Family Law as a determinant of child health and welfare: Shared parenting, breastfeeding and the best interests of the child
- An evaluation of the First Parent Health Visitor Scheme. Emond, A.; Pollock, J.; Deave, T.; Bonnell, S.; Peters, T. J.; Harvey, I. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Mar2002, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p150
Aims: To assess outcomes in families who received the First Parent Health Visitor Scheme (FPHVS), in comparison with families who received conventional ("generic") health visiting. Methods: Retrospective data on 2113 Families were collected during 1986-92 as part of National Health Service (NHS)...
- Editor's Note. // Family Law Quarterly;Spring2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, preceeding p1
The article discusses various reports on family-law published within the issue, including articles by William Duncan of The Hague, Mary Helen Carlson of the U.S. State Department and Marilyn Ray Smith of National Child Support Enforcement Association.
- Striving to provide the best start to every child. Triggle, Nick // Nursing Children & Young People;Sep2014, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p8
The article discusses the impact of poverty on the healthcare sector in Northern Ireland. Topics covered include the creation of the Public Health Agency (PHA) by the Northern Ireland Executive in 2009 to ensure that the basic needs of children are met, the impact of the legacy of the Troubles...
- Minister calls for family approach. // Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;6/25/2008, p4
The article reports on the advice given by British Cabinet Office Minister Phil Hope to children's services providers in the nation. Hope asked children's service provider to start thinking about the whole family if child poverty is talked about. He elaborated that the services working with...
- Breast feeding, nutritional state, and child survival in rural Bangladesh. Briend, Andre; Wojtyniak, Bogdan; Rowland, Michael G.M. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);3/26/1988, Vol. 296 Issue 6626, p879
Examines the impact of breast feeding to the health status of children in Bangladesh. Measurement of arm circumference; Attribution of child mortality to absence of breast feeding; Enhancement of child survival through breast feeding.
- Breastfeeding's benefits. Hughes, Elaine // CCPA Monitor;Mar2012, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p27
The article reports on the health benefits of breastfeeding for children which include better lung function and lower risk of asthma.
- Focus on food - a foundation for a disease free health. Thompson, Velonda // Michigan Citizen;11/10/2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, pA10
The article focuses on the health benefits of breastfeeding for children including optimum brain development, dental health and better bonding between mother and child.
- Breastfeeding Education/Satisfaction --A Literature Review. Farber, Gina // International Journal of Childbirth Education;Spring97, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p12
No abstract available.
- Breastfeeding your older baby. Hormann, Elizabeth // Mothering;Winter93, Issue 69, p84
Reports on the advantages of breastfeeding for children until six months of age and even for toddlers. Finding that breastfed children from 12 to 18 months of age taking in 25 percent more energy than their non-breastfed counterparts; Immunity being passed on from mother to infant or toddler...