of information on the health, growth and life factors of a new generation of children born in the UK. This study will create a large storehouse of social, m ... Read »


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    • Non-specific effect of vaccines

    • Non-specific effects of vaccines (also called “heterologous effects" or "off-target effects") are effects which go beyond the specific protective effects against the targeted diseases. Non-specific effects can be strongly beneficial, increasing protection against non-targeted infections, but also at times negative ... Read »


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    • Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

    • The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is a self-report inventory behavioral screening questionnaire for children and adolescents ages 2 through 17 years old, developed by United Kingdom child psychiatrist Robert N. Goodman. The SDQ is available online, and has been translated into more than 80 languages, i ... Read »


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    • Sugar tit

    • Sugar tit is a folk name for a baby pacifier, or dummy, that was once commonly made and used in North America and Britain. It was made by placing a spoonful of sugar, or honey, in a small patch of clean cloth, then gathering the cloth around the sugar and twisting it to form a bulb. The bulb was then secured by twine o ... Read »


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