Obesity is a healthy time bomb Childhood obesity is more dangerous!

Obesity in modern society is not only common in adults, but also in children. Parents do not realize how serious it is. It is not known that childhood obesity can cause a series of diseases, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, and severely affect the child’s development. The harm of obesity Obese children not…

Lay a healthy foundation for a child’s life

A significant change in children entering childhood (ages 6-12) is the beginning of formal systematic learning in schools, which gradually becomes the dominant activity for children. This is an important turning point in life, that is, from the individual family into a group of social transition, gradually familiar with the social environment, that is, the…

10% jump in child abuse cases in Switzerland

The number of child abuse cases in Switzerland rose again last year, to 1730 cases, an increase of 10 percent, according to data from the Swiss child protection organization SSP. The perpetrators are mainly family members-especially men. All of the 1730 registered child abuse cases came from 20 of the country’s 31 children’s hospitals, according…

Children who drink juices for breakfast are more likely to be obese

Children who drink juice for breakfast are 1.5 times more likely to be overweight or obese than those who don’t, and skipping breakfast also causes children to gain weight because it makes them more likely to snack, the Daily Mail reported on May 24. Parents should not give their children juice at breakfast, experts say.  Although…

Peer smoking is more “induced” in adolescents

Recently, the Cangzhou City Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Hebei Province released the results of a two-month survey on smoking in primary and secondary schools. The survey involved 2852 students in primary, middle and high schools. The age of the survey ranged from 9 to 16 years of age. The results showed that…

Poor sleep in children can lead to heart disease and type 2 diabetes

Lack of sleep can increase the risk of obesity among minors, according to a new British study.  To study the relationship between obesity in minors and sleep, British scientists analyzed the results of the past 42 trials. These trials involved 75000 children and adolescents under the age of 18 with an average follow-up period of three…