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Becker Muscular Dystrophy Market - Ken Research

Gurgaon-- (KidZNewswire - October 2, 2018) - Becker Muscular Dystrophy, or as commonly called as MD or BMD, is a genetic disorder that weakens the muscles and makes them smaller. The most common type is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, but BMD causes less severe problems than that. Symptoms of BMD can be seen when kids are around 10-13 years ol...

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Press Ganey to Partner with Boston Children's Hospital

Boston-- (KidZNewswire - February 17, 2015) - Press Ganey announced today it has signed a multi-year agreement with Boston Children's Hospital, a leading pediatric hospital, to capture and assess patient and family experience data through the newly created Child Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (Child HCA...

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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Sylvan Learning Partner to Help Kids with Cancer

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-- (KidZNewswire - June 1, 2014) - While extraordinary progress has been made in treating childhood leukemia and other pediatric cancers in recent years, critical attention must also be paid to the educational and emotional challenges facing kids re-entering school after treatment. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Syl...

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'Don't Fry Day' Reminds Families To Protect Skin Memorial Day Weekend

ANNAPOLIS, MD-- (KidZNewswire - May 25, 2014) - In order to educate and encourage sun safety awareness, the Friday before Memorial Day has appropriately been designated "Don't FRY Day". With more than two million people diagnosed with skin cancer each year, and one American dying from melanoma every hour as estimated by the Amer...

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Kids II Opens Nominations for Eighth Annual Pink Power Mom Awards

ATLANTA, GA-- (KidZNewswire - May 25, 2014) - Starting Monday, May 12, through June 26, Pink Power Mom? will accept nominations for moms with a personal connection to breast cancer and are dedicated to helping others. Annually, the program and network honors eight women, celebrating their accomplishments as moms, entrepreneurs and philanthro...

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Children Confused by Healthy Fast Food Ads; Brooklyn Pediatrician Offers Insight

BROOKLYN, NY-- (KidZNewswire - May 11, 2014) - Dr. Michael Gabriel discusses fast food advertising to children in response to an article posted on Redorbit.com that gave information related to a study conducted that concluded many children are confused by fast food ads promoting healthy alternatives. According to the article, researchers f...

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Bullying May Lead to Mental Health Problems later in Life, says Staten Island Pediatrician

BROOKLYN, NY-- (KidZNewswire - May 11, 2014) - Dr. Michael Gabriel of GPM Pediatrics, a NYC based Pediatric Center comments on an article published by MSN News that states children who were frequently and occasionally bullied had a higher risk of having mental health issues later in life. According to the article, "Researchers looked at...

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Arlington, VA Family Dentist Provides Dental Services For Children

Arlington, VA-- (KidZNewswire - May 4, 2014) - "Being able to provide dental care to children stems from my practice of family dentistry. And family dentistry is similar to general dentistry. The two mainly focus on preventative treatments for tooth decay and gum disease," explains Dr. Gregory, Arlington, VA family dentist. Family ...

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The Y Gets Millions of Kids Moving to Inspire Healthy Habits and Prevent 'Summer Slide'

CHICAGO-- (KidZNewswire - April 27, 2014) - In preparation for summer break, a time when many kids and teens lose the daily structure of lessons and physical activity, Ys nationwide are providing millions of families with tools for building a foundation for practicing healthy habits that will last through the summer. It's all par...

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The Rise of Autism: New Studies Showing an Increase of Autism in Children

Los Angeles-- (KidZNewswire - April 6, 2014) - New data released from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week showed that autism in children has increased by approximately 30%, now affecting one in sixty-eight children. The increase of diagnoses comes at the start of Autism Awareness Month, presenting an opportunity to corres...

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