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ASHA's 2019 School Health conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Oct. 2-4. We invite your organization to review the opportunities available for 2019 and to find a fit for the most effective way to...

source: ASHA

Your support of ASHA helps us achieve our mission to transform all schools into places where every student learns and thrives. Your donations — big or small — help make our mission possible by supporting special projects such as ASHA's School Violence Task Force...

source: ASHA

Most of us would agree that we want to encourage children to be physically active, get enough sleep, and keep their screen time at healthy levels. But did you know that this starts from birth? And, what is enough sleep for young children?...

source: Medical Xpress

A growing number of adolescents are going untreated for major depression nationwide over the past several years, warranting enhanced educational, policy and service capacity efforts, according to a new Rutgers University–Camden...

source: Medical Xpress

Brown-bag lunches give you control over what you eat and what your children eat, but studies show that these to-go meals need to be healthier. This is especially important for kids because their eating habits are developed during the preschool years. Recent studies have...

source: HealthDay News

A common rite of passage — having your wisdom teeth pulled — might be raising the risk of teens and young adults becoming addicted to opioids, a new study out Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests. Youngsters who are prescribed...

source: Gizmodo

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