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The following was a blog post from LISNews: Kitsap County is located in the state of Washington. “Children in Kitsap County could get a recommendation to visit their local library at their next well-child checkup. Kitsap Regional Library is working … Continue reading
The following was posted on the BHIC Blog. National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day http://www.samhsa.gov/children/national.asp May 3, 2011 National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is a key strategy of “Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health“, which is part of the … Continue reading
Magnus MacFarlane-Barro Saving Bosnia Refugees – CNN Heroes Learn how 412,000 children are fed, world-wide, every day! This is an amazing story to pass along on Friday. Enjoy your weekend, everyone.
My attention was drawn to this video through a post on the BHIC Blog. http://vimeo.com/18623166 The video gives a great overview of many of the issues which face us today in bringing life-long change in the nation’s health – change … Continue reading
The following was posted on the HealthLiteracy Listserv by David J. Rosen; DJRosen@theworld.com “Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health concluded that programs to boost the academic achievement of children from low income neighborhoods might be more successful if … Continue reading
This information was posted on the BHIC Blog. KidsHealth.org Adds Audio to Website http://kidshealth.org/ At the top of each article on KidsHealth.org (whether for parents, kids, or teens) there is a speaker button which, when activated, has a voice read … Continue reading
Cybersafety Booklet for Parents and Kids Now Available FTC, Department of Education, Federal Communications Commission Officials Present Free Booklet at D.C. Middle School A new booklet, released January 13, 2010, by the Federal Trade Commission and other government agencies helps … Continue reading