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Akron Children’s Hospital Physicians survives growing pains, celebrates 20 … – Akron Beacon Journal

Monday, June 01, 2015

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El Paso Children’s Hospital bankruptcy costs will grow, expert warns – El Paso Times

Monday, June 01, 2015

The $1.4 million that El Paso Children’s Hospital is expected to pay its lawyers and consultants on its bankruptcy protection case over the next three months is just the beginning of an expensive process, a bankruptcy expert said. “When I saw those fees, I was sick to my stomach,” said Andy Krafsur, an El Paso businessman who practiced bankruptcy law and has been a bankruptcy trustee in El Paso for…

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital creates large mosaic – WATE 6 On Your Side

Monday, June 01, 2015

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – East Tennessee Children’s Hospital is creating a large mosaic that will be placed in the new expansion of the hospital, but they need your help with the drawings. The mosaic is set to go up in the fall of 2016. “This is on a normal sheet of paper by then they will reduce down to a one inch square and incorporate that into a mosaic piece.  So…

An Anthropological Approach To California’s Vaccination Problem – Huffington Post

Monday, June 01, 2015

By Tom Jacobs As we were reminded during California’s recent measles outbreak, a surprising number of well-educated people decide each year not to have their children immunized against an array of communicable diseases. Trying to discern why they make this dangerous decision is a priority for public health officials, and a perplexing puzzle to the rest of us. Newly published research shows that cultural anthropology can both help us understand…

Children’s Hospital Colorado must resolve issues or lose Medicaid – The Denver Post

Monday, June 01, 2015

Children’s Hospital Colorado could lose Medicaid certification systemwide if it does not correct deficiencies cited in a state and federal investigation of its satellite facility at Memorial Hospital Central in Colorado Springs. “We have every reason to believe that Children’s certification with Medicaid will be reinstated,” said Dr. Larry Wolk, chief medical officer and director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. “But we have some work to…

Free childcare: Nurseries warn Cameron’s pledge may cost parents more – The Guardian

Monday, June 01, 2015

David Cameron will on Monday pledge to bring forward his plans to double free childcare a year early – although a leading group of nurseries and other providers has warned that the scheme could end up costing many parents more. The prime minister will accelerate the proposals to increase free care from 15 to 30 hours a week for three- and four-year-olds, with pilots beginning from September 2016. Ahead of…

Akron Children’s Hospital Physicians survives growing pains, celebrates 20 … – Akron Beacon Journal

Monday, June 01, 2015

By Cheryl Powell Beacon Journal medical writer <!– REMOVED PER RON LEDGARD 2014 –> <!– –> <!– REMOVED PER RON LEDGARD 2014 –> <!– –> <!– var addthis_pub = ‘jim0266’; –> <!– –> <!– –> <!– –> <!––> <!– –> …

An Anthropological Approach To California’s Vaccination Problem – Huffington Post

Monday, June 01, 2015

By Tom Jacobs As we were reminded during California’s recent measles outbreak, a surprising number of well-educated people decide each year not to have their children immunized against an array of communicable diseases. Trying to discern why they make this dangerous decision is a priority for public health officials, and a perplexing puzzle to the rest of us. Newly published research shows that cultural anthropology can both help us understand…

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital is creating a large mosaic – WATE 6 On Your Side

Monday, June 01, 2015

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – East Tennessee Children’s Hospital is creating a large mosaic that will be placed in the new expansion of the hospital, but they need your help with the drawings. The mosaic is set to go up in the fall of 2016. “This is on a normal sheet of paper by then they will reduce down to a one inch square and incorporate that into a mosaic piece.  So…

Free childcare trials brought forward, PM to announce – BBC News

Monday, June 01, 2015

Currently, all three- and four-year-olds in England are entitled to 570 hours of free early education Trials of a scheme top double free childcare for working parents in England are to be brought forward a year to September 2016. Parents in some areas will be entitled to the extra childcare earlier as pilot schemes are rolled out. The government has also committed to better funding for the free places. But…

Young children being used for street crime, warns anti-slavery commissioner – The Guardian

Monday, June 01, 2015

Young children are being tasked with pickpocketing, shoplifting and begging on Britain’s streets in scenarios like those in Oliver Twist, the anti-slavery commissioner has warned. Kevin Hyland said young people who should be at school are being used as part of criminal operations in cities. The former Met detective was appointed in November to spearhead the government’s fight against modern slavery. In an interview with the Press Association he revealed…

Thousands of extra foster carers needed as more children enter care, says charity – The Guardian

Monday, June 01, 2015

More than 8,000 new foster carers will need to be recruited across the UK this year to meet the needs of the rising number of children coming into care, a charity has said. The Fostering Network found that one in four (25%) fostered teenagers were living with at least their fourth family in care, one in six (17%) with their fifth and one in 20 with their 10th. Around 52,500…

Judge halts order to return Kelly Rutherford’s children to the US – Entertainment Weekly (blog)

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Close (Janette Pellegrini/Getty Images) Posted May 29 2015 — 6:33 PM EDT Related Kelly Rutherford gets sole custody of kids Kelly Rutherford asks friends, fans to sign White House petition to bring back her children A judge has stalled a court order created last week that would reunite Kelly Rutherford with her children, who are currently in Monaco with her ex-husband. According to the Associated Press, family court Judge Maren E. Nelson’s decision will keep the Gossip…

An Anthropological Approach To California’s Vaccination Problem – Huffington Post

Sunday, May 31, 2015

By Tom Jacobs As we were reminded during California’s recent measles outbreak, a surprising number of well-educated people decide each year not to have their children immunized against an array of communicable diseases. Trying to discern why they make this dangerous decision is a priority for public health officials, and a perplexing puzzle to the rest of us. Newly published research shows that cultural anthropology can both help us understand…

Children’s Hospital Telethon: LaTonya sits down with Emmy – WDSU New Orleans

Sunday, May 31, 2015

LATANYA ALSO HAS TWO CHILDREN. SHE IS STANDING BY WITH SOMEONE SPECIAL, SPEAKING OF CHILDREN. LATONYA: CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL DO SO MUCH TO HELP SO MANY CHILDREN ARE COMMUNITY. AND ONE CHILD JUST TO NAME ONE PERSON IS EMMY RABELAIS. SHE IS HERE WITH US THIS MORNING. GOOD MORNING TO YOU. ALL RIGHT, SHE IS EIGHT YEARS OLD. NOW EMMY HAS A VERY INTERESTING STORY. YOU ARE BORN PREMATURELY AT 31…

Mass dog vaccination project aims to prevent child rabies – BBC News

Sunday, May 31, 2015

More than 100 children die from rabies every day around the world. The virus, transmitted through the saliva of infected people and animals, almost always proves fatal once symptoms begin to show. Studies have concluded that the easiest and most cost effective way to stop its spread is by vaccinating enough dogs – and one charity is doing just that. Mission Rabies started its campaign in India and is now…

Children’s Hospital Telethon returns to WDSU – WDSU New Orleans

Sunday, May 31, 2015

The annual Children’s Hospital Telethon is back on WDSU this weekend. This weekend, WDSU will proudly present our annual Children’s Hospital Telethon. More “The Children’s Miracle Network Telethon” raises hundreds of thousands of dollars each year for research and support of Children’s Hospital in New Orleans. This year, the telethon kicks off from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. It returns from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 2 p.m….

Judge halts order to return Kelly Rutherford’s children to the US – Entertainment Weekly (blog)

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Close (Janette Pellegrini/Getty Images) Posted May 29 2015 — 6:33 PM EDT Related Kelly Rutherford gets sole custody of kids Kelly Rutherford asks friends, fans to sign White House petition to bring back her children A judge has stalled a court order created last week that would reunite Kelly Rutherford with her children, who are currently in Monaco with her ex-husband. According to the Associated Press, family court Judge Maren E. Nelson’s decision will keep the Gossip…

The Right Somehow Still Hates Legos – Daily Beast

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Everything about “The Lego Movie” is awesomely communist, according to the senior U.S. senator from Wisconsin. On Thursday, The Huffington Post ran a story on Republican Senator Ron Johnson’s recent comments denouncing the PG-rated 2014 computer-animated family film. Johnson expressed distaste for liberal Hollywood’s tendency to make capitalists the bad guys, citing “The Lego Movie” as a prime example. The film, co-written and directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller,…

Report: Bruce Jenner to pose as woman for ‘Vanity Fair’ – USA TODAY

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Anonymous sources have told People and TMZ that the former Olympian will be shot by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair. Video provided by Newsy Newslook