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Evaluation of Immunization Rates and Safety Among Children with Inborn Errors of Metabolism by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 01 Nov 2009 10:01pm Ever since the Hannah Poling case became public, and especially give the way in which David Kirby has presented the case, there has been a question of whether vaccines can cause regressions in children with inborn errors of metabolism (mitochondrial disorders are a subset of these). I discussed one very recent paper Fever Plus Mitochondria ... Read on »
Safety for Children in Parking Lots and Public Garages by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Fri 17 Aug 2012 12:58pm I was sitting in a busy parking lot yesteray drinking a cup of coffee. Looking out, I saw a mother and two beautiful twin girls, probably about three years old, coming out of a ballet studio. The little girls were dressed in cute pink ballet dresses and the mother was carrying a small child. The mother opened the back of her big van and star ... Read on »
Two Thirds of Parents Fail to Discuss Online Safety with Children by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Apr 2010 12:00am Parental paranoia causing ‘Net Neglect’ says CA research One in three parents prefer their child or teenager to surf the net rather than go out 63%  admit to never discussing online safety with their child or teenager 52% have not set up any internet parental controls to protect children online Social networ ... Read on »
How to ensure safety of children clothing you bought?some guidance you need to know by nacy Posted Fri 30 Dec 2011 8:32am   For different seasons child will wear different kinds of dresses made from different material. Children's clothing fabric, on the whole, should be comfortable, absorbent, breathable, keeps hanging, visual comfort,  and soft touch.The main fabrics are Cotton, linen, silk, wool, chemical fiber, blending.   Children’s skin is tender.Kids shou ... Read on »
Safety of Children's Toys and Equipment in Jeopardy by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Wed 23 Feb 2011 9:08am Because new safety regulations for children's toys and equipment are due to go into effect in three weeks, the Republicans and some toy and equipment manufactors are trying to change the regulations, so they will not be so stringent. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is a real target according to an article by Andrew Martin in the 2/22/ ... Read on »
Summer Safety for Children by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Sun 30 Jun 2013 11:34am I was buying some sunscreen the other day and was amazed at the number of sunscreens on the shelf said to be for infants. The American Academy of Pediatrics repeatedly says that infants from birth to six months should not have sunscreen put on their skin. I don't understand what the manufacturers are doing, so parents have to be aware of thi ... Read on »
Automobile Safety for Children by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Feb 2014 4:59pm An article in the 2/11/14 New York Times noted that "In 2011, 33 percent of children who died in car accidents were not buckled in." Also, twenty-percent of children under age one who died in car accidents were not buckled in and in proper car seats. The age and weight of a child should determine what kind of car seat or seat belt is require ... Read on »
The Bondage of Materialism and The Safety of Our Children! by Jamala .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:01pm Forgive me in advance if I seem a little politically radical today. I didn't post yesterday because I was researching a topic that I have been burdened about the past 48 hours. In light of all the recent news about the massive toy recalls and the dangerous chemicals and unsafe products being used to make them I had to ponder on the t ... Read on »
Holiday Safety for Children by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Mon 02 Dec 2013 7:50pm With the bustle and hustle of holidays, parents (and grandparents) often find that making sure the  children are safe can be a real problem. This is particuarly true once school is out. If both parents are working and there is no after-school care, the kids may be left home alone. Lonely children can get into fights, watch too much televisio ... Read on »
Med Page: Alternative Treatments Endemic Among Autistic Kids by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:30am AACAP: Alternative Treatments Endemic Among Autistic Kids By Crystal Phend, Staff Writer, MedPage Today October 27, 2006 SAN DIEGO, Calif., Oct. 27 -- Among autistic children and adolescents, special diets, vitamin supplements and a variety of complimentary and alternative medicine strategies are nearly universal approaches, reported ... Read on »