Study: New link found to childhood obesity; starting solids too early

February 10, 2011


A new study suggested that feeding formula-fed babies solid foods too early can lead to weight issues.

Walking to school could provide stress relief

August 14, 2010


A new study suggests walking to school may relieve stress for children throughout the day.

Nutritionist agrees with possible link between pesticides and ADHD

May 18, 2010


A Dallas nutritionist is in agreement with research findings that suggest a link may exist between pesticides and ADHD. Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) – A nutritionist in Dallas is in agreement with a recent report that proposes a link between pesticides and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. As reported by CBS 11 News, Fay Elahi, M.S., M.A., […]

Bella’s House Community News a cutting edge community portal

May 5, 2010


Houston, TX (WiredPRNews.com) BellasHouseCN.org, a community news and information portal for families’ raising children who have special needs opens it’s doors to a national audience. Now, online resources such as a provider listing, local event listings, classifieds, articles and promotional coupons are available nationwide.. Our goal is to build a community of support and information […]

Breast-feeding could save lives study says

April 5, 2010


A new study suggests the practice could save lives and money if more women breast-fed. Chicago (WiredPRNews.com) – Hundreds of lives and billions in costs could reportedly be saved with breast-feeding according to a recent study. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the cost-analysis suggests that breast-feeding for the initial six months of life […]

Childhood vaccine guidelines updated

January 5, 2010


New schedules for childhood and teen vaccines have been released. U.S. (WiredPRNews.com) – Updated guidelines for childhood and teen vaccines have been released. As reported by HealthDay News, the schedule includes new recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Family Physicians including […]

Vaccine Safety Study Released

January 26, 2009


A new study presents information that suggests vaccinations are not harmful to children. Wired PR News.com – An Italy based study has provided information which helps vouch for the safety of vaccines. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the new study provides evidence that a preservative previously used in several vaccinations is not harmful […]

Obesity in Kids – Possibly Linked to Daytime Sleepiness

January 1, 2009


Children who are obese and snore are found to have higher instances of excessive daytime tiredness. Wired PR News.com — A new study has shown obesity in children who chronically snore to possibly correlate with an increased chance of experiencing sleepiness during the day. As reported by Reuters, the study found children who are obese […]

Common Cold and Allergy Medicines May Pose Threat for Young Children

December 6, 2008


Researchers are suggesting that there be more research on pseudoephedrine and information provided pertaining to safe dosing of the decongestant, which is commonly found in cold and allergy medicines, and widely administered to children in the United States. Wired PR News.com – As reported by Health Day News, pseudoephedrine has been found to have adverse […]

 
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