Child Health & Safety News 2/26: Autism Test? Early but Promising

Last updated on May 3rd, 2018 at 05:33 pm

twitter thumbIn this week’s Child Health News: Trump Suggests Highly Trained Teachers Get a ‘Bit of a Bonus’ to Carry Guns as Fortification Against Mass Shootings… 

Welcome to Pediatric Safety’s weekly “Child Health & Safety News Roundup”- a recap of the past week’s child health and safety news headlines from around the world. Each day we use social media to communicate relevant and timely health and safety information to the parents, medical professionals and caregivers who follow us. Occasionally we overlook something, but overall we think we’re doing a pretty good job of keeping you informed.  Still, quite a bit happens every day – so to make sure you don’t miss anything, we offer you a recap of this week’s top 20 events & stories.

  • Dangerous’ chewing gum ad banned over child safety concerns  2018-02-25
  • Surprisingly Helpful Calming Activities for Super-Active Kids 2018-02-25
  • Mongolia’s air pollution causes child health crisis with pollution in some areas dangerously high 2018-02-24
  • Study finds kids from low-income areas fare worse after heart surgery http://bit.ly/2Cg8w9B 2018-02-24
  • UCSF children’s hospital receives first US Precision VR visualization platform for pediatric neurosurgery 2018-02-24

PedSafe Child Health & Safety News Headline of the Week:
Blood and urine test for autism could enable earlier diagnosis, scientists say 

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