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Children's Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Study of Chicago-area children's health seeks volunteers

     
    Seeking information about a host of childhood maladies, researchers plan to closely follow a couple of thousand Chicago-area children from womb to drinking age as part of a massive national study. The Chicago portion of the study was launched today with a...
  • Group places Irvine in top 100 for young people

    The city of Irvine was recognized last week as one of the best communities for young people in the United States. America's Promise Alliance, which was founded by Colin Powell in 1997, and ING, an online bank, honored 100 cities across the U.S in their...
  • Mobile Health Clinic Coming To Plaquemines

    Mobile Health Clinic Coming To Plaquemines
    A new mobile health clinic is bringing a pediatrician to lower Plaquemines Parish, where doctors have been scarce for years and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill has bitten deep into budgets while increasing stress. Dr. Irwin Redlener of Columbia University...
  • Computer files lost at Maryville

    A Des Plaines-based social service agency that serves abused children announced today that computer files containing personal and medical information on almost 4,000 children who lived at agency facilities dating back to 1992 are missing. Maryville...
  • Officials revamp lead-paint removal program

    City officials said Tuesday that they've revamped Baltimore's struggling program to remove lead-paint poisoning hazards from housing after losing a $3.9 million federal grant, and intend to reapply soon for federal funds to underwrite the effort. A...
  • Blagojevich accuses prosecutors of railroading him

    In an impassioned -- if orchestrated -- speech outside his home Wednesday evening, former Gov. Rod Blagojevich accused federal prosecutors of trying to railroad him by hiding critical evidence from the jury in his upcoming corruption retrial. With a...
  • CHKD, Anthem stalemate may be costly for patients

    CHKD, Anthem stalemate may be costly for patients
    NORFOLK — Fifty thousand or more Anthem-insured families seeking care at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters and its medical practices are looking at the possibility of losing "in-network" coverage effective June 1. Negotiations over...
  • Senate bill gains support from local providers

    A week after the U.S. Senate passed a health-care reform bill on Christmas Eve, health-care providers and consumers are trying to figure out what the proposed reform could mean for them. Health-care providers agree reform is needed, but opinions vary...
  • City Lights: Miles to go for children's health

    City Lights: Miles to go for children's health
    Joel Gillin made headlines four years ago when he and his Edison High School teammates won the state boys' golf title. This summer, Gillin plans to get a workout of a different kind. For the last nine months, the 2007 graduate has been stationed with...
  • Breast Milk Does A Body And Behavioral Development Good In Infants

    Breast Milk Does A Body And Behavioral Development Good In Infants
    Editor's Choice Academic Journal Main Category: Pediatrics / Children's Health Article Date: 10 May 2011 - 10:00 PDT email icon email to a friend printer icon printer friendly write icon opinions Current Article Ratings: Patient / Public: 4 and a...
  • Hoarding: When stuff really piles up

    Hoarding: When stuff really piles up
    When an elderly Chicago couple were found buried alive in their debris-filled home recently, their plight became a public example of a poignant situation that faces millions of people: the inability to sort through and discard possessions, some of them...