June 2015


by on June 13, 2015

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Many children and adolescents find it difficult to swallow pills. A recent survey of close to 300 parents revealed that 30-40 % of children refused or rejected a pill or liquid medication; more than 50% of children were unable to swallow a standard size pill or small capsules. This becomes particularly problematic where there are […]

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by June 6, 2015 Monthly

Calorie counts posted on menus are considered by some public health experts to change behaviour. But do they really change behaviour in a significant way? What has research shown thus far—not only in adults, but also in children and youth? Are the studies robust enough to justify some jurisdiction’s decisions to mandate labeling? At a […]

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