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Children Could Benefit from Medical Research, Study Says

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You read about all these studies and research projects on ParentDish. Have you ever thought to yourself, "Gee, I wish scientists from Pennbrook University would do medical research on my child"?
Most parents ove...
Many parents are unaware of the benefits of their children participating in research.

Screen All Children for Dangerously High Cholesterol, Study Says

Your child already could be working on his or her first heart attack. The Los Angeles Times reports high cholesterol is not uncommon among children nowadays, in a society that leans heavily toward cheeseburgers and deep-fat fried chicken nuggets...

How to treat your overweight child

Diseaseproof.com, a website with tips on how to treat diseases with nutrition, asserts that parents of an overweight child need to change their own behavior if that child is to successful overcome their obesity. Beyond a few common sense suggestions,...

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