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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Childrens Health: Autistic children more likely to have GI issues in early life ♦ Baseball injuries ♦ Risk factors associated with overweight cluster + more

Autistic children more likely to have GI issues in early life  Children with autism spectrum disorder were two-and-a-half times more likely to have persistent gastrointestinal symptoms as infants and toddlers than children with typical development, Continue Reading
Pre-K children outpace normal expectations through kindergarten  Students who were enrolled in the NC Pre-K Program are making significant gains across all areas of learning through the end of kindergarten, Continue Reading
Education may not improve our life chances of happiness  Getting a good education may not improve your life chances of happiness, according to new mental health research Continue Reading
Baseball injuries: Majority of parents unaware of safe pitching practices  A new study found that 53 percent of the parents/caregivers of youth baseball pitchers are unaware of safe pitching practices designed to prevent overuse injuries -- common tears or damage, most often to the elbow or shoulder -- which can cause pain, lost play time and, if not treated appropriately, arthritis, deformity and disability Continue Reading
Risk factors associated with overweight cluster in children  Lifestyle-related cardiometabolic risk factors cluster in children in the same way as in adults, The results show that risk factor levels even lower than those generally accepted as risk factor thresholds for type 2 diabetes and atherosclerotic vascular disease are harmful when several risk factors cluster Continue Reading

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