||Volume , Number 9
A report from the Center for Health and Health Care
in Schools on the policies, politics and financing of health programming
In This Issue
AAP Takes Stand on Marketing to Children and Adolescents
Unlimited advertising aimed at children is having health consequences and pediatricians and parents need to act, says a committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
A Revolution in Head Lice Treatment—It’s a Lot of Hot Air!
Researchers say 30 minutes of hot air kills both lice and eggs, and treatments could easily be administered by parents or school volunteers.
Surfing for Thinness: Where Adolescents Go for Eating Disorders Support
Internet sites that treat eating disorders as a life style choice are often a source of information for teenagers with health questions.
Thoughts on a Nursing Shortage
There is a shortage of nurses in the United States, but there are also a lot of myths about why the shortage exists and what to do about it.
Credits: Virginia Robinson, Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
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