Inhalant Abuse Prevention initiative designed to educate parents, school officials and others who work with children about this often overlooked form of abuse and how to talk to children about the dangers of inhalant abuse. \n
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Child Health and Safety
The level of physical inactivity among children today has reached epidemic levels.
Hardin County residents are invited to a meeting this month to help develop ways to keep the region's children safe.
Safe Kids Worldwide is offering a free tool to help parents keep kids safe in and around water this summer, the most dangerous time of year for kids.
The more hours of TV kids with type 1 diabetes watch, the less they are able to maintain good blood glucose control.
Drowning deaths among children ages 14 and under increase 89 percent in the summer over the average annual monthly rate, with 64 percent of all children's annual drowning deaths occurring in the summer months.
UCLA emergency physicians would like to remind parents how to prevent drownings and water-immersion injuries involving children.
Every year, more than a dozen children in the United States drown in reported boating accidents, and more than 160 are injured in reported accidents involving personal watercraft.
One year ago this month, five Utah children ages 15 and under lost their lives in separate drowning incidents.
Prevent Child Abuse America and Kohl's are preparing to launch Kohl's Kids Days events this May from Maine to North Carolina.
'Project Sunshine Patches Day' program offers recreational and educational services to children's hospitals around the country.
Kern County residents are advised to stop using the following children's consumer product with the name: Anima Bamboo Collection Game, sold at Target, manufactured by HaPe International of Ningbo, China.
Experts are available to provide tips on making summer '07 a safe and healthy for your kids.
It's National Nurses week. Nurses touch the lives of our loved ones including our children.
Gov. Matt Blunt made new resources available to help child care providers prepare their homes and facilities for emergencies.
Kentucky state announces funding for Fayette child abuse prevention projects. Community programs focus on early intervention, collaboration through Partners in Prevention.
Trauma experts at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC want to remind kids and parents to use caution to prevent dangerous injuries that can accompany a return of outdoor activities.
The study utilized Visual-Motor Control and Upper Limb Speed and Dexterity subtests of the Brunicks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency to measure fine motor skills, and perceived self esteem was assessed using the Harter Self Perception Profile for Children.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that restraining a child in car seat reduces its chances of being injured fatally by 71 percent for infants (less than one year old) and by 54 percent for toddlers (one to four years old) in passenger cars.
Health Secretary Michelle Lujan Grisham congratulated the Department of Health and its partners for immunizing hundreds of children across New Mexico last week as part of a special push to get children caught up on immunizations during National Infant Immunization Week.
The New Mexico Health Department warns families that children's jewelry in several New Mexico's stores have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) due to a lead poisoning hazard.
Traditional quilts have long been associated with warmth and comfort and are the remembrance quilts created by grieving children in the Good Grief support programs offered through the Ohio State University Medical Center's James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.