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Rare Infant Seizure Disorder Often Missed
Many infants with a rare form of epilepsy known as infantile spasms aren't promptly diagnosed, and that delay can lead to devastating health consequences, new research indicates.

Whooping Cough Vaccine Protection Wanes Fast - MedicineNet
2012 is shaping up to be the worst year for whooping cough in more than five decades, and a new study from California may help explain why.

Precautions Help Keep Kids Safe in Water - MedicineNet
Close supervision is crucial to keep children safe when they're swimming or playing in the water, an expert says.

More Children Hit by Cars in September, Experts Say - MedicineNet
More children are hit by cars during September than any other month of the year, according to Safe Kids Worldwide.

Obese Kids Might Have Higher Levels of Stress Hormone - MedicineNet
Obese children have elevated levels of a key stress hormone, according to a new study.

Manteca - Mas'ood Cajee, DDS, MPH
We are a high quality, friendly dental practice that does all phases of dentistry including preventive care, cosmetic braces, dental implants, fillings, crowns, dentures, root canals and oral surgery.

Kids' Allergies: Schoolwork Can Suffer
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Texas Hospital Worker Tests Positive for Ebola - MedicineNet
A health care worker who helped treat the Liberian man who died of Ebola in a Dallas hospital last week has tested positive for the virus, public health officials reported Sunday.

Most Low-Income Dads Stay Involved With Their Kids: Study
Contradicting a widely held stereotype, most low-income fathers are at least somewhat involved with their children, a new study shows.

TENORETIC 100
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Nurturing Childhood May Pay Off Decades Later
Older men raised in caring families might have more secure marriages in late life, researchers say.

PROPOXYPHENE NAPSYLATE AND ACETAMINOPHEN
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What Works -- And Doesn't -- to Manage Your Tot's Screen Time
As any parent of a preschooler knows, media management can be a minefield of do's, don'ts -- and tantrums.

Malaria Vaccine Shows Promise in Shielding African Children - MedicineNet
According to the World Health Organization, about 584,000 people, mostly in Africa, die from mosquito-borne malaria each year.

Florida Officials Announce New Zika Zone in Miami
A new Zika zone was declared Thursday by Florida health officials, only weeks after a nearby neighborhood was cleared of the mosquito-borne virus following aggressive aerial spraying of insecticides.

Kids' Genetic Risk for Obesity Rises With Age, Study Finds - MedicineNet
As children get older, genes appear to play an increasing role in whether some kids become heavier than their peers, a new study indicates.

Dallas to End Monitoring for Ebola Infections - MedicineNet
The last of 177 people who had some form of contact with an Ebola patient who died in Dallas earlier this month were to be given a clean bill of health at midnight Friday.

Many Kids Tossing Fruits, Veggies in Trash Since New U.S. School Lunch Rules
More fruits and vegetables ended up in the garbage after the U.S. government introduced a rule requiring fruits and vegetables to be included with school lunches, a new study finds.

Ebola Linked to Rise in Malaria Deaths in Guinea - MedicineNet
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa appears to have led to an increase in malaria deaths last year, a new study finds.

More Booze in Movies for Kids, Study Finds - MedicineNet
More movies approved for young viewers are showing alcohol brands, a trend that could influence teen drinking, researchers say.

Tiny but Dangerous: The Mosquitoes Spreading Zika - MedicineNet
They're tiny. They attack with supreme stealth, biting in full daylight with no buzz and no sting. And they carry viruses that can be lethal to their preferred food source: us.

Lower-Income Girls in U.S. Feel Unprepared for Puberty
Girls from poor U.S. families feel they're missing out on vital life lessons about the female body, researchers say.

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When Families Lack Insurance, Kids' Dental Woes Rise
American children without dental insurance are far less likely to receive necessary care for their teeth than kids with coverage, a new survey finds.

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